Installing Massive Machinery on the Seafloor Is Incredibly Dicey

Lowering a massive compressor 984 feet down onto the seafloor isn't easy, even for a ship the size of North Sea Giant. For starters, each single yard of steel used to lower it weighs over 100 lbs. (3:02)

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