Decom North Sea’s annual Awards and Conference will be taking place virtually, with the Decom Awards ceremony being held on 25th August and Decom Offshore Conference being held on 26th and 27th August.
The virtual event will continue to connect capability with opportunity across the oil and gas decommissioning sector and will provide a valuable opportunity to meet potential clients and enrich your decommissioning knowledge.
The Awards Ceremony and Conference will be free for Decom North Sea members and students to attend. Charges apply for companies not members of Decom North Sea and a reduced rate for Strategic Partners.
The only awards dedicated to decommissioning excellence in the oil and gas industry, the 2020 ceremony will celebrate the leading companies and people in decommissioning.
Winners will be announced at the virtual Decom North Sea Awards ceremony, taking place on Tuesday 25th August 2020 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
We are delighted to announce the finalists of the 2020 awards are:
Luis Batalla is Head of Decommissioning at Repsol Sinopec Resources UK and has more than 20 years’ experience in the International Oil and Gas Industry.
Since he started his career as process engineer, he has been holding leadership project management positions in both Oil and Gas Operator and Contractor side internationally both in Offshore and Onshore environments
Luis joined Repsol in 2005 and since then has held roles of increasing responsibility. Prior to arriving in the UK in 2016, he was Facilities Engineering Manager for an Ultra Deepwater development in Brazil for 4 years. He has published several papers on ultradeepwater development as well as in decommissioning. He holds a degree in Chemical Engineering and is married with one chid.
After 5 years living in the Granite City they consider themselves Aberdonians !...despite the accent
A MSc Petroleum Engineering graduate from Imperial College in 1984, Neil has worked in all project phases of the upstream oil and gas business for operators bp, Lasmo and Eni in a variety of technical and managerial roles. From 2018 Neil has been the Project Manager responsible for the Liverpool Bay Area within Eni UK’s Decommissioning and Renewable Projects department, working on Energy Transition, and preparation for decommissioning.
Dr Richard Brooks began the role of Director of Decommissioning at OPRED in December 2019. A role that he previously held between 2010 and 2013. In the interim period, Richard worked with OPRED’s Offshore Inspectorate leading more than 100 offshore environmental inspections and investigations. Previously, Richard was Head of Business Development for offshore wind at DECC and Head of Knowledge Transfer at the Office of Science and Technology. Prior to this he spent a number of years in the private sector working in the automotive and aerospace sectors. Richard began his career at the TUV NEL carrying out research within the materials technology area. Richard is an engineering graduate with an MBA from Imperial College.
Sylvia is the Supply Chain manager within the Oil and Gas Authority’s (OGA) People Directorate. Her role includes working with operators and supply chain companies to maximise prosperity from the entire value chain of oil and gas from new projects through to decommissioning and is responsible for developing and setting up initiatives to provide more market visibility to the supply chain.
Sylvia has developed a wide network of contacts through Government and industry engagement, including sectoral and regional trade associations, which is essential for fostering collaboration between companies and more widely within the sector. Prior to her OGA role she was a manager in the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) pilot and industry development team and was responsible for ministerial briefings and speeches working closely with DECC and Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Ministers.
Bill has been involved in the promotion of oil and gas expertise and the UK supply chain for nearly 20 years and has extensive knowledge across the sector. During this period he administered and actively participated on the Government/Industry forum PILOT where many of the enabling initiatives for the sector were developed. Currently Bill is Head of Supply Chain at the Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) where he is tasked with promoting and growing a competitive and competent service sector. This covers the entire spectrum from exploration through to decommissioning and in doing so promote a supply chain which can compete on a global basis and win significant value for the UK economy.
Bill’s role includes working with oil operators and supply chain companies as well as other stakeholders and public bodies including: the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, the Department for International Trade and Scottish Enterprise to successfully deliver MER UK.
Bill is a chartered surveyor and joined the Energy Department 20 ago after working in the Scottish Executive's Rural Affairs Department. His efforts in promoting the oil and gas supply chain were recognised in 2015 when he was awarded an OBE.
John Cox is an international offshore Project Manager with over 35 years’ experience within the oil and gas industry.
John has a track record of orchestrating the full project life cycle from inception to completion and within integrated PMC (Project Management Consultancy) / EPIC (Engineering, Procure, Install, Construct) contractors.
Experience has included the construction, conversion, refit and upgrade of various types of platform and FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading), as well as installation, hook-up and commissioning and decommissioning projects.
