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UK offshore decommissioning costs drop

The estimated costs of decommissioning of offshore oil and gas installation in the UK have fallen, the UK Oil and ...

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First North Sea decom awards to be held in May

Decom North Sea has launched the first industry awards to be dedicated to decommissioning.

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Woodmac: Offshore decom in APAC region could cost $100B

Decommissioning of nearly 2,600 platforms and 35,000 wells in the Asia Pacific region could cost over $100 billion.

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Scottish gov't offers over $2M in decom grants

The Scottish Government’s Decommissioning Challenge Fund has offered six projects a share of £1.5 million in funds.

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Premier orders feasibility study for decom ops

OPT has signed an agreement with Premier Oil to study the feasibility of using the PB3 PowerBuoy for decom ops in ...

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Repsol aiming to cease Rev field production by April 2020

Spanish oil company Repsol has filed an application to remove the export pipeline and umbilical of the Rev field, ...

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New guidance launched to help plan decommissioning

An industry workgroup has issued new guidance that will help companies plan decommissioning more efficiently, Oil ...

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RGU launches world-first decom simulator

Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University (RGU) has launched a world-first decommissioning simulator to service the ...

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Port of Blyth targets decom market

UK's Port of Blyth has announced a move into the offshore decommissioning market following confirmation of a ...

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OGA gets new head of decommissioning

UK’s offshore oil and gas industry regulator, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), has named a new head of ...

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Ex-Quadrant man to head Xodus decom division

Engineering company Xodus Group has appointed a new decommissioning director to lead the company’s decom division. ...

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New North Sea decom firm makes its first buy

Well-Safe Solutions, a specialist well abandonment company, has acquired Intervention Project Management (IPM) for ...

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Murchison removed 2 years ahead of schedule

Murchison removed 2 years ahead of schedule

Heerema Marine Contractors has completed the removal of the Murchison platform in the UK North Sea. The company was ...

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OGA seeks to cut decom costs by 35%

UK’s industry regulator Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has provided a new cost estimate for offshore oil and gas ...

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Decom plan for Dunlin subsea infrastructure submitted

Fairfield Energy, a late-life asset and decommissioning operator, has submitted its draft decommissioning programs ...

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Arrival of Brent Delta to shore 'imminent'

Able UK, a specialist for decommissioning and disposal of offshore oil and gas structures, has said that the ...

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Decom plan for Ninian North submitted

Oil and gas company Canadian Natural Resources (CNR) has submitted a draft of a decommissioning plan for its Ninian ...

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Dundee targets decom market with new quayside

Scotland’s Port of Dundee has awarded a construction contract to Southbay Civil Engineering for a new ...

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OGA recruiting volunteers for well P&A optimization program

UK’s Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has begun a search for operators to voluntarily participate in a multi-operator, ...

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Scottish supply chain 'set to benefit' from new decom fund

Scottish government has launched a new £5 million ($6.2M) fund that will provide opportunities for the supply chain ...

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Kishorn Port eyes slice of the cake in decom market

Kishorn Port, located on the north west coast of Scotland, has invested around £500,000 ($607,000) in its dry dock, ...

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