DecomWorld: North Sea Offshore Decommissioning: Challenges Addressed At Aberdeen Conference
Decommissioning in the North Sea has seen a rise in applications and execution of decommissioning projects over the past 12months.
(PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Coupled with the recent government announcement concerning decommissioning Relief Deeds, activity in the region is more evident than ever before.
With the cost of decommissioning in the North Sea estimated at £4.5 billion in the next five years alone, it is more important than ever for operator's to evaluate their decommissioning strategy to ensure a safe and effective programme whilst keeping project costs to a minimum.
The increase in offshore decommissioning activity creates a long-term challenge for operators in the market and a lucrative opportunity for suppliers and service providers to secure their place in the industry.
With activities on the rise, DecomWorld are hosting the 9th Annual North Sea Decommissioning Conference (November 21-22, Aberdeen). This event will bring together 200+ senior decommissioning experts from the local regulatory bodies, oil and gas operators, integrated contractors and specialist vendors to discuss decommissioning strategy to ensure a safe and effective programme whilst keeping project costs to a minimum.
The conference this year will give you the opportunity to:
- Network with other decommissioning experts from oil and gas operators including BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, DONG, Eni UK, INAgip, Maersk Oil, Nexen, Premier Oil, Shell, Statoil, Talisman and more…
- Review the regulations affecting industry and the way in which you carry out decommissioning in the region, with presentations from DECC, HSE and HM Treasury
- Benefit from an in-depth economic analysis and activity forecast from Prof Alex Kemp to aid your business planning and understand the changes that may affect your decommissioning strategy
Places are limited so reserve your place now at https://secure.decomworld.com/nsd/register.php
For more information, feel free to get in touch
Head of Sector
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