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3.5


The field is developed by a single central combined drilling and production platform. The Magnus jacket is the largest single piece steel structure in the North Sea. It was designed, manufactured and installed by John Brown Offshore. The original system also included seven subsea producing wells which were later turned around to water injection duty.

The produced oil is transported by a 91-kilometre (57 mi) long 24-inch (610 mm) pipeline to the Ninian Central platform, and further to the Sullom Voe Terminal. Produced natural gas from Magnus, together with gas from the Thistle and Murchison fields, is transported by a 79-kilometre (49 mi) long 20-inch (510 mm) pipeline to Brent A and further through the FLAGS to St Fergus in Aberdeenshire. More Information

Discovered 1978
First Production 1983


Food

3.5

Cleanliness

4

Internet

3

Recreation Room(s)

4.5

Cabins

4.5

Bond

3

Gym

3


Total Ratings: 13


7 User Rated Reviews


5 star

29%

4 star

43%

3 star

29%

2 star

0%

1 star

0%

 
Gasman
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Cabins are good but cut backs affecting food quality, prisoners get better food. Internet is rubbish if you try video chatting

Leigh
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Bond is expensive. So don’t bother buying deodorant or shower gel. I now prefer the natural smell of a man

ZP
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This place is so great I never want to go home!!!

pie man
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food is great

Fonzy
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Food in board was ace, rec room with plenty of space and pool tables to keep everyone going, cracking cinema room and sauna, small gym but has everything.

3rd party guy
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Great Rec rooms and rooms are newly done up. “The shadow” made my trip more enjoyable.

Leigh
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The food is great. I’m on 4 meals a day now and still growing.