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The Clair Field is the largest oilfield on the UKCS, with an estimated 7-8 bn boe HCIIP. The field is located some 75 km West of the Shetland Islands, was discovered in 1977, but challenging reservoir characteristics and the technological limits of the time meant it was the mid-1990's before the field saw extensive drilling and 2001 before  BP and partners approved a development plan. More Information

Status Producing
Discovered 1977
First Production 2005


Food

4.5

Cleanliness

5

Internet

5

Recreation Room(s)

3.5

Cabins

4

Bond

4.5

Gym

4


Total Ratings: 4


3 User Rated Reviews


5 star

33%

4 star

33%

3 star

33%

2 star

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1 star

0%

 
Kevin timney
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Kiwi best chef in the North Sea food amazing big jocks salads second too none best place too work cabins good and excellent Wi-fi too

Dundee dode
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Rigs not too bad in general, food is reasonable but depends on the chef.

Gym is passable for the cardio side of things but wattbike can do with a bit of work.

Rooms are decent enough but if you’re on days you’ll be sharing with someone on the same shift.

Chris Fleming
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Good rig alot of stairs but benefits from a lift in the accommodation only also sells cigarettes at the bond which takes cards.