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Decom innovation benefits from collaborative boost


Published Oct 28, 2015
Karen Seath DNS

Further signifying the increasing awareness of UKCS decommissioning, Decom North Sea (DNS), the representative body for the offshore decommissioning industry, and the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) have announced a collaborative memorandum of understanding (MOU).

It’s a logical match; DNS is well-known for its support of innovation as a means of ensuring maximum economic recovery through decommissioning, whilst OGIC accelerates the development of demand-driven innovative technology within the oil and gas industry.

The MOU articulates both parties’ wish to support operators, contractors, SMEs and a range of other stakeholders to develop the safe and cost-effective offshore decommissioning solutions required by operations and government. At an aggregate estimated cost in excess of £50 billion (2014 prices), UKCS decommissioning presents a fertile environment for the advancement of technology, which also provides the opportunity to allow the UK to develop a world-renowned decommissioning capability.

Tags: Decom North Sea




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