During the past year, some 400 workers at a shipyard on Seattle’s Harbor Island have been installing new diesel engines, welding bulkheads, painting and tackling other tasks to prepare the Kulluk, a Shell Oil rig, for drilling holes this summer in the sea bottom off Alaska’s North Slope.
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Business, Pages 63 on 06/24/2012
Print Headline: Oil-drilling rig getting prepared for job in Arctic