Video footage has been shared online by Demolition News showing the Ninian Northern platform having its legs blown off with explosives in Lerwick.
The Pioneering Spirit vessel has removed the DP3 gas production topsides from Spirit Energy’s Morecambe Bay development in the East Irish Sea.
A trade union boss has said the Ninian Northern platform, which had its legs blown off as part of a decommissioning project, now looks “really scary” and at risk of “falling over at any time”.
The amount of materials being recycled from UK North Sea oil platforms is far lower than previously thought, according to a new report.
Harbour Energy is sending the Balmoral platform to Denmark for decommissioning, the third UK asset to be announced for overseas yards this year.
The legs of the Ninian Northern platform have been blown off using explosives as part of a decommissioning project at a yard in Lerwick, Shetland.
A gas platform is scheduled to make the short trip from one Fife port to another ahead of its dismantling this week.
The Northern Producer floating production vessel is “expected” to be dismantled at Kishorn, according to the head of decommissioning at EnQuest.
A 20,000-tonne “eyesore” on the Cromarty Firth of more than 12 years is finally being removed as the huge Hutton platform legs are being taken to shore.
Taqa has kicked off removal work for the Brae Bravo, one of the largest decommissioning projects in the North Sea.
Well Expertise has hailed an industry “first”, using an on-the-rig training simulator for a plug and abandonment (P&A) campaign.
Exxon Mobil has lost out in a High Court battle against Apache with “far reaching implications” for North Sea decommissioning.
A project manager at a north-east firm shined brightest out of a trio of budding decommissioning experts to win a prestigious award today.
A budding petroleum engineer is hoping to “give something back” to the universities that boosted his career by winning a prestigious award.
A “right assets right hands” approach to retiring North Sea infrastructure could benefit new decommissioning suppliers, according to an industry chief.
North Sea supply chain companies could begin to move elsewhere if operators continue to defer decommissioning, it has been warned.
Heerema, owner of the world’s largest offshore crane vessels, has said squeezed prices have made a “very difficult business case” for the decommissioning market.
Oil and gas firms are being urged to welcome new decommissioning technologies with “open arms” in order to aid there development.
The outgoing boss of Decom North Sea (DNS) has said 2021 could be a “defining year” for the industry, but decommissioning “needs to pay its way”.
Convincing the oil and gas industry to break convention is never going to be an easy task.
Teekay has bid a “final farewell” to the Petrojarl Banff FPSO, which has now arrived in Denmark for decommissioning.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has forecast that the number of suspended wells in the UK North Sea will surge beyond 1,550 within five years.
The North Sea could face higher decommissioning costs if it doesn’t change its ways of working, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has warned as it sets out its new strategy.
The head of decommissioning at EnQuest has joined the board of industry trade body, Decom North Sea.
A raft of North Sea decommissioning contracts are on the way from operators including Harbour Energy, Eni, CNOOC, Taqa and more.