This week’s EVOL kicks off with a discussion on harassment of women offshore, and the shocking stat that nearly 60% of female workers have experienced some form of catcalling in the UK North Sea.
Next, a story about political tensions in Chad after the country’s President was been killed in battle (!) with rebels, posing dilemmas for oil firms such as commodities trader Glencore.
Rounding us off, it’s a farewell to the Foinaven FPSO as the North Sea rustbucket icon leaves the station West of Shetland. There’s 200m barrels of oil left though, so what next for the namesake field?
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