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Decom Directory

The aim of the Decom Directory is to provide a comprehensive directory of suppliers with validated capabilities mapped by key activities in each of the major decommissioning categories.  This enables buyers, and others in the sector to rapidly, and with confidence, identify all potential suppliers in each distinct aspect of decommissioning from planning to execution. 

The directory captures the capability of supply chain companies across 17 defined decommissioning activities aligned to Oil & Gas UK’s Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). It is a searchable database, with the ability to sort and filter by activity and verified capability i.e. case studies, accreditation, as well as location and other attributes. The current directory has been developed by a Special Interest Group within the Decommissioning Leadership Group (SIG DLG).  See below for the background to its evolution. 

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Background

In 2016 the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) developed an initiative to create a decommissioning directory specifically for the East of England, based on a concept originated by Great Yarmouth Borough Council.

Recognising the importance of providing visibility for the decommissioning supply chain, Decom North Sea partnered with Scottish Enterprise and the Oil & Gas Authority to progress the original concept to develop a resource applicable to the whole of the UK.   In doing so, Decom North Sea acknowledge the support of NOF Energy, Furness Economic Development Forum (FEDF), International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC), East of England Energy Group (EEEGR), First Point Assessment Limited (FPAL) and Energy Industries Council (EIC), each of whom kindly requested their members to submit a company profile for inclusion in the directory.


For further information contact: projects@decomnorthsea.com

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