Posted by November 2, 2016

A UK First for Decommissioning Market

From left to right: Graeme Lamont, Business Development Manager, DNV GL; Gareth Jones, Principal Consultant, BMT Cordah Ltd; Alastair Dodds, Engineering Director, Axis Well Technology Ltd.; and Eamonn McGennis, Decommissioning Lead, Costain Upstream Limited (Photo: Integrated DECOM)

From left to right: Graeme Lamont, Business Development Manager, DNV GL; Gareth Jones, Principal Consultant, BMT Cordah Ltd; Alastair Dodds, Engineering Director, Axis Well Technology Ltd.; and Eamonn McGennis, Decommissioning Lead, Costain Upstream Limited (Photo: Integrated DECOM)

A specialist team of companies have come together to deliver a decommissioning program under one collaborative offering. Integrated DECOM will offer independent frontend engineering and environmental solutions providing integrated support for oil and gas operators looking to retire redundant facilities without the burden of an in-house overhead.

With over 20 years’ expertise and knowledge of successfully delivering the major UKCS decommissioning projects to date, Costain, Axis Well Technology, BMT Cordah and DNV GL have the capability and capacity to deliver the entire decommissioning work scope up to the approval of the project’s decommissioning program, from subsurface to structure, through a single point solution.

Frazer Mackay, of Costain who is leading the consortium said, “The companies within Integrated DECOM bring complementary, critical technical skills which are required to plan and deliver compliant and cost effective decommissioning. This unique combined knowledge ensures that every solution will be considered in a comparative assessment process, delivering a lower risk and cost decommissioning outcome for owners and stakeholders.”

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