The Veolia-Peterson partnership has been awarded two platform decommissioning contracts for recycling at their facility in Great Yarmouth.
The contracts include the onshore receipt and disposal of offshore material and several assets for a major gas producers.
The work will cover disposal options for a number of production complex platforms and satellite platforms.
Recycling is expected this year and will take around four years to complete.
Simon Davies, decommissioning general manager of Veolia, said: “The industry has been looking for collaboration and these new contracts show collaboration in action right down the supply chain. Our partnership has worked well at a number of sites and projects over the last ten years, and we are very pleased to secure the first important contracts into Great Yarmouth.”
The Veolia-Peterson partnership is a joint venture which has been providing onshore decommissioning services for the past decase.
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