Yoga on the helideck is just one of the ways workers pass their free time on the largest offshore vessel ever constructed.
Shell has released a video of its Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility off the coast of Western Australia.
The footage shows operations on board the giant ship, as well as the teams of staff across the supply chain involved in the project.
The vessel stretches out the length of four football fields end to end and reached a major milestone last month when first LNG was shipped from the facility.
Prelude will produce 3.6million tonnes of LNG, 1.3million tonnes of condensate and 400,000 tonnes liquefied petroleum gas per year, with capacity to hold the same amount of liquid as 175 Olympic-sized swimming pools.