Following member feedback, Decom North Sea has created a series of Bitesize Decom Events, an evolution from our previous Lunch and Learn events. This will add value to our delegates by having a stronger 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.
This Bitesize Decom event will include presentations from; TAQA, Ampelmann and Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd (SEA).
Taqa Bratani Ltd
Through technology and expertise TAQA has optimised its production whilst maintaining health and safety standards and minimising environmental impact.
TAQA has built a strong portfolio of oil and gas assets and has operations in North America, the UK North Sea, Netherlands and Kurdistan region of Iraq.
The company's oil and gas business includes exploration, development and production of crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids, as well as natural gas storage, oil and gas processing and transport.
In an ever-changing market, Ampelmann is committed to providing the best access solutions for people and cargo transfer. They have changed the world of offshore access in terms of safety, efficiency and reliability.
Everyday Ampelmann is active all over the world, ensuring our customers’ people can walk to work safely. With a track record of more than 4 million safe people transfers, more than 6.2 million kg cargo transfers and 200 projects worldwide, they have an established presence in every major oil, gas and offshore wind market
Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd (SEA)
Decommissioning presents opportunities and challenges to the Oil and Gas industry. Through promotion of our Legacy Locker initiative, SEA has identified an opportunity that is not yet being considered. Reuse is a key aspect of the circular economy, and currently, our experience is that Decom projects are stopping at recycling. The industry is missing the opportunity to reuse valuable equipment to help keep our legacy assets producing.
This session will offer the opportunity for attendees to maximise their networking with key players from across the decommissioning sector and Decom North Sea will continue to connect capability with opportunity by organising the popular facilitated introductions for our member companies.
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