John has worked around the world including the North Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, Trinidad and Tobago and the Gulf of Mexico.
Since 2015 John has been the Global decommissioning lead in Advisian (Worley consultancy) and Worley hydrocarbons decommissioning and restorations group.
John is also on the Board of Decom North Sea Decommissioning Leadership Group
Richard is Aberdeen born and bred, a self-confessed technical geek. Richard’s technical career saw him progress from a trainee technician position to senior engineer over a 14-year period in the subsea control systems environment. More commercial and customer facing roles followed, before Richard set up his own additive manufacturing business. His extensive experience in additive manufacturing, prototyping and 3d based design saw him carrying out projects for some of Aberdeen’s most high-profile companies. After hours Richard enjoys motorsport, spending way too much time on an ‘80s sports car, and although he’d never admit it, indulging in his guilty pleasure – history of science.
Jan-Erik Eriksen is the Senior Lead Engineer at IKM Testing’s topside engineering department. He has been an IKM employee for 22 years and was involved in his first decommissioning project in 2001, since when numerous decommissioning projects have profited from his experience and expertise. Mr Eriksen’s latest assignment was as Lead Engineer responsible for the successful decontamination of the Tyra East and Tyra West Field Centres - Europe’s largest offshore decom. project to date. He has been instrumental in developing the IKM steam cleaning technology used thus far to decontaminate 27 offshore installations in the North Sea. He is currently assisting the AF Group with the Curlew FPSO decom. project.
Although employed by IKM’s Norwegian headquarters, Mr. Eriksen has been a UK resident for more than a decade and he supports the IKM Aberdeen operation with delivery of their offshore decontamination services.
As manager of the Decommissioning, Solution Centre, Roger is leading the team to identify, fund and support the development and deployment of technology that drives down the cost of decommissioning. Roger has more than 20 years’ experience in the oil and gas sector and has held a variety of leadership positions within companies ranging from SMEs to tier 1 contractors. Before joining the Oil & Gas Technology Centre, he was Chief Executive of Decom North Sea. Roger played an active role in the execution of several of the UK’s most significant decommissioning projects including; MCP01, North West Hutton and Brent Delta.
As Wood, Senior VP for Operated Assets Europe & Africa, Tom is responsible for a range of contracts from Duty Holder and COMA site operations, through Facilities Management to Manpower service provision.
Tom has thirteen years of onshore experience running outsourced Duty Holder and late life asset management contracts and has more than 35 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry, starting his career offshore with Shell in 1985. He joined Wood in 2010 as operations manager for the Hummingbird FPSO and since then has grown the O&M business exponentially by building strong stakeholder relationships, developing and deploying competent teams with robust processes and by having the courage to do things differently.
Jeff Hailey is a Project Engineer within the Decommissioning Solution Centre at The Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC). With formal training in Construction Site Engineering & Management, Quality and Project Management, Jeff started his career as part of the management team responsible for delivering the £100M emergency care centre building project at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Since then he has held a number of Supply Chain, Quality and Project Engineering positions within the oil & gas EPC sector before joining OGTC. Having worked summer seasons in the USA and a winter season in the French Alps, Jeff continues to travel and also is the Officer-in-Charge at the 1st Ellon Boys Brigade.
Richard joined Eni UK in 2014 and has progressed the development of the decommissioning plan, internal communications, approvals and building the team ready to start preparation for decommissioning the Hewett field in late 2018.
He led the wells rigless p&a team at Perenco for the Leman, Inde and Thames fields and was responsible for finding solutions for the pile cutting and subsea elements for the Welland field decommissioning.
Richard started his decommissioning career with UWG (Acteon Group) in 2002 project engineering rigless subsea well abandonment operations from a vessel.
William graduated a Civil Engineer in 1990 joining Shell the same year and has spent 30 years working across all phases of the project lifecycle both on/offshore, brown/greenfield & decommissioning, oil & gas in Europe, Russia the Middle East and Africa. After leading the Peterhead CCS Project to its abrupt demise and spending a year on secondment in the OGA, William joined Brent early in 2017 and is responsible for the safe & efficient decommissioning of the 4 iconic Brent platforms.
A Charter Project Professional and RPP with APM, William is the current Chair of the Oil & Gas Project Management Steering Committee.
