Designed and produced by beetroot, this beautiful book tells the remarkable story behind one of BP’s most unusual engineering challenges. It celebrates and commemorates the people who built, installed and commissioned a unique floating production vessel in some of the most extreme sea and weather conditions on the planet.
The 240 page memento went to all those involved, as well as to governments and commercial partners around the world, a powerful statement about the oil giant’s deep reserves of ingenuity and determination.
Renowned photographer Hamish Roots was commissioned for the book and produced some stunning photography.
The Skarv field is approximately 210 kilometres west of the Norwegian coast in water depths of approximately 350-450 metres. Discovered in 1998, the field has an estimated ultimate recovery of around 100 million barrels of oil and condensate and over 1.5 trillion cubic feet of rich gas.