Decommissioning

Decommissioning

05 Sep 2017, 14:30 - 16:30

Forbes Room

Language:
English

North Sea decommissioning is currently a £2 billion a year business, forecast to grow to at least £3 or £4 billion a year over the next few years. Decommissioning generates little or no value, so the focus on cost efficiency is paramount. In this session we will hear about three innovative solutions that have helped drive down decommissioning costs. We will also hear about an initiative in the Netherlands that aims to create efficiencies of scale by bringing together decommissioning projects from multiple Operators and optimising the overall decommissioning programme. 


1430

186133

Brent Charlie Ultra Late Life: Managing for Optimum Decommissioning
F.S. Sanwoolu, D. Leybourne, I. Jackson, M. Soleimani, A.T. Colman, Shell U.K. Limited

1500

186147

Decommissioning Optimization in a Multi-Operator Landscape
T.D. Huijskes, R.E. Stoeller, E. Kreft, E.T. van Ewijk, C.T. van Langen, B.C. Scheffers, EBN B.V.; G.W. de Mare, H.C. Bossers, M.H. de Wolff, G.G. de Vries, ORTEC B.V.

1530

186113

Using a Resin-only Solution to Complete a Permanent Abandonment Operation in the Gulf of Mexico
J. Davis, Oceaneering International, Inc.

 

1600

186129

“The Sound of Silence”: Innovative Approach to Confirm Barriers Using Spectral Noise Logging
G.Z. Ishmukhametova, E. Fokkema, O. Kelder, NAM - Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij BV; C. Rodger, A. Yurchenko, TGT Oilfield Services


Alternate

186153

Verification of Barriers in a Suspension or Abandonment Phase
T. Bruce, Interwell

 

Contributors

  • Jostein Kvale,

    Chairperson

    Shell

  • Richard Neilsen

    Chairperson

    University of Aberdeen

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