2004

ConocoPhillips Ekofisk 2/4 Tank: When the superstructure of the Ekofisk tank was to be removed, AF Offshore Decom picked it clean with excavators and the components were transported to the AF Environmental Base at Vats for source separation and recycling.

2008

ConocoPhillips Ekofisk Cat 1 & Cat 2 EPRD: Awarded under the banner of the HAF consortium, the contract to remove nine platforms on the Ekofisk field was the largest removal project of offshore installations in the North Sea, and the largest awarded to AF Offshore Decom.

2011

Statoil H7 & B11: The planning, design, removal, source separation and recycling of the structure meant a total of 9,000 tonnes was removed from the North Sea and transported to the AF Environmental Base at Vats for source separation.

2014

CNR International Murchison EPRD: The contract for the removal and recycling of CNR International’s Murchison platform comprising of a 24,000 tonnes topside and a 14,000 tonnes jacket was awarded to the HAF consortium.

2016

Maersk Oil UK’s Janice A FPU: The structure weighing approximately 18,500 tonnes was cut up at the dock at the AF Environmental Base, Vats and the processing facility cleaned onshore prior to demolition and recycling, representing an expansion of the company’s services.

2017

ConocoPhillips Ekofisk Cat 3 EPRD: The unprecedented contract awarded to the HAF consortium continued, comprising the removal of nine platforms at Ekofisk and involving planning, dismantling and recycling a total of 140,000 tonnes of steel structures.

2019

Statoil Huldra: The contract for the disposal and recycling of Huldra platform was awarded to the HAF consortium, with the activities due to be carried out at the Environmental base in Vats during the first half of 2020.

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