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North Sea decommissioning

Tracy Roberts

North Sea decommissioning

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by Tracy Roberts

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Published by Oxford Institute for Energy Studies in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTracy Roberts, John Mitchell.
SeriesEE -- 21, Energy economics (Oxford Institute for Energy Studies) -- 21.
ContributionsMitchell, John., Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17198127M
ISBN 100948061987
OCLC/WorldCa38262614

North Sea upstream expert Romana Adamcikova explores the three of the biggest issues facing operators as they prepare to decommission UK assets. Over the next decade, the UK’s decommissioning bill will be the largest of any country in the world. As many North Sea oil and gas fields are now coming to the end of their productive lives, the industry is facing the massive, expensive and technically challenging task of decommissioning. Shell recently announced its proposals for the Brent field, which has shut down after 40 years. This is Author: Tom Baxter.

Timing North Sea decommissioning: when will the boom begin? A new generation of specialist decommissioning companies are staking their claim to a slice of the UK Continental Shelf decommissioning market, projected to be worth £bn over the next decade, but uncertainty remains over when the volume of work will become available. The NPF Decommissioning Conference, now in it’s 19 th year, has established itself as a leading international decommissioning conference in the North Sea Region. It is a forum for industry leaders to address key decommissioning topics within the wider context of the upstream business.

Report: Decommissioning in the North Sea D ecommissioning in the North Sea is reaching new levels, and a number of government initiatives have been put in place to help companies manage their projects appropriately. Still, it’s a new world to many operators, so getting financial assistance in place can be crucial.   Decommissioning will be the North Sea’s biggest business by By Laura Hurst on 11/7/ LONDON (Bloomberg) --Graeme Fergusson sees life in the death of an oil field.


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Examples of risk assessment in North Sea decommissioning planning or reporting; Offshore the US ; References ; Fiscal aspects. The cost of decommissioning; A North Sea decommissioning book study of decommissioning costs at the platforms in the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf ; Projected decommissioning costs in the North Sea; Australia; A study from the GoM on.

Decommissioning in the North Sea. This offers a significant opportunity to the supply chain in a growth market, and will require a range of highly skilled and high value capability. A range of activities will require innovation in terms of technical and management approaches to drive down the costs of decommissioning.

There are other areas thatFile Size: 2MB. Decom North Sea is a single topic, multi region organisation and this means that late life asset management is our sole focus.

Decommissioning, in our view, must be considered as part of the overall asset lifecycle and the learnings we gain from this in the North Sea are transferrable to.

Warrender and Fergusson also concur on the predicted volume of decommissioning work in the North Sea and how the industry can accurately match capacity with demand. They say that the opinion that there will be a steep ramp up of activity is no longer tenable; instead, Oil & Gas UK predicts a more steady, sustainable stream of work worth an estimated £bn a year over the next two decades.

Quantum and Scale Offshore Oil & Gas Decommissioning in the U.K. North Sea 2 • £1 billion spent in Norway, £ billion in UKCS on decommissioning in alone •By Over platforms, wells (P&A) and approx.

km of pipeline expected to be decommissioned in the UKCSFile Size: KB. The approach to the allocation of decommissioning liabilities between sellers and buyers in recent M&A transactions on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) and potential future changes to the rules relating to the availability of tax relief for decommissioning expenditure will conceivably unlock further M&A activity on the UKCS.

We look at how this may come to be and potentially support the. In MayNorwegian energy giant Equinor announced that it planned to shut down its Statfjord A platform in the UK-Norwegian boundary of the North Sea in43 years after it first produced oil. Equinor awarded the decommissioning contract covering the engineering, preparations, removal and disposal of the topside to Excalibur Marine Contractors, which planned to deploy the.

3 Context: Decommissioning Overview Decommissioning of oil and gas assets is typically thought to be, in its absolute sense, the dismantling, removal and disposal of these structures and associated infrastructure at the end of their operational life.

However, decommissioning can. Decom North Sea is the single topic, multi region membership organisation which connects capability with opportunity across the oil andgas decommissioning sector. Development Assets. In the UK sector of the North Sea, there is a clearly defined regulatory regime controlling the decommissioning of offshore oil and gas installations.

Under law it is a requirement to decommission offshore facilities at the end of their producing life. Before work can proceed the Decommissioning Programmes must be approved by.

The ‘Decommissioning in the North Sea: Review of Decommissioning Capacity’ report, prepared by Arup and commissioned by Decom North Sea (DNS) and Scottish Enterprise, seeks to provide an overview of the scale and nature of the decommissioning market in the next decade highlighting areas where there are potential bottlenecks in the supply chain.

Current North Sea decommissioning estimates cover removing more than fixed installations and more than subsea production systems, and plugging and abandoning (P&A) more t wells. Aggregate cost estimates for North Sea ­decommissioning start at close to $ billion and rise quickly.

Decom North Sea ; Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) The Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) About Us. About Us; About Us; Board of Directors; Decommissioning Leadership Group; Decom North Sea Projects.

Decom North Sea Projects; Supply Chain Report; Environmental Appraisal Guidelines; Salvage and Decommissioning - Review of New Contract Template Options. Decommissioning of North Sea oil and gas facilities An introductory assessment of potential impacts, costs and opportunities Background report phase 1 Living North Sea Initiative IMSA Amsterdam April LNS_DEFFile Size: 2MB.

Publication description Welcome to the Decommissioning Insight. Now in its tenth year of publication, it has tracked the emergence of a new phase in the life of the North Sea and reflects the accelerating pace of change across the sector.

Ten years ago, only a handful of fields had been decommissioned. c2 Royal Academy of Engineering Decommissioning in the North Sea 1 Contents 1. Introduction 2 2. The scale of the challenge 3 3.

The regulatory framework 6 4. Costs and liabilities 8 5. Innovation and shared learning 12 6. Skills deficiency 14 7. Public awareness 16 8. Alternatives 18 9. Conclusions 22 Footnotes 24 Decommissioning in the North Sea.

Decom North Sea has published a directory of nearly supply chain firms which can support decommissioning in the North Sea. Scottish Enterprise and the. Figure 3: Forecast of decommissioning capacity constraints, Northern North Sea (October ) 4 0 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 Weight (Te) 4 Decommissioning in the North Sea: Review of Decommissioning Capacity, Arup, Decom North Sea File Size: 1MB.

Decom North Sea’s annual Awards Dinner and Conference, Decom Offshore, returns to Aberdeen this year and will be held at its newest conference venue, P&J Live, ideally located next to Aberdeen International Airport. North Sea is working to enhance knowledge transfer and facilitate collaborative activities to deliver “game changing solutions”.

Attendees will learn strategies to minimise decommissioning costs, ensure best value for tax payers and maximise business potential. NoRTh SEa DEcommiSSioNiNg - challENgES aND oPPoRTuNiTiES 11 OCTOBER.

North Sea decommissioning: Primed for a boom? The complexities and challenges associated with decommissioning North Sea offshore oil and gas assets have dampened M&A activity in the past—but change is coming.

Following the sharp drop in oil prices inincumbent owners, keen to repair their balance sheets, started to view their aging. Britain’s North Sea oil infrastructure is being dismantled, rig by rig, after falling oil prices made the industry unprofitable.

Many in the north of Scotland hope decommissioning can provide a. Shutting down oil and gas operations in the North Sea is likely to cost double the government’s current target, leaving younger generations with a hefty tax bill.

An analysis of current government figures suggests the goal of £39bn to dismantle the region’s pipelines and wells is a significant underestimate.