Aberdeen Harbour is a principal energy sector marine base offering a wide range of unrivalled services to the decommissioning sector. With a strong local supply chain network Aberdeen Harbour is well positioned to safely support decommissioning activities of varying sizes and complexity, a fact that is borne out by over ten years of decommissioning project experience.
The existing port provides modern fully serviced quaysides, expansive laydown areas and a navigation channel with capacity to safely accommodate larger vessels that require a deeper draft.
Experience matters in the decommissioning sector, and Aberdeen Harbour is home to a wide range of specialist, certified and approved service companies offering a wide range of expertise including, but not limited to, safe receipt and handling of equipment, decontamination and cleaning services, waste handling & processing and recycling & re-use activities.
The proximity of the service companies is key to reducing the overall supply chain, thereby reducing overall decommissioning project costs.
From 2020 Aberdeen Harbour will be able to provide further support when the new deepwater port opens for business. The new port will provide additional deepwater berths and laydown facilities that will transform the ports capabilities across the energy sector, and will bring additional cost savings and efficiencies to shoreside operations.