Giulia works in the Space Solutions department of the European Space Agency. Here she supports non-space companies in the development of new space-based commercial services. Giulia has a masters degree in aerospace engineering and a post-academic master in space institutions and policies. Before joining ESA, she has worked in a nanosatellite company and in Lamborghini.
Craig is a highly competent, hard-working oil and gas professional with over 15 years' experience in the industry. 4 of these within direct decommissioning projects.
He comes from a strong background of Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) oil service company project management roles, including the engineering team lead role on CNR's Murchison DSC contract held by Aker Solutions, Craig is vocal in his passion for innovation and knowledge sharing within the decommissioning community. He currently heads up all development activities for Veolia ES, who provide onshore disposal services to the offshore decommissioning market across 4 locations around the UK and Norwegian CS. Having received, dismantled and disposed of over 80,000 mT of offshore infrastructure from all sectors including the single lift of the YME project, Craig brings an extremely broad but detailed wealth of experience within the decommissioning market.
Dave studied in the Netherlands at the Technical University of Twente in the Netherlands, where he obtained his master degree in Chemical Engineering in 1991. He has 27 years of experience in the gas and energy sector, upstream, midstream and downstream. He held senior technical commercial positions in the past at Gastec, Kiwa and DNV GL and currently works for VONK Global in Zwolle, the Netherlands, an international solutions provider for Power Conversion, Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) and Control & Automation (C&A) challenges, where he is business development and sales manager. VONK has recently merged with Ampulz, specialist in Power Conversion technology (www.iivonk.com, www.ampulz.com ).
Pamela has been in the oil and gas Industry for more than 18 years’, with significant managerial experience as Financial Controller, Commercial Manager, Product Line Manager and Managing Director within a number of different engineering service companies engaged in international trade.
She has qualifications in Strategic Leadership and Executive Management and is a fellow of both The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and The Institute of Leaders and Managers (ILM) and has successfully led self-owned and privately funded businesses in the oil field and beyond.
Since 2015, Pamela has been working within the executive team of the leading North Sea decommissioning focused trade body, Decom North Sea, with responsibly for projects, membership and regulatory engagement.
During this period Pamela has driven a number of business efficiencies and value adding opportunities including co-chairing their membership led Decommissioning Leadership Group tasked with delivering special interest projects. Pamela managed the execution phase of the L2P2 project. Leading a steering committee comprising of operators, regulators and tier one supply chain.
John joined Petrofac in October 2017 as Group Managing Director, Western Hemisphere, responsible for the regional delivery of its Engineering and Production Services (EPS) business.
After a year, John was appointed Chief Operating Officer (COO) of EPS globally. In this role he is accountable for the overall growth and delivery of EPS’ Operations, Projects, Engineering and Consultancy Services, Well Engineering and Training Services capabilities.
In January 2020 John also assumed the role of Chief Corporate Development Officer for Petrofac. Alongside his COO duties, he is responsible for driving transformational activities in areas including Technology, Engineering and the Energy Transition, globally.
Prior to joining Petrofac, John spent 28 years with AMEC Foster Wheeler and five years with Chevron, in the UK and the US. His previous roles have included president of global oil, gas and chemicals business units, and multi-market roles running the Americas, Northern Europe and CIS region.
John holds a degree in Engineering from Aberdeen University. His interests include skiing, cycling, tennis and running.
Ian Phillips has over 30 years experience in the upstream oil and gas and climate change industries, including 18 years with oil operating companies (Shell, BP, Marathon and Ramco) and 6 years with a major service company (Halliburton).
In 2007 he became a founding Director of CO2DeepStore Limited, and in 2013 he and his CO2DeepStore colleagues launched Pale Blue Dot Energy – an energy transition business consultancy.
Having spent 5 years as CEO of the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre Ian re-joined Pale Blue Dot Energy in March 2020 as Director of the Acorn Hydrogen and CCS Projects.
He obtained an M.Eng. in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot Watt University (1983), and an MBA through the Open University (1994). He is also a Fellow of the UK Energy Institute and is a Chartered Petroleum Engineer.
He has long been active with the SPE – having recently chaired the SPE Aberdeen Section for 4 years, and been its Treasurer and Continuing Education Chair. He has also been North Sea Regional Director on the SPE International Board and a Director of SPE Europe Limited. He currently chairs the committee running the annual Offshore Achievements Awards.
