Incident on Petronius IV (Part 3) By TheGM on September 17, ... “By the time I got back on my feet, the shuttle did a hard break, spun its tale to face the platform, and dropped its ramp. The vessel was pushed towards the platform and raptured platform’s gas exporting risers. The company said its two remaining platforms, Genesis and Petronius, did not appear to have been damaged. April 8, 2020, 1:00 PM UTC. Typhoon, a $250 million tension leg platform, was operating in … Here is a list of rig accidents over the years. $122,000,000: 10. Along with impressive height, when the platform moved over land into the North Sea in 1996 in a seven-day process, it became the largest object to ever be moved by man across the earth. 22 people lost their lives. Luke Sharrett / Bloomberg via Getty Images file. Accident date: 27th of July 2005. 1993: Explosion and fire destroyed a platform control room and damaged adjacent platforms on Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela, with eleven fatalites. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) said on Tuesday that it was conducting an investigation into the fatality. A deepwater oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico. The automatic pipe spinner would not spin the pipe properly because of … The cost was estimated to be around 116 million US dollars. Deaths: 22 We hustled aboard in seconds, and the pilot starting rising before the ramp door shut. It is no use I tell you to be honest on your CV, but I don't reveal all the things that could happen. Petronius A In 1998, a crane load line broke while lifting the south topside module of the Petronius platform, dropping the module into the Gulf of Mexico. The platform caught fire after collision with a multipurpose support vessel. An offshore worker has died on a Gulf of Mexico offshore platform operated by Energy Resource Technology (ERT), a subsidiary of Talos. The leaked gas was ignited and platform was set on fire also damaging the vessel. Remarks:The Ensco 86 rig was in the process of tripping pipe at approximately 11:30 a.m. on March 31, 1998, when an accident occurred on the rig floor.The injured crewman was part of the rig crew. In 1998, a crane load line broke while lifting the south topside module of the Petronius platform, dropping the module into the Gulf of Mexico. Continental shelf platform construction, such as the construction of the Petronius compliant tower giving rise to this action, is explicitly included within the OCSLA definition of “development.” 43 U.S.C. $116,000,000 § 1331(l ); Laredo Offshore Constructors, Inc. v. Hunt Oil Co., 754 F.2d … Since 1999 more than 60 people have been killed as a result of wire ropes breaking and more than 65 associated injuries. By Larrison Campbell. Petronius is a deepwater compliant tower platform owned 50 percent by Texaco (operator) and 50 percent by Marathon Oil Company.