The chief executive of CessCon Decom has warned that a potential “bottleneck” could emerge for onshore dismantling over the coming years as North Sea decommissioning ramps up.
Lee Hanlon, who leads and co-owns the Fife yard operation, said there has recently been a “step-change” in the number of tenders as oil and gas installations reach the end of their lives.
With offshore electrification not being viable for older assets, Mr Hanlon said new emissions reductions requirements will mean some oil platforms will be shut down sooner than expected.
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