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Oil platform

Oil platform

A long pipe in the centre of the tower penetrates the ocean bed until it reaches the layer that contains oil.

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oil rig, petroleum, natural gas, hydrocarbon, oil well, crude oil formation, natural gas formation, seabed, oil deposit, fossil, energy source, mining, energy, sea, raw material, technology, geography

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