Ithaca Energy has employed Heerema’s Thialf heavy lift vessel, the second largest in the world, to remove its small Jacky installation, around 12 miles east of the Moray Firth.
The first set of new topsides for the TotalEnergies Tyra redevelopment in Denmark have completed their 10,000-mile voyage from Singapore.
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Taqa has kicked off removal work for the Brae Bravo, one of the largest decommissioning projects in the North Sea.
A project manager at a north-east firm shined brightest out of a trio of budding decommissioning experts to win a prestigious award today.
Industry body Decom North Sea (DNS) is set to broaden the sector’s horizons via a one-day, virtual event later this month.
The rise of specialist decommissioning firms could give the UK the edge in a global oilfield dismantling market worth £67 billion over the next decade, a new report said.
Heerema’s Sleipnir vessel broke a world record over the weekend, completing a lift of 15,300 tonnes.
Dutch contractor Heerema has been awarded a contract to help construct the first major offshore wind project in the US.
Dutch contractor Heerema's new, LNG powered crane vessel has passed sea trials and load tests with flying colours.
An Aberdeenshire firm has joined forces with two major decommissioning contractors to launch a joint venture offering lower UK North Sea dismantling costs.
Italian construction and engineering firm Rosetti Marino has pulled out of a deal to acquire Dutch company Heerema Fabrication Group (HFG).
A Norwegian yard owner and a Dutch heavy lift crane vessel operator have signed the contract to decommission a UK North Sea platform.
Xodus Group has hired its first corporate development director to spearhead the energy consultancy's growth.
Dutch offshore construction firm Heerema Fabrication Group (HFG) will sell yards in the Netherlands and UK due to a tail off in activity.
Heerema Marine Contractors announced yesterday that it had begun installation on the monopile for Delft Offshore Turbine (DOT).
Dutch firm Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) will lay off 350 workers after deciding to close down its offshore pipe laying business.
Belgian transmission system operator Elia has handed Heerema Fabrication Group a contract to build an offshore platform for a grid project.
Oil major Shell has revealed that the steel jacket for its Brent Alpha platform will be taken to Norway for scrapping.
Offshore contractor Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) is to axe 250 jobs worldwide due to the "continuing low oil price".
Dutch firm Heerema will take its Hermod semi-submersible crane vessel out of action at the end of 2017, bringing down the curtain on nearly 40 years of service.
Heerema Fabrication will build a transformer module for an offshore wind farm project run by Siemens.
The Murchison platform has been removed from the North Sea and brought ashore two years ahead of schedule.
Holland’s Heerema Fabrication has clinched a deal to build a new jacket for the Peregrino II project offshore Brazil.
Maersk Oil’s boss said yesterday that key infrastructure for the North Sea Culzean field would soon be ready to set sail from the Netherlands.