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B2451 Model, 'Brent 'C' offshore oil rig and production platform', 1:100 scale, for Shell UK Exploration and Production Ltd, plastic / wood / metal / textile, made by Matthew Hall Engineers Ltd, United Kingdom, c.1970- c.1979. Click to enlarge.

Brent C offshore oil rig and production platform model

Made
Oil rig model, model of offshore oil rig & drilling platform, manufacturer's model used in the design of topside production facilities for Shell UK Exploration and Production Ltd, Australia, [1970s]

Summary

Object No.

B2451

Object Statement

Model, 'Brent 'C' offshore oil rig and production platform', 1:100 scale, for Shell UK Exploration and Production Ltd, plastic / wood / metal / textile, made by Matthew Hall Engineers Ltd, United Kingdom, c.1970- c.1979

Physical Description

Oil rig model, model of offshore oil rig & drilling platform, manufacturer's model used in the design of topside production facilities for Shell UK Exploration and Production Ltd, Australia, [1970s]

Dimensions

Height

2280 mm

Width

1430 mm

Depth

1410 mm

Production

Notes

The model was made by UK-based company Matthew Hall Pty Ltd.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Matthew Hall Pty Ltd, 1982

Acquisition Date

14 July 1982

Cite this Object

Harvard

Brent C offshore oil rig and production platform model 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 November 2020, <https://ma.as/212236>

Wikipedia

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