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Can you remember where it originally came from?
The parts (with the exception of printed pieces) look like they are mostly still available pieces. However, a few actually are retired like the wing/wedge shaped bits.
It does look sealed, which is great. Rarer LEGO is selling for stupid money, so you should be able sell it pretty easily and for good money too - as to what that might be, it's a stab in the dark.
The parts don't look like they're worth much more than £25 to me but it's an extremely rare set and in a box so I'd guess you might easily get upwards of £65. I'm being cautious because it's niche and looks to be just a few hundred pieces, I also don't want to get your hopes up. I wouldn't be surprised if someone was willing to part with a small fortune for it.
Try the marketplace here and see what people offer you, if it's not what you were thinking, bung it on ebay as an auction, set a reserve see how it goes. If you sell on facebook, most groups insist you set a price. Any extra background info will help, some more photos would be good too.
I might be wrong on this. Good luck, it was interesting to see it :-)
In 2004 TLG produced an non-LEGO labeled set of one of their oil rig platforms in the North Sea.
These were never meant to be sold to the public (no LEGO logo and no set number), so they are an unusual LEGO item.
Every once in a while TLG produces a non-LEGO labeled set for other companies to use as an in-house set, without LEGO identification or number, such as this 2000s era Philips scanner set.
This is an older LEGOLAND Billund post card showing the quite intricate DONG oil rig.
Interesting set, but as for the 2 oil rigs, I prefer the DONG oil rig model better. ;-)