Steve Rae is the Executive Director with Step Change in Safety, he 35 plus years’ experience in the International Oil and Gas Industry. Having entered the Industry, as an Offshore Technician, he happened to find himself onboard Piper Alpha on July 6th, 1988. Having survived the horrific events of that night Steve chose to continue working in the Industry where he went on to become an accomplished executive.
Throughout his time in Industry Steve has held several senior positions such as Vice President (VP) QHSE, VP International Drilling Operations, Country Manager & VP Business Development. He also served IADC as Chairman and Ex – Officio of the North Sea Chapter. In 2013 he received the IADC “Val Hood” award for services to the Drilling Industry. Steve was a member of the UK “Step Change in Safety” Leadership Team from 2007/2011 and Chairman of Statoil’s (Brazil) Aiming High Group in 2014/15. The experience gained throughout his time in Industry has provided him with a unique perspective on Safety Culture, effective Team Leadership and Workforce Engagement from “boardroom to coalface”.
Steve qualified as an Electrical Technician through a traditional Apprenticeship City and Guilds program. In 1996 he returned to Robert Gordon’s University, Aberdeen, graduating in 2000 with an International MBA.
Will Rowley is an internationally recognised and connected energy market specialist of >22 yrs experience who creates and delivers opportunities for strategic growth and structural change & development. He has worked for global service companies and major operators with a focus on integrated service development across major market sectors. Will previously led Infield Systems (now Wood MacKenzie) and Douglas-Westwood (now Westwood Global), supporting Governments, businesses and financiers with major investment & acquisition decisions and market development. With >15yrs global experience of the late life and decommissioning market, Will has worked with most of the major contractors and key operators to deliver innovative projects and commercial models.
An oil and gas professional working in the industry over the last 20 years. Dhillip started off as an MWD Engineer in Trinidad & Tobago before moving across to the Petrotrin oil refinery operations progressing to the role of Senior Process Engineer. During this period he was involved in crude oil processing operations, brownfield projects and new plant construction. He moved back to the upstream sector with BHP Billiton Petroleum (UK) Limited initially within their engineering team and was subsequently appointed the Plant Manager of the Point of Ayr Gas Terminal in North Wales for six (6) years. After the acquisition of the Liverpool Bay Asset by ENI UK Limited, he has done various management roles within the organization and is now the Interface Manager for the Hewett Decommissioning Project. Dhillip is a chartered engineer and holds degrees in Chemical & Process Engineering and Petroleum Engineering from the University of the West Indies and most recently acquired an MBA degree from Manchester Business School. He is member of the Project Management Institute and certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP).
Charlotte has worked in various sustainability roles for the past six years, covering a range of issues from renewable energy to waste management. Prior to this, she had a research background in geology. Zero Waste Scotland is funded by the Scottish Government, and also receives funding from the European Structural Funds Programme to help accelerate its work with SMEs in Scotland. Charlotte’s role focuses on circular economy in the energy infrastructure sector, working with a range of stakeholders and supporting businesses to adopt a more resource-efficient approach.
Darren Sutherland began his career in 1994 after graduating with a B.Eng. (Hons) in Offshore Mechanical Engineering. He joined the industry as a trainee drilling engineer with Santa Fe and has held various onshore and offshore operational and commercial roles from roustabout through to Managing Director. Darren also holds an MBA from London Business School and is an IMarEST Chartered Engineer. During his career he has lived and worked in the USA, South America, Middle East and South Africa.
Darren currently leads Borr Drilling’s North Sea business unit responsible for four jack ups and one semi-submersible. Prior to joining Borr he was Director of European Operations for Prospector Offshore Drilling UK Ltd. Darren served as the Co-Chairman of the International Association of Drilling Contractors North Sea Chapter.
Atlas Copco Rental - 24/7 Reliable solutions
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For short or long-term demands, planned contingencies or unexpected emergencies, you get the most cost and energy-effective solutions. From oil-free or oil-lubricated compressed air at medium or high pressure to offshore-approved, compact and lightweight power generators, robust steam boilers and onsite nitrogen generators, Atlas Copco Rental design a custom-made solution to meet your needs. Our expert engineers have extensive application and equipment knowledge to build you the most suitable temporary installation, and accessories are all part of the total package. Quality of service, environmental care and personnel safety are guaranteed by our triple ISO certification, an industry first.
