Scottish firm CessCon Decom has announced the creation of a new joint venture company, Anson International, based in Brunei, as it looks to capitalise on a wave of work across the region.
The chief executive of CessCon Decom has warned that a potential “bottleneck” could emerge for onshore dismantling over the coming years as North Sea decommissioning ramps up.
A port in Fife has taken delivery of two Spirit Energy platforms for decommissioning.
A gas platform is scheduled to make the short trip from one Fife port to another ahead of its dismantling this week.
Australian energy service firm Worley said today it was helping Allseas to decommission two of Spirit Energy’s east Irish Sea platforms.
A Scottish firm has clinched its maiden contract for dismantling offshore platforms at a facility in Methil, Fife.
Plans to create an oilfield infrastructure dismantling facility in Fife have been given a six-figure boost by the Scottish Government.
Construction is expected to start next month on a multi-million pound project to prepare a yard in Fife for handling North Sea decommissioning jobs.
A decommissioning specialist has taken a step closer to setting up a scrapping facility at the Fife-based birthplace of numerous oil rigs.