Over 470 platforms, many thousands of kilometres of pipelines and thousands of wells and other subsea infrastructure will be wholly or partially removed from the North Sea in next 30 years at a cost in excess of £47.5billion, with more than half being spent in the UK sector.
North-east energy service firm SeaEnergy said yesterday it was confident of growth in the coming months despite widening losses.
The UK Government has announced it will hold a new £20million competition to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
ABOUT 300 specialists from countries worldwide are in Aberdeen for Europe's premier annual well-intervention conference and exhibition.
ABERDEEN-BASED Senergy Alternative Energy has bolstered its renewable-energy operations.