NEXT GENERATION DECOMMISSIONING

1996

BHP Esmond: HMC removes the three Esmond/Gordon platforms and subsequent delivers to Rotterdam for recycling and disposal.

1996

1998

Shell Brent Spar: Wood-GMC subcontracts HMC to support marine activities for the dismantling and re-use of the Brent Spar Storage and Off-loading Buoy, with the aim of ensuring environmentally-friendly solutions for all stakeholders.

1998

1999

NAM K 11-FA: HMC undertakes decommissioning work for the removal of the K11-FA platform operated by Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V in the Dutch Continental Shelf.

1999

2001

Total Frigg and Froy: HMC carries out decommissioning work on the Frøy platform, the Lille Frigg templates, the East Frigg template and minor work on the Frigg Field. HMC also markets for re-use and the dismantles remaining facilities.

2001

2008

ConocoPhillips Ekofisk Cat 1 & Cat 2 EPRD: HMC carries out decommissioning, removal and disposal/recycling of 9 platforms within the Greater Ekofisk Area from 2008-2014. SSCV’s Hermod and Thialf and DCV Balder perform removal work.

2008

2008

BP NW Hutton: HMC manages the decommissioning, removal and recycling and disposal of the North West Hutton platform, the largest steel jacket platform to be removed from the North Sea at that date.

2008

2016

CNR International Murchison EPRD: Following the earlier award of the contract to the HAF consortium, the Heavy Lift Vessel Thialf safely offloads the lower section of the Murchison Jacket onto the quay of the Environmental Base in Vats.

2016

2019

Statoil Huldra: HAF consortium awarded contract for the disposal and recycling of Huldra. HMC responsible for its removal and transportation onshore, and AF Offshore Decom responsible for disposal and recycling.

2019

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