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The lads offshore making the most of another Christmas offshore
Today, Dada G shared his views Energy cooperation: Pakistan, Azerbaijan close to signing oil, gas deal. Pakistan and Azerbaijan are likely to sign an oil and gas trade deal during the visit of Azerbaijan’s president at the end of the current month. Following the signing of an inter-governmental agreement for energy cooperation, the two sides will also explore a commercial contract to execute the proposed oil and gas trade deal. The two countries have already agreed on a draft government-to-government agreement for the energy sector and the cabinet has endorsed the draft. Foreign Affairs and Law and Justice Divisions have also cleared the draft from political and legal points of view. Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev will arrive in Pakistan on February 26. “Azerbaijan has offered expo...
What You Need To Know: ✅ Mehriban Alieva, the wife of Azerbaijan's president Ilham Aliev was recently appointed as the country's Vice President–a position created by the referendum in 2016; ✅ "People do understand that this is not a democracy;" ✅ Azerbaijan's constitution has been changed three times in the last fifteen years to ensure that power stays in the family; ✅ "The world has been tolerating all these anti-democratic moves of the government...So why would Ilham Aliev not do that if the world is silent?" Mehriban Alieva, the wife of Azerbaijan's president Ilham Aliev was recently appointed as the country's Vice President–a position created by the referendum in 2016. While some citizens have protested the de jure monarchy in the country, investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova ...
The extended version of my offshore video in Azerbaijan.
Neft Daşları (also known as the Oil Rocks) is an industrial settlement in Baku, Azerbaijan. It lies 100 km (62 mi) away from the Azerbaijani capital Baku, and 55 km (34 mi) from the nearest shore in the Caspian Sea. A full town on the sea, it was the first oil platform in Azerbaijan, and the first operating offshore oil platform in the world, incorporating numerous drilling platforms. The settlement began with a single path out over the water and grew into a system of paths and platforms built on the back of ships sunk to serve as the Neft Daşları's foundation. The most distinctive feature of Neft Daşları is that it is actually a functional city with a population of about 2,000 and over 300 km (190 mi) of streets built on piles of dirt and landfill.
19,000 tonnes of jacket, 7,000 tonnes of piles and 20,000 tonnes of topsides. All completed in 2013. Unofficial video by a budding installation engineer; professional video also available on youtube. West Chirag PDQ Operator: BP (on behalf of AIOC) Installation contractor: Saipem Music by Deadmau5
At work on an offshore oil rig in Azerbaijan. Rig life. This video gives people that have never been on a rig a taste of what it is like.
If you nothig to do in your live, come to Azerbaijan (British Petroleum country) and see this, were NATO expen your tax money for that. All types of muddy volcanoes are in BP country of Azerbaijan: active and extinct, high and low, gripfone, submarine, oil and others. BPAzerbaijan gains first place in the world. Sure, you change your live, afther see that, garantide. via Pixelpipe
Azerbaijan—a nation of Turkic Muslims—has been an independent republic since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Despite a cease-fire, in place since 1994, Azerbaijan has yet to resolve its conflict with Armenia over the Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh enclave (largely populated by Armenians). Azerbaijan has lost almost 20 percent of its territory and must support some 750,000 refugees and internally displaced persons as a result of the conflict. Corruption is ubiquitous and the promise of widespread wealth from Azerbaijan's undeveloped petroleum resources remains largely unfulfilled. Despite its long history of producing oil, Azerbaijan still possesses considerable oil and gas deposits. Today, four off-shore oilfields produce the lion's share of Azerbaijan's output: "Guneshli," which ...
The Guests: Dr. Vugar Bayramov, Chairman of the CESD, Dr. Elchin Suleymanov, Baku Engineering University, Dr. Orkhan Baghirov, Expert Advisor, SAM, Dr. Khatai Aliyev, Baku Engineering University, Ilham Ali Yusif, British Council Azerbaijan, Surkay Novruzov, NPC Agro Consulting and Engineering.