UK industry faces $40 billion-plus outlay for decommissioning

Dymond, Paul
September 2009
Offshore;Sep2009, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p72
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the decommissioning of offshore infrastructures in Great Britain. It notes that the legislation on the disposal of disused offshore installations would result to the removal of 470 installations which operate on Great Britain's continental shelf. It mentions that the decommissioning of gas and oil installations would cost about 3 billion pounds. Measures of the Oil & Gas UK to ensure that the decommissioning is carried out efficiently and effectively are tackled.


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