Taqa has celebrated completion of a major decommissioning project at the Brae field in the North Sea.
Work has resumed on a huge decommissioning campaign at the Taqa-operated Brae field in the North Sea
Regulators have approved TAQA’s plans to remove a section of the remaining jacket structure at Brae Bravo, following a successful topsides decommissioning campaign last year.
The GMB union has said that rigs must not be towed overseas to be broken up, pointing to UK decommissioning jobs as a “perfect opportunity” for the government’s levelling up agenda.
In the coming years, the North Sea has to face up to a decommissioning challenge like no other.
Taqa has reached a major milestone in one of the North Sea’s largest decommissioning projects, removing the topsides of the Brae Bravo platform.
Harbour Energy is sending the Balmoral platform to Denmark for decommissioning, the third UK asset to be announced for overseas yards this year.
Taqa has kicked off removal work for the Brae Bravo, one of the largest decommissioning projects in the North Sea.
The end of production on a North Sea platform has been marked with a photo campaign after 30 years of operations.
The crew of a North Sea emergency response and rescue vessel were amazed to see a school of orca whales surround their ship, 155 nautical miles east of Aberdeen.