Whatever stage your project is at, we have a temporary solution to match. With DNV 2.7-1 certified lifting frames and slings, corrosion resistant paint and components, our offshore equipment is built for the rigors of rough sea.
Our offshore equipment is ideal for applications such as:
We match your industry specific rental demands with our state-of-the-art equipment and necessary accessories to meet your exact application.
With over 50 years of experience in offshore projects, our values reinforce sustainable development!
Bilfinger Salamis UK is the asset lifecycle specialist, supporting clients in the oil, gas, and wind industries. Headquartered in Aberdeen, the business also has bases in Great Yarmouth, Esbjerg in Denmark, and Groningen in the Netherlands.
Through integrated service offerings, innovative products and multidiscipline teams, we enhance the efficiency of assets, ensuring a high level of availability and reduced maintenance costs.
Brimmond Group, decommissioning project specialists, have a proven track record in the decommissioning and late-life planning market. With our extensive range of rental equipment and experienced engineering capabilities, we can offer project support to a wide range of scopes tailored to our client’s requirements.
Our rental fleet includes:
· Electric & diesel hydraulic power units (HPU’s)
· Pneumatic & hydraulic umbilical reelers & spooling winches
· ATEX modular crane systems
· ATEX pump packages
· Hydraulic support packages incl. control panels, submersible pumps & marine cranes
· P&A support packages
· Platform lifting solutions
With our in-house engineering & design team based in Kintore, Aberdeenshire we tackle the full product life cycle, from the first iterations of concept designs to the final revision of the as-built unit. We take pride in our ability to design safe, reliable, user friendly equipment, using a variety of software packages to provide detailed 3D Models, Schematics and Finite Element Analysis.
As well as design, manufacture, and rental, we have a long-standing reputation for services such as refurbishment, service, maintenance, testing services and in-house back tension spooling services.
To discover more regarding our services and equipment then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
ComPower was founded in 1994 by well experienced electrical engineers. Since then we have grown to become a stable and reputable company. We have all our facilities in Bergen, including offices, a production hall and test and service facilities.
Our customers are mainly from the defence and offshore sector, but we also supply systems for private and public institutions with stringent requirements for reliability.
We are the preferred supplier to most of the oil rigs in the North Sea, a position we have gained as a result of high quality of product and service, as well as low lifetime cost for our equipment.
We specialise in Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) systems for emergency systems on board ships and platforms, as well as Aids to Navigation (AtoN) units for closed down platforms.
Our AC and DC UPS systems are flexible, modular and service-friendly.
Our AtoN type SCOL (Self Contained Offshore Lighthouse) units are based on battery and solar power technology with remote operating and monitoring capabilities. These units are used during dismantling of offshore installations to mark the position of elements that are without power. They are specially designed to withstand the harsh winter conditions of the North Sea and complies with IALA regulations.
Our extensive experience and high degree of specialization allows us to plan and deliver systems very precisely and cost effectively.
Located near Bergen Airport we are easily available for missions to the international offshore industry for deliveries, changes and adjustments, special products, training or emergency assistance.
ControlCutter AS is a privately held, Norwegian company formed to develop and commercialize a unique technology for rapidly cutting resistant metals. The patented technology comprises a self-contained system that generates immediate hydraulic power to knives composed of a proprietary alloy.
ControlCUTTER technology increase operation efficiency in SURF cutting, Pile cutting and surface cutting of conductors and tubulars reducing the overall time spent on decommissioning and intervention.
Decom North Sea is the principal decommissioning membership organisation which connects capability with opportunity across the international oil and gas decommissioning industry. Our membership ranges from major international operators to single person companies. We believe that, by working together effectively, our members can secure business opportunities, while safely executing decommissioning activities and protecting the environment for future generations.
Our membership proposition assists you the following areas:
Ecosse IP is an innovative provider of tooling and solutions for challenging offshore installations and decommissioning. We design, develop, build and operate a range of subsea equipment for offshore energy markets.
The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) is a non-profit business association representing the interests of over 300 energy producers and the supply chain, including skills providers who support the industry.
Established in 2001, EEEGR has been key in forming a collective voice for the industry within the region and articulating this nationally and internationally.
EEEGR is an ‘All Energy’ business development and skills organisation, constantly striving to identify new prospects for members to secure new opportunities to grow their businesses regionally, nationally and internationally.
EEEGR’s mission is to be the source of new opportunities and knowledge to enable member companies to strategically grow their businesses.
