According to new data from the Oil and Gas Authority, the estimated cost...
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Pickerill Gas Field Decommissioning, North Sea
The Pickerill A and B installations of the Pickerill gas field were approved for partial decommissioning, to remove potential dismantlement obstructions, by the Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment & Decommissioning (OPRED) in March 2019.
Decommissioning on the UKCS: five revelations from the latest data
According to new data from the Oil and Gas Authority, the estimated cost of decommissioning oil and gas infrastructure on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) has fallen. But do these positive figures tell the whole story? Umar Ali dives into the latest data to pull out the key revelations.
Investor activism in oil and gas: read more in the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus
In this issue: we take a look at the OGTC’s top start-ups, ask how influencer activism works, talk to Fieldbit about how augmented reality can change offshore oil and gas, and more.
Petrofac secures decommissioning contract at two North Sea fields
Energy firm Hess has awarded Petrofac a decommissioning contract for four wells at two fields in the central North Sea.
Bedlam in the Bight: read more in the new issue of Offshore Technology Focus
In this issue: what the recent election will mean for drilling in the Great Australian Bight, electrifying the subsea, the offshore plasma drill being used by NASA to look for life on Mars, and more.
Two North Sea platforms to be decommissioned at Dales Voe, Shetland
Two installations from Spirit Energy's ST-1 in the North Sea have arrived at the Dales Voe decommissioning facility in Shetland, Scotland, with works set to be carried out by partners Veolia and Peterson.
Expro acquires Norwegian technology company Quality Intervention
Global oilfield services company Expro has acquired 100% of the equity of Norway-based technology company Quality Intervention AS (QI), for an undisclosed value.
Unity develops new pressure test method to suspend mudline wells
Unity has developed a new technology to pressure test suspended mudline wells from a vessel before plugging and abandoning (P&A) activity for improved safety and cost savings.
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