NOF Energy member Decom North Sea is organising a 'Decommissioning Learning Journey to Peterhead' on 15th August. Peterhead has a long successful history of supplying services to the energy sector. For many years Peterhead Port Authority, ASCO and many other businesses in the local area have provided a leading logistics centre for offshore support and played a key role in providing services to the subsea sector. The area has built up a vast experience of servicing North Sea oil and gas activity.
The new Smith Quay at Peterhead Port can accommodate vessels up to 170 metres long and has a minimum water depth of 10 metres. Smith Quay has a working area of 16,000 square metres - including heavy-lift and module skidding capabilities - and full quayside servicing.
Peterhead is also home to Nuvia SITA NORM’s new, multi-million pound treatment facility, which cleans and recycles equipment from North Sea oil and gas operations affected by Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM). The facility is unique in the UK in that it has its own approved, on site disposal route.
Decom North Sea are organising a learning journey to Peterhead for Decom North Sea & NOF Energy members to understand what Peterhead can offer the offshore decommissioning and wider oil & gas industry and to explore opportunities for future collaborations and partnerships.
Presentations and visits are being organised with:
Peterhead Decommissioning Ltd: A consortium of Broad Cairn, Dales Engineering, Enviroco, SCORE and Nuvia SITA NORM who offer a wide range of experience and expertise to the offshore decommissioning market.
Peterhead Energy Hub: A partnership between Peterhead Port Authority and ASCO. The aim of Peterhead Energy Hub is to build on their established success in the oil and gas industry and become recognised as a centre of excellence for the renewable, decommissioning and subsea industries.
Nuvia & Nuvia SITA NORM: A specialist supplier of consultancy and operational services to the international oil and gas industry. Providing Radiation Protection Advice, the processing of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) contaminated components and Decommissioning and waste management, through their unrivalled track record servicing the nuclear industry.
A bus will be provided to transport delegates from the centre of Aberdeen to Peterhead at approx 9:30am returning to Aberdeen at approx 5pm. The bus will also take delegates on a tour of the port facilities and to Nuvia SITA NORM’s facilities.
Cost per delegate to participate on this learning journey will be £55 + VAT. If you are interested contact Sarah Hillyear, Decom Norfth Sea by telephone +44(0) 1224 452170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 6th August.
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