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Largest Ship in the World Launched for Oil Industry

Pieter-Schelte

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.

[reuters.com] – Giant catamaran to carry worn out North Sea oil rigs ashore
[popularmechanics.com] – The Biggest Ship in the World Tears Down Abandoned Oil Rigs

[nieuwsbladtransport.nl] – ‘Pieter Schelte’ verliest grote klus

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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