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This review is a comprehensive study, with 172 repairs recorded and it builds on an earlier 1982 review. It covers repairs on fixed steel platforms, concrete gravity platforms, articulated or compliant structures, floating production facilities, sub-sea structures, pipelines and flowlines. The data is analysed in various ways including cumulative total of platforms by construction material per installation year, cumulative repairs per national sector population, frequency of repairs per structure year versus water depth, causes of damage, repair types, number of repairs versus structure age and reported costs. The report also contains conclusions and makes recommendations based on the findings. Content: Front Matter • List of Illustrations • List of Tables • Summary • Table of Contents • 1. Introduction 2. Scope and Methodology 3. Structural Repairs and Strengthening on the North West European Continental Shelf • 4. The Discovery of Damage on the North West European Continental Shelf 5. Causes of Damage to Structures on the North West European Continental Shelf 6. Repair Systems Used on Steel Structures Located on the North West European Continental Shelf • 7. The Effect of Structure Age and the Performance of Existing Repairs • 8. Repairs to Concrete Structures Located on the North West European Continental Shelf • 9. Non-European Structural Repairs and Strengthening • 10. Costs and Timescales of Structural Repairs 11. Pipeline Repairs and Strengthening on the North West European Continental Shelf 12. Lessons Learnt from Completed Repair Work on the North West European Continental Shelf • 13. Conclusions - Structural Repairs • 14. Conclusions - Pipeline Repairs • 15. Recommendations • References Appendices
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Hørdum station is a railway station serving the small railway town of Hørdum in Thy, Denmark.
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