A Scottish dry dock which is seeking to host major North Sea decommissioning and renewables projects has received a £1million upgrade.

Kishorn Port in the West Highlands has received a new mooring system designed to secure the its two concrete caisson gates, each weighing 11,000 tonnes when floated.

The drydock was recently refurbished, having been a site for major North Sea construction projects like the Ninian Central platform in the 1970s, and earlier this year hosted the world’s largest semi-submersible rig, the Ocean GreatWhite.
Photo Credit: Energy Voice

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