Scotoil Services Ltd, a specialist oil & gas service company in the UK has been awarded a number of Contracts worth over £2.5m for onshore waste management services.
The Aberdeen based company will provide the transportation, dismantling, recycling and disposal of over 5000 tonnes of subsea infrastructure recovered from decommissioning campaigns within the UKCS during 2017.
The recovered subsea equipment ranging from flexible risers, umbilical’s, spools, manifolds, mattresses to mid water arches shall be offloaded at Aberdeen & Peterhead Ports.
Scotoil Services have Permits and Licences in place at these strategic quayside locations to allow the acceptance and handling of structures, including NORM contaminated equipment and wastes.
At Peterhead Port, Scotoil Services have formed an alliance with NorSea Group (UK) at their deep water decommissioning facility located at Smith Quay. Both being leading service companies in the onshore decommissioning sector, have joined forces to become NSDecom.
Scotoil Services Managing Director Craig Smith said: “We are delighted to have been awarded these significant Contracts. Our quayside locations, licences and extensive range of services are ideal for subsea decommissioning campaigns”.
“Scotoil has been providing specialist decontamination and waste management services to the UK Oil & Gas Sector for over 35 years so we understand the level of expertise required to successfully deliver this type of Project”
“NSDecom offer a bespoke range of services meaning that we can deliver the entire onshore work scope for our client thus reducing the need for multiple supplier contracts.
”Within the UK decommissioning sector Scotoil already have significant experience having successfully completed previous onshore waste management work scopes for recovered subsea infrastructure.
Scotoil Services are owned by Tradebe, an international leading waste management company providing services for the treatment, recovery and recycling of waste. Tradebe manage 85 fixed plants in Europe, (Spain, UK and France), the United States and Oman with over 2000 employees worldwide.