Topic: Decommissioning

Allseas bags another decommissioning contract

Allseas has bagged another platform decommissioning contract. The company will remove Repsol Norge’s Gyda Platform, which is located in the Norwegian North Sea. The platform will possibly be reused.  The contract covers both the 18,000 tons...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Lift capacity Pioneering Spirit to be increased

Allseas is planning to increase the lift capacity of its flagship Pioneering Spirit. The current maximum lift capacity is to be increased from 48,000 to 60,000 tonnes, reports PCJ’s Dutch sister publication Nieuwsblad Transport. Details of...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Pioneering Spirit removes another topside

The Pioneering Spirit has removed another platform topside. With a weight of 3,800 tons, the Valhall QP topside is the lightest one yet.  The Valhall QP platform removal is the first job for Allseas under a...Read more
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Heerema launches new decommissioning company

Together with Decom Energy and AF Offshore Decom, Heerema Marine Contractors has launched a new company for the offshore decommissioning of platforms called Fairfield Decom.  “Through this bold step, a unique late-life operations and decommissioning operator...Read more
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Allseas wins new decommissioning contract

Allseas has won a new decommissioning contract from Equinor Energy to remove the 48,000 tons weighing Statfjord A platform. Allseas’ flagship Pioneering Spirit will lift the topside from its concrete gravity-based substructure in one piece...Read more
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Jumbo wins decommissioning contract in North Sea

Jumbo has been awarded an offshore decommissioning project in the North Sea by TAQA Energy, involving the removal, transportation and disposal of three subsea protection domes and piles. The removal operation will take place in the...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers