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Animation of Geoff Bollands' and Roy Carey's movement on Piper Alpha after explosion Simulation 00:13
Blueprint of oil flow between oil rigs, Piper Alpha, and the shore Blueprint 00:13
Dramatization of pump A being restarted on Piper Alpha and the eplosion Dramatization 03:03

Collapse of piper alpha (simulation)
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(2009),
Source: www.youtube.com
A video simulation of the collapse of Piper Alpha, uploaded on youtube on June 9, 2009.
(2009),
Source: www.youtube.com
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Disaster, Spiral to Disaster: Piper Alpha
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written by British Broadcasting Corporation; produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 30 mins
This documentary provides an inside look into the events leading up to the 1988 Piper Alpha oil rig explosion, an event that claimed 167 lives.
written by British Broadcasting Corporation; produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 30 mins
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An Engineer's View of Human Error
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written by Trevor Kletz, 1922-2013 (New York, NY: Taylor and Francis Group, 2001, originally published 2001), 281 page(s)
This book addresses some of the common human errors that lead to engineering disasters.
written by Trevor Kletz, 1922-2013 (New York, NY: Taylor and Francis Group, 2001, originally published 2001), 281 page(s)
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Infamous Places, 29, Crystal Palace and the Piper Alpha Rig
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produced by Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Infamous Places, 29 (Geelong, Victoria: World Wide Entertainment, 2007, originally published 2007), 5 mins
This documentary features a brief history of London's Crystal Palace (which burned down in 1996 after an accidental fire), as well as the 1988 explosion aboard the Piper Alpha, an offshore drilling platform in the North Sea.
produced by Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Infamous Places, 29 (Geelong, Victoria: World Wide Entertainment, 2007, originally published 2007), 5 mins
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Offshore Disaster-Explosion of 'piper alpha in North Sea 167 dead
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(2010),
Source: www.youtube.com
A video uploaded on youtube on July 1, 2010, showing primary footage of the Piper Alpha explosion.
(2010),
Source: www.youtube.com
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Piper Alpha Disaster: Legal and Financial Implications
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produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 1988), 20 secs
Report on the oil market in New York and London.
produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 1988), 20 secs
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Piper Alpha Disaster: Rescue Diver Talks of Events
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produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 1988), 2 mins
A rescue diver answers questions about the Piper Alpha rig explosion and what they did to save the people on the rig.
produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 1988), 2 mins
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Piper Alpha Fire: Compensation
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produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 1988), 1 min
Mark Webster reports on the case for the compensation needed for the victims of the Piper Alpha rig explosion.
produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 1988), 1 min
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Piper Alpha: Fire in the Night
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produced by Anthony Wonke, Berriff McGinty Films and STV Productions (London, England: Digital Rights Group, 2013), 1 hour 29 mins
Documentary chronicling the tragic events that occurred in the North Sea on board the Piper Alpha rig in July 1988, in what was the world's deadliest offshore oil disaster. It was a cataclysm that killed 167 men and left only 61 survivors. Emotional testimonies, archive footage and dramatic reconstructions show h...
produced by Anthony Wonke, Berriff McGinty Films and STV Productions (London, England: Digital Rights Group, 2013), 1 hour 29 mins
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Piper Alpha: Human Price of Oil
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written by British Broadcasting Corporation; produced by Charles Furneaux (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 42 mins
Located 120 miles off the Scottish coast, the Piper Alpha oil rig experienced one of the world's deadliest explosions on July 6, 1988. The disaster claimed the lives of 167 people.
written by British Broadcasting Corporation; produced by Charles Furneaux (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 42 mins
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