Waste specialist Veolia has dismissed any suggestion that the smoke seen billowing from the decommissioned Ninian Northern platform in Shetland could have been toxic.
The legs of the Ninian Northern platform have been blown off using explosives as part of a decommissioning project at a yard in Lerwick, Shetland.
It’s hoped a new project will accelerate the decarbonisation of Shetland and help to secure the island’s energy supply.
Canadian Natural Resources has swung to profits of £244million in the third quarter after posting heavy losses earlier in the year due to Covid.
The operation to load-in the 14,200 tonne Ninian Northern topside at Lerwick Harbour's Dales Voe Base has been completed successfully.
Removal of the remains of the Buchan Alpha oil platform has been completed in Shetland.
Work is underway to remove the remains of the Buchan Alpha oil rig, feared to become an “eyesore” as it lay stranded in waters off a Shetland pier.
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.
A Scottish politician said yesterday he was “deeply disappointed” that an oil production vessel which has sat in Dundee for a year will be dismantled in Norway.
Waking up to a white Christmas will have come as no surprise to a team from a Shetland-based engineering firm who are spending the festive season working on a project described as “unique and challenging” by the company’s boss.
The north exit of Lerwick could have another large wind turbine among its landscape as a local company looks to go even greener.
The delivery of a North Sea oil platform to Lerwick highlights the Shetland port’s status as a “centre of excellence” for decommissioning, a joint-venture has said.
The chief executive of Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) has hailed signs of recovery in oil and gas activity as traffic in all sectors increased at Shetland’s main harbour in the first quarter of this year.
Cruise ships, fishing boats and ferries helped boost activity levels at Shetland’s main harbour last year, according to figures released by Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) yesterday.
You may be relieved to know that this is not an article about Brexit. However, every cloud has a silver lining - because the last six months of Brexit-related debate have in fact seen the UK’s ports sector attract an unusual amount of political, and therefore public, attention.
Scotland’s first ultra-deep-water (UDW) port would have to secure 10 decommissioning projects to pay for itself, a flagship report said.
A £2.5 million cash pot will be shared between 12 decommissioning projects as part of the Scottish Government's latest funding round.
Dales Voe has been named as the preferred location for the UK’s first ultra deep-water port and has an approved planning application to increase the decommissioning capabilities on site, opening up a unique opportunity for North Sea operators in the region.
The boss at Lerwick harbour said building an ultra-deep-water port in Shetland would “fill a gap” in the UK decommissioning market.
Shetland’s bid to cement its place as a major North Sea decommissioning centre has been given the seal of approval by a heavy lift vessel contractor.
Shetland’s hopes of securing a bigger slice of the multi-billion pound North Sea decommissioning market have received a boost.
The chairman of Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) has hailed the growing contribution of cruise ship visits as the organisation released its annual review, showing a steep drop in profits and a decline in turnover last year.
Plans to expand a Shetland port to create a “one-stop-shop” for North Sea decommissioning have been lodged with the islands’ council.
The Scottish Government will offer six projects a share of £1.5million as part of its Decommissioning Challenge Fund.
The new owners of metal reprocessing, tubular supply and decommissioning company John Lawrie Group (JLG), of Aberdeen, have moved swiftly to grow the firm by snapping up a business in Shetland.