These are all photos of the Thunder Horse, a BP (75%) and ExxonMobil (25%) joint venture drilling rig also in the Gulf of Mexico, about 150 miles southeast of New Orleans.
Imagine the payload of a ship designed to carry it. Imagine loading it. I couldn't see how they did it ... until I read "[The Blue Marlin] can ballast itself so that the central section is well under water, the semi-sub is then floated across it and the ballast pumped out to lift the rig clear of the water." I would love to see that!
Imagine the fuel used just to light them.
Here's a photo of the Thunder Horse listing after Hurricane Dennis in 2005. It wasn't hurricane damage that caused this, not directly, but "an incorrectly plumbed 6-inch length of pipe [that] allowed water to flow freely among several ballast tanks." I bet there was some finger-pointing going on there too.