EEEGR organises events, conferences, exhibitions, networking sessions, meetings and social functions to stimulate the industry and to place buyers in front of relevant vendors.
Our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) operate across a range of subjects and markets and assist members to identify opportunities and recognise risks.
Ensure you make Flowline Specialists of Oldmeldrum your partner for the decommissioning of flexible products on or offshore.
With our expansive fleet of equipment and experienced back deck personnel we can offer various methods for the decommissioning of flexible products; either collecting on to a reel for onshore processing or shearing the product offshore with cut lengths directed into a bunded area.
Onshore we can move reels up to 300Te with our modular Reel Carrier then after flushing the products can be removed with under rollers and tensioner. One of our 1000Te shears can then cut the product into lengths for further processing.
All our equipment is designed and manufactured in house at Oldmeldrum and Fyvie. We have in excess of 150 assets so availability of equipment is not an issue.
Our highly experienced Technicians will ensure all equipment is set up to client requirements and will work as part of your team to ensure a safe and efficient outcome to your project.
Flowline Specialists carry out projects worldwide on and offshore in the decommissioning, oil & gas, renewables and manufacturing sectors. Our current operational bases are Scotland, The Netherlands and the UAE.
We look forward to offering on your future enquiry.
Aberdeenshire based company, GreySellsGlobal Ltd, offer over 33 years of experience in the generation and publication of regional activity and forecast maps for the offshore energy sector.
Our maps, are of high quality, user friendly, with a fresh, topical and informative style.
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The company’s range of products and services include:
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LMS (Load Monitoring Systems Ltd) specialist in the design and manufacturing of Load Monitoring products and services for sale and rental, this includes load cells, Load Shackles, winch monitoring systems, Data Logging and Crane Safety Instrumentation. Based in Aberdeen, our products are engineered and calibrated to the highest standards, defined by quality, performance and reliability and used in a wide variety of applications across many industry sectors worldwide, including Decommissioning, Marine, Sub-Sea, Oil & Gas, Construction, Mining and Energy.
We have an extensive range of products and ready to support decommissioning operations, including cable recovery, subsea structure removals and deconstruction along with ancillary equipment and personal for onshore or offshore operations. Equipment can be mobilised and available for both short and long-term projects. With over 20 years industry experience LMS have earned a proven track record for capability and the flexibility to mobilise tried and tested methodologies which are transferable to decommissioning work scopes and currently supports clients
Ideally located midway between Aberdeen and Great Yarmouth, Port of Blyth is a leading UK offshore energy support base and is well placed to support major decommissioning projects in the North Sea and beyond.
Thompsons of Prudhoe is a specialist dismantling, decommissioning, asbestos removal and waste disposal contractor operating nationwide across all industry sectors.
Working in partnership and with a joint investment of up to £1m, the existing 2.3 hectare site is set to be significantly developed in 2020 allowing for enhanced decommissioning works to be undertaken. Licensed for capacity up to 50,000 tonnes per annum, the site features an impermeable heavy duty concrete base and quarantined areas for hazardous waste including NORM. Multiple decommissioning contracts can also be handled at the same time due to zoned drainage systems.
Benefitting from good road, railand air transport links, excellent access from the sea is also guaranteed as Port of Blyth is a tidal deep water port accessible in virtually all weather conditions. Vessels of up to 220m LOA and 50,000 DWT have direct access to open sea with no locking in or out or air draft restrictions.
This site benefits from direct access to a heavy duty quays of over 9m draft and a range of handling equipment including Port cranage of over 100 tonne capacity able to assist with both quayside and site operations. Heavy lift partners can provide cranes of up to 500 tonnes capacity and a fleet of SPMTs are readily available.
With the port offering a comprehensive in-house lift planning service and both organisations deeply committed to QHSE excellence and technical performance, clients are assured of a high quality and dedicated service.
A true integrator of engineering solutions, Rever Offshore provides specialist services to the subsea sector.
Through our proven track record and engineering ingenuity, Rever has the capability to deliver the most complex of subsea projects. Combining engineering solutions, technology, vessels and equipment, we retain our reputation as an industry leader in diving, IRM, decommissioning, construction and project management and engineering services.
With access to the right assets to execute our projects, we deliver a broad range of subsea solutions.
