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  1. Alexander Lange Kielland ( IPA: ɑlɛksɑndər ˈlɑŋːə ˈçɛlːɑn) ( 18 de febrero de 1849 – 6 de abril de 1906) fue uno de los escritores noruegos más famosos del siglo XIX Nace en el pueblo pesquero de Stavanger, Noruega en el seno de una rica familia de comerciantes. 1

  2. Beam. 99 m (325 ft) Alexander L. Kielland was a Norwegian semi-submersible drilling rig that, on 27 March 1980, capsized in the Ekofisk oil field in the North Sea, killing 123 people. The capsize was the worst disaster in Norwegian waters since the Second World War. The rig, located approximately 320 km east of Dundee, Scotland, was owned by ...

  3. Alexander Lange Kielland (1849 - 1906) was a Norwegian short-story writer, poet, and novelist, considered one of the foremost prose stylists of his era. Along with Henrik Ibsen, Bjornstjerne Bjornson, and Jonas Lie, Kielland is considered one of the De Fire Store or "The Four Greats" of Norwegian Literature.

    • The Wreck
    • Rescue Work
    • What Caused The Accident?
    • New Safety Measures
    • Inquiry and Righting
    • Witnessed Rescue Operation from Land

    Named for a well-known 19th century Stavanger novelist, Alexander L Kiellandhad originally been commissioned as a drilling rig by the Stavanger Drilling company. It was built to the French Pentagone design at France’s Companie Francaise d’Entreprises Metalliques (CFEM) yard in 1976. On Greater Ekofisk, the rig was used solely as a flotel and had be...

    Several factors hampered rescue efforts. Darkness fell quickly, and fog thickened. The south-westerly wind created wave heights of six-eight metres, combined with a strong current. Temperatures were 7°C in the air and only 4°C in the sea. So only the vessels which arrived first at the accident site had any realistic chance of rescuing survivors fro...

    The commission of inquiry into the Alexander L Kiellandaccident submitted its findings on 6 April 1981. On 2 April 1982, the Ministry of Local Government and Labour followed up with a White Paper. In Norwegian Official Reports (NOU) no 11 1981, the commission concluded that the accident was caused by a fatigue crack in one of the braces which held ...

    Immediately after the accident, the Norwegian Maritime Directorate demanded that all floating units off Norway should be taken to land as soon as possible and checked for cracks. Regulations were introduced which required that such floaters must remain buoyant even it one of its support columns came off – by making parts of the deck structure buoya...

    28 March 1980 – the government appoints a commission of inquiry into the Alexander L Kielland accident headed by district judge Thor Næsheim from Sandnes south of Stavanger.
    20 April 1980 – the flotel wreck is towed in from the field and moored in the Åmøy Fjord just north of Stavanger for more detailed investigation.
    7 August 1980 – Sweden’s Nicoverken and Structural Dynamics in the UK are commissioned to turn the unit right side up.
    Late August 1980 – the wreck is towed to the Gands Fjord off Stavanger, where plans call for the righting operation to take place.

    Lars B Takla was a chief engineer with Phillips when the Kielland accident occurred. He reports that one of his jobs was to participate in a sub-committee for emergency preparedness in a sort of forerunner to today’s Norwegian Oil and Gas Association. We had divided the North Sea into sectors, and this was a ’sector club’ where we collaborated acro...

  4. Alexander Kielland Al sumergirnos en la historia de la literatura noruega, encontramos entre los exponentes más destacados de todos los tiempos a Alexander Lange Kielland. Este autor, miembro de una próspera familia dedicada al rubro comercial, nació en la localidad de Stavanger el 18 de febrero de 1849.

  5. 19/11/2019 · In the evening hours of 27 March 1980, the semi-submersible oil drilling platform ‘Alexander L. Kielland’ was in the Ekofisk oil field, in the North Sea, offshore Norway, providing offshore accommodation for the production platform Edda 2/7C. Weather conditions were rainy and there was mist.