A Scottish firm has clinched its maiden contract for dismantling offshore platforms at a facility in Methil, Fife.
A pair of disused gas installations in Morecambe Bay are to be removed by the largest vessel in the world this year.
A series of significant milestones - shaping the next generation of deep-water infrastructure developments at Lerwick Harbour - are expanding capability and competitiveness for the offshore decommissioning and renewables industries.
Shell has announced plans to begin testing North Sea workers for Covid-19 before they head offshore.
The Ninian Northern platform has been removed by Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit vessel in its final decommissioning job this year.
Brent Alpha, the huge Shell-operated North Sea platform, has arrived at a UK yard for dismantling.
The Brent Alpha platform has become the third installation to be removed from Shell’s famous North Sea field.
A drone has been used to deliver a package to the world's largest construction vessel in the Netherlands.
Allseas’ heavy lift vessel Pioneering Spirit has won a major decommissioning job at Repsol Norge’s Gyda platform in the Norwegian North Sea.
Canadian Natural Resources International (CNRI) has announced it has completed a preparation campaign to dismantle a 12,500 tonne oil platform in the North Sea.
Preparation work is under way ahead of dismantling a 12,500 tonne oil platform in the Northern North Sea.
The UK Government has given CNR International's plans for decommissioning the Ninian Northern platform the seal of approval.
Shell's Brent Bravo platform has been removed from the North Sea by Allseas’ heavy lift and pipelay vessel Pioneering Spirit.
The Pioneering Spirit vessel has removed the original accommodation platform for the Valhall field in the Norwegian North Sea.
A heavy lift vessel contractor has provided a ringing endorsement of Shetland’s credentials for handling major decommissioning jobs.
In the year since the Brent Delta platform came ashore for dismantling, its past and present owners have found there isn’t much that can’t be reused or given away.
The Pioneering Spirit installed the 22,000-tonne drilling platform topsides on the Johan Sverdrup field over the weekend.
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The world's largest vessel by displacement, the Pioneering Spirit, set a new world record when it lifted the Brent Delta top side last month in a single go.
A few days ago, a behemoth of a ship graphically challenged and changed the way large production platforms in the North Sea and elsewhere will be decommissioned henceforth.
Allseas’s Pioneering Spirit vessel has removed the topside section of Shell’s Brent Delta platform in the North Sea. Swiss contractor Allseas said it had broken the world lifting record in the process. Pioneering Spirit removed the 24,000-tonne topside structure in a single lift. It is now transporting the structure to a decommissioning yard in Teesside, north-east England.
Nord Stream 2 has booked three Allseas vessels for a major pipelay job in the Baltic Sea.
Video: Get a first look inside the Pioneering Spirit as it prepares to help decommission Shell’s Brent field
Energy giant Royal Dutch Shell is to use the world's largest vessel to decommission its iconic Brent field in the North Sea. Energy Voice travelled to Rotterdam to get a behind the scenes look at the ship ahead of the record breaking 24,000 ton lift of the Brent Delta topside this summer.
At nearly 400 metres long and more than 100 metres wide, the Pioneering Spirit dwarfs the Titanic.
The world's largest vessel is to lay more than 900km of gas pipeline linking Russia to southern Europe.