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Bitesize Decom

January 2019 Bitesize Decom

The Bitesize Decom series of events have a strong focus on the latest late-life and decommissioning updates, upcoming plans and opportunities from operators and contractors and key case studies.

Decom North Sea knows it is imperative that those who need to understand the decommissioning market are equipped with the knowledge and tools with which to make the most of an industry whose UK spend alone is forecast at an estimated £17 billion over the next decade (Oil & Gas UK Decommissioning Insight Report 2017). This is a significant commercial opportunity for the supply chain, in particular those companies offering cost-efficient solutions which could help restore competitiveness to the basin.

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This Bitesize Decom event will include presentations from Aberdeen Harbour Board and Schlumberger with more to be confirmed

  • Aberdeen Harbour Board
  • Schlumberger
Aberdeen Harbour Board

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.  

Schlumberger

Schlumberger is the world's largest supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions to customers working in the oil and gas industry worldwide.

The Schlumberger Integrated Well Abandonment (IWA) service offers an integrated approach to well abandonment—from single-well to multiwell platforms. The IWA service uses the extensive range of Schlumberger technologies and integrates third-party services where appropriate.

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