Survey works are underway at Kishorn Port ahead of a planned “major upgrade” of the historic Wester Ross facility.
Striking footage of the Voyageur Spirit FPSO departing Scotland’s west coast earlier this year has been shared online.
One of the world’s largest deepwater rigs, the Ocean Greatwhite, has returned to Kishorn Port on Scotland’s west coast after a high-profile visit nearly four years ago.
A boss at Kishorn Port is asking the offshore wind industry to give clarity around future floating turbine and foundation designs.
Kishorn Port has been given the go-ahead from Highland Council to extend its dry dock so that it can secure bigger decommissioning projects.
The upgrading of Kishorn Port (KPL) as its owners bid to win more work from the oil and gas, renewable energy and decommissioning sectors has continued, with the establishment of new on-site accommodation for workers at the remote Wester Ross facility.
Managers at Kishorn Port (KPL) have hailed its third significant contract of the year, after the arrival of the Banff floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) for temporary mooring there.
Semco Maritime Ltd have been awarded a yard stay project with Altera Infrastructure for their FPSO asset Voyageur Spirit to be moored at the West coast of Scotland port facility.
The Voyageur Spirit floating production unit has arrived at the dry dock in Kishorn on the west coast of Scotland, pictures published on social media show.
The Voyageur Spirit FPSO is on its way to the Kishorn Drydocks after leaving Premier Oil’s Huntington field in the North Sea.
A Norwegian cargo ship which became stranded on the west coast of Skye has been successfully decommissioned from service.
The Highlands and Islands should capitalise on the “buzz” surrounding Scotland’s growing floating offshore wind sector, according to the region’s energy development chief.
A Kishorn Port (Kpl) boss has declared the west coast site “shovel ready” for oil an gas decommissioning projects after it was granted a waste management licence by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa).
Growing confidence in the Atlantic Frontier is generating a ‘gravity-shift’ towards a Shetland supply chain willing and able to capitalise on its geographical advantages.
The Scottish Government will split £1.5million between six projects in an effort to secure more North Sea oil and gas decommissioning work for the country.
A delay in the construction of a £250million floating windfarm off Stonehaven has hit a Highland port that had expected to create up to 200 jobs supporting the project.