Northern Eire-based Decom Engineering has stated it has gained two contracts price greater than £300,000 within the North Sea and offshore West Africa. strengthening their repute as a number one supplier of decommissioning companies.
The corporate stated it had designed and developed a spread of chilly chopping saws that are deployed on quite a lot of vitality sector decommissioning tasks which require pipelines and related infrastructure to be safely eliminated.
The UK Continental Shelf contract is a conductor restoration and elimination mission deployed topside on a vessel and Decom’s C1 Chopsaw is anticipated to finish eight cuts on behalf of a world offshore contractor.
Individually, Norwegian-headquartered subsea and offshore wind farm contractor Havfram has commissioned Decom to hold out chopping operations on a ROVCON connector in water depths of as much as 800m off the coast of West Africa.
The corporate stated that each tasks have been secured following a collection of technical trials at JFD World’s testing tank and the Nationwide Hyperbaric Centre in Aberdeen, they usually comply with the profitable completion of two phases of one other worldwide workscope offshore within the Gulf of Thailand wherein Decom’s chop saws carried out tons of of cuts on piping of as much as 16” diameter.
Steven Gibson, Senior Engineer with Havfram throughout testing, stated: “The potential of Decom’s noticed to chop the heavy grade materials we’re going to be chopping by means of on the west African seabed, the velocity of the lower, and the power to place it in a really restricted area, have been the driving components in awarding this workscope.”
Value noting, Northern Eire-based Decom opened up a brand new base close to Aberdeen at the beginning of 2022 to be situated nearer to potential North Sea shoppers.