EXPIRED - DO NOT PUBLISH Threading an Oil Pipe 3,000 Feet Beneath the Ocean Floor

The brief is simple: Plunge a 22-inch-diameter casing pipe through a wider 36-inch conductor pipe 3,000 feet underneath the bottom of the ocean. The crew of Maersk Viking makes the painstaking maneuver with delicacy. (2:13)

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