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Oil Field NewsLetter (low volume)
09/14/09 @ 18:53
One morning I was on board a big semi-submersible rig in the Arctic Circle north and east of the Shetland Islands. We were fogged in and it was really thick. You had to cut it with a knife just to be able to talk through the fog. Now, that’s thick fog. The sea was flat without a wave anywhere. There was no wind. This is not a normal day by any stretch of the imagination.
The only thing that you could hear was the fog horns on passing ships and other drilling rigs in the area. “Beeeeee Oooooooo” was all you could hear. You couldn’t see past your nose. My Daddy called thick fog “duck soup”. I believe he brought that back from The War.
I went up on the drilling floor just to visit with the driller. Nothing was going on and it was really quiet. I asked the driller where the derrick man and assistant driller were. He told me that they were on smoke break and I asked where, I had just come from the break room and they weren’t there? Drill just pointed his finger up. I asked if it would be alright if I also went up to the crown to take a look. He said as long as he knew nothing about it, it would be just fine.
Climbing this derrick wasn’t any problem. The wind walls go past the boards and you climb inside the derrick. The fog didn’t clear until I was just feet below the crown and heard the derrick man freaking out. It was beautiful. The Crows Nest was just above the fog. You could see for miles and the air was cold, crisp and clear. I bet we could see the crowns of at least ten other drilling rigs in the area. Some of the rigs were in the Norwegian Sector and some in the Scottish Sector of the North Sea. I had seen fog like this in Holland before but not from the crown.
The derrick hand said that the Aurora Borealis had been quite active and that if possible we should try to come back up late tonight. These Scottish dudes all talked a little funny. We did go back up and witnessed the most spectacular light show on earth. Michael Jackson and his lasers couldn’t touch this. The vast darkness was freaky and mind boggling. I felt like I was out in space all alone in the dark night sky. No one ever gets to do things like this anymore.
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