A new wind turbine contract for a major North Sea development will lead to the creation of around 120 jobs near Hartlepool.
Brent Alpha, the huge Shell-operated North Sea platform, has arrived at a UK yard for dismantling.
The “vast majority” of UK offshore oil infrastructure will be decommissioned in Britain despite competition from Norwegian yards for the biggest jobs, a market expert claimed.
Yard owner Able UK has published breathtaking footage of the helipad being detached from Shell's Brent Bravo platform.
In the year since the Brent Delta platform came ashore for dismantling, its past and present owners have found there isn’t much that can’t be reused or given away.
Able UK has released time-lapse footage of the Brent Delta topside being skidded onto quay six at its yard in Hartlepool.
Shell’s Brent Delta topside was delivered to Able UK’s yard in Hartlepool this week, where it will be dismantled and recycled.
One of the North Sea’s most iconic pieces of oil and gas infrastructure arrived in a murky Hartlepool last night after more than 40 years offshore.
The Pioneering Spirit vessel has transferred Shell's Brent Delta topside onto a barge ahead of its delivery to a yard in Teesside.
Energy Voice began its decommissioning series in October by raising the prospect of a “turf war” in the North Sea over the next 30 years.
The sight of a 14,000 tonne topside on the Norwegian island of Lutelandet is slightly surreal.
Able UK has a message for other British ports considering a big financial outlay on decommissioning facilities: think long and hard before you press the button.