New technology, engagement with regulators and knowledge sharing will be among the issues addressed at a major decommissioning conference in St Andrews later this month.
Dundee decommissioning chief claims Shetland port choice is politically motivated and could cost taxpayer £100 million
The man leading Dundee’s bid to be a decommissioning hub has blasted a decision to develop ultra deep facilities at a rival port, claiming the bill for taxpayers could reach £100 million.
Council leader John Alexander has hit back at suggestions Dundee's port will be ignored for oil and gas decommissioning works.
A former chief executive of Dundee Port Authority has demanded a retraction of the ‘false claims that the port is not deep enough for decommissioning work amid fears the incident could do “long term damage” to Dundee’s reputation as a marine facility.
Sir, – At last the long awaited and much anticipated V&A is up and running, hopefully to become the success intended.
Dundee's bid to become a centre for large-scale oil and gas decommissioning projects was rejected because the approach to the port is "too shallow".
Up until this week I had barely heard mention of Dales Voe within the context of the Scottish offshore infrastructure debate.
Shetland has been chosen as the best site for a new ultra-deep port to carry out large-scale decommissioning projects.
The boss behind Dundee’s decommissioning jobs drive has accused the Scottish Government of endangering the city’s efforts by “throwing taxpayers’ money” at their rivals.
The cost of decommissioning oil and gas infrastructure from the UK Continental Shelf has fallen by almost £2 billion, according to a report published today.