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Largest Ship in the World Launched for Oil Industry


The Pieter Schelte can carry up to 48,000 ton and is intended to transport complete oil platforms. The ship was build in South-Korea on behalf of the Dutch offshore company Allseas and is now underway to Rotterdam to be completed. Price tag: more than one billion euro.

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Setback for the Pieter Schelte: the Russian government decided to cancel South Stream, a project carried out by the Pieter Schelte.

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