Atlantis production platform operated by bp in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Shenzi platform operated by BHP in the Gulf of Mexico.
Shenzi platform operated by BHP in the Gulf of Mexico.

Juniper platform operated by BPTT in Trinidad.
Juniper platform operated by BPTT in Trinidad.

Ocean Victory semi-submersible drillship operated by Diamond Offshore Drilling in the Atlantic.
Ocean Victory semi-submersible drillship operated by Diamond Offshore Drilling in the Atlantic.

Shenzi platform operated by BHP in the Gulf of Mexico.
Shenzi platform operated by BHP in the Gulf of Mexico.

Production platform operated by Kosmos and Trident in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa.
Production platform operated by Kosmos and Trident in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa.

Horn Mountain production platform operated by Occidental Petroleum in the Gulf of Mexico.
Horn Mountain production platform operated by Occidental Petroleum in the Gulf of Mexico.

Mahogany A gas platform operated by BPTT in Trinidad.
Mahogany A gas platform operated by BPTT in Trinidad.

Production platform operated by Kosmos and Trident in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa.
Production platform operated by Kosmos and Trident in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa.

Drillship DS3 (operated by ENSCO when the photo was taken). Currently owned by Valaris and was drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
Drillship DS3 (operated by ENSCO when the photo was taken). Currently owned by Valaris and was drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

Ocean Black Lion drillship operated by Diamond Offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.
Ocean Black Lion drillship operated by Diamond Offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.

Atlantis production platform operated by bp in the Gulf of Mexico.
Atlantis production platform operated by bp in the Gulf of Mexico.

Photos courtesy of Marc Morrison Photography ©2021
www.MarcMorrison.com

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