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John Lawrie Tubulars delivering big emissions reductions through repurposing

John Lawrie Tubulars UK, one of the largest purchasers of steel tubular products in the UK and across the USA, has further outlined its commitment to supporting the reduction of carbon emissions by undertaking a completely bespoke life cycle assessment (LCA) based on its own unique steel tubular management processes.

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Managing decommissioning risk in M&A transactions

With $14 billion of commitments before 2024, according to Rystad, decommissioning costs have long been a risk to and blocker in transactions, especially portfolio and corporate deals. The sector has moved a long way since early stage bilateral decommissioning agreements as sellers sought to navigate Section 29 of the Energy Act 2008 and other commercial risks in pursuit of the “clean break”.

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Port told to flaunt decommissioning

Aberdeen Harbour has “hidden” its decommissioning credentials for too long and needs to raise its profile in the sector to secure a bigger share of the market, one of its bosses said yesterday.

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Assured decommissioning for a green recovery

Reused and repurposed products and materials are concepts associated with a circular economy, and a circular economy is associated with the green recovery of our nation following the challenging events of this year. If we, as a nation and as an industry, are to meet our carbon emission reduction targets in the coming years, then we must act now.