The Decommissioning Proposition-An overview of abandonment and decommissioning of offshore structure

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Technical lecture
05 December 2017 18:00 - 20:00
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It is an inevitable consequence of operation that offshore hydrocarbon reserves become depleted and infrastructure made redundant.  Abandonment and decommissioning presents as either a necessary burden or business opportunity.  Historically, there has been far more said about decommissioning than has been done but this situation is changing.  This talk is an introduction and it is hoped that it will be of general interest, demonstrating that working effectively and safely with the complexities and hazards associated with decommissioning could be motivating and rewarding.

You will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss issues with the speaker and others at the end of the evening.

An overview of abandonment and decommissioning of offshore structures and pipeline systems
It is an inevitable consequence of operation that offshore hydrocarbon reserves become depleted and infrastructure made redundant.  Abandonment and decommissioning presents as either a necessary burden or business opportunity.  Historically, there has been far more said about decommissioning than has been done but this situation is changing.  This talk is an introduction and it is hoped that it will be of general interest, demonstrating that working effectively and safely with the complexities and hazards associated with decommissioning could be motivating and rewarding.

Speaker(s)

Graeme Roberts, who works for Subsea 7, which is a tier 1 offshore installation contractor.

Address

Jacqueline Wilson Room, Penrhyn Road Campus, Kingston University
Jacqueline Wilson Room, Main Building
Penrhyn Road Campus
Kingston University
Kingston upon Thames
KT1 2EE
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Esfandiar Khaleghi

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Alternative contact Rami Telikapalli

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