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13 Mär 2023

Complex Drilling Works Trust,
Complex Drilling Works Trust

Complex Drilling Works Trust response

Regarding your inquiry, we would like to inform that the relevant report alleging that the CDWT workers spent 15 hours getting to and from the mainland to work doesn’t reflect the truth. In this regard, it takes 1-2 hours by service bus for CDWT employees to get to and from the onshore areas, 35-40 minutes to get to and from offshore platforms by helicopter, and 1.25 to 2.45 hours by vessels, depending on the distance of workplace. We can confirm that these travel times are within industry standards and regulations.

At CDWT, we take the safety and well-being of our employees seriously and ensure that all workers are provided with safe and comfortable transportation to and from their workplaces.