By developing strong strategic partnerships in both the North Sea and across the globe, we consolidate our presence within the energy industry. By always listening, learning and improving, we deliver subsea operational success.
Rotech Subsea is a technology-driven group of companies providing innovative products to the Oil & Gas, Decommissioning and Renewable energy industries from our headquarters in Aberdeen, Scotland. We are industry experts in fluid dynamics and turbo-machinery with a particular focus on subsea tools. Rotech Subsea have been developing and serving the subsea industry with mass flow and controlled flow excavation technology since 1994. In 2015 we developed the industry leading range of RS Trenching and Excavation Equipment, known as CFE (Controlled Flow Excavation). The range is operated by Rotech Subsea, designed by Rotech Engineering and built in-house by Rotech Fabrication. Our latest RS range of equipment is constantly evolving and offers up to 7 times more power and enhanced features than the previous generation of mass flow excavation tools. The RS systems, being more advanced, are ideal for both trenching and excavation of pipeline and cable in addition to subsea infrastructure deburial and seabed clearance. Rotech also boasts a high-quality fabrication business servicing the subsea and topside Oil & Gas market.
SAMS Research Services limited is a specialist marine consultancyand our mission is to enable productive oceans. SRSL can provide assessment and mesaurement of marine growth on subsea structures, consult on management of drill cuttings, and other decommissioning issues such as artifical reefs and removal versus managed abandonment. SRSL is the wholly-owned trading subsidiary of the Scottish Association for Marine Science.
SEA provides reactive, cost-effective solutions for design, engineering, operational support and maintenance of subsea equipment, related to the subsea production controls market.
We are proud to be a market leader in refurbishment and reuse; optimising the value of existing, unwanted capital equipment through our service, Legacy Locker. It is an engineering service to test, refurbish and re-certify decommissioned and obsolete equipment owned by SEA and our clients.
Our clients are our biggest priority and our experienced and professional team deliver our products and services to a high standard and within the dedicated timescales. We offer a rapid turnaround on production-critical equipment with typically long lead times, providing an unrivalled service within the industry.
15-minute presentation & Q&A
Presentation 1: Pauline Innes, OGA – Decommissioning in 2020
Presentation 2: Richard Brooks, BEIS - UK Regulatory Framework, learning from the past – preparing for the future
Presentation 3: Steve Ray, Step Change in Safety - Onshore Dismantling & HSE Stewardship
Presentation 4: Romana Adamcikova, Wood Mackenzie - UK North Sea decommissioning overview
15-minute presentation & Q&A
Presentation 1: Tom Gilchrist, Wood – The Power of Possible, Late and Ultra-Late Life Asset Management: our journey with Ithaca Energy
Presentation 2: Jan Erik Eriksen, IKM - Decontamination of Tyra Topsides
15-minute presentation & Q&A
Presentation 1: William Lindsay, Shell - Experience and Lessons from Dismantling and Recycling
Presentation2: Ali Talpur, Enquest - Decommissioning Plans
Presentation 3: Luis Batalla, Repsol Sinopec – Decommissioning & Commercial Innovation: Progress and Challenges
Presentation 4: Neil Brister and Dhillip Sankoomar, ENI - Hewett Decommissioning Program Update
15-minute presentation & Q&A
Presentation 1: Giulia Manzertti, European Space Agency – Space for Decom and Transition to Green Energy
Presentation 2: Michael Scott, Unity – TACTT – TA Cap Test Tool
Presentation 3: John Cox, Worley – Decommissioning: Alliances and Lessons Learned
15-minute presentation & Q&A
Presentation 1: Baharrudin Abdul Kani, Brunei Shell Petroleum
Presentation 2: Darren Sutherland, Borr Drilling
15-minute presentation & Q&A
Presentation 1: Dave Oesterholt, VONK - Hybrid Power Systems to provide Offshore Platforms with Renewable Energy
Presentation 2: Richard Brennan, Viewport3 - Collaborating closely to answer important questions
Presentation 3: Jeff Fulks, BISN – Bismouth Alloys for Environmental Plugs
15-minute presentation & Q&A
Presentation 1: Craig Nicol, D3 Consulting – Launch of Streamlined Waste Management Guidelines
Presentation 2: Julian Foley, John Lawrie & Alasdair Ferguson, Kishorn Port – Decommissioning of the MV Kaami
Presentation 3: Andy Williamson, Port of Blyth – EON Wind Turbine Project