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The Douglas Complex is a system of three linked platforms in the Irish Sea off the North Wales coast. The complex consists of the wellhead platform, which drills into the seabed, a processing platform and an accommodation platform, which is composed of living quarters for the crew. This accommodation module was formerly the Morecambe Flame jack-up drilling rig.

The Douglas Complex is also the control hub for other platforms in the area, and provides power for all platforms. It also offers recreational, catering and medical facilities for up to 80 personnel. Oil from the Lennox, Hamilton, and Hamilton North unmanned satellite platforms is received and blended at the complex. More Information

Discovered 1990
First Production 1996


Food

3

Cleanliness

3.5

Internet

2

Recreation Room(s)

3.5

Cabins

3

Bond

3.5

Gym

3


Total Ratings: 9


3 User Rated Reviews


5 star

0%

4 star

0%

3 star

33%

2 star

0%

1 star

67%

 
Ken Boon
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What a place, absolute shambles. However this isnt surprising looking at the standard of operators they employ. There is one big fat goofy idiot that could barely use a torch never mind a spanner. The same goon managed to put petrol into his brand new diesel Jaguar. Is this the type of guy you want in looking of your safety on a gas producing platform ?????

Altrad1
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Food was terrible. One of the party found metal shards in his pizza.

Beds were uncomfortable and hallowed out.

Showers were very unclean.

Will not return

James Sharpe
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Pretty nice.