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Abstract

Safety and availability of offshore drilling and production platforms are of considerable concern to the oil industry. Risk analyses are applied to an increasing extent as a means of providing a sound basis for decision making. Despite the considerable interest in risk and reliability engineering studies for offshore systems, no authenticated source of failure information existed for offshore installations, before 1985. It was necessary to resort to generic data from onshore petroleum plants and data from other industries.

Keywords

Offshore Drilling Failure Information Offshore Industry Offshore Installation Reliability Data Collection 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 1986

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  • A. Leroy

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