Offshore Europe, held last week in Aberdeen at the new P&J Live venue, was a great success.
Among the 38,000 visitors that attended, many were from the Forth and Tay Decommissioning alliance.
Augean North Sea Services, Bureau Veritas and John Lawrie Group had stands at the show and all reported a steady flow of visitors.
Bureau Veritas and Well Safe Solutions also presented at decommissioning workshops on innovative commercial models, a topic close to the heart and part of the alliance foundation.
Many other members attended as visitors and met with the UK and Scottish government and their delegations from Malaysia and Mexico. There was great interest in the Dundee hub, and its member companies.
Decommissioning had an increased visibility at this year’s show as did the ever increasingly popular topics of energy transition and digitisation. Much of the talk was on the industry’s right to operate and how the industry could help be a solution, rather than a problem in the challenge to get to net zero carbon.
Forth and Tay Decommissioning is committed to delivering a more environmentally friendly solution to decommissioning, and its offering greatly reduces carbon emissions and fuel usage through the optimisation of logistics, co-location of services and state of the art equipment and vessels.