Decommissioning and late life solutions - Aquaterra Energy

Decommissioning and late life solutions

Safe re-entry and removal of assets

Cost effective solutions for safe and efficient well re-entry and decommissioning

In collaboration with Oceaneering, Aquaterra Energy offers complete decommissioning and late life solution packages. This includes tooling and services in four distinct areas:

  • Platform well abandonment
  • Subsea well abandonment
  • Topside and jacket removals
  • Subsea removals

Operating primarily in the Southern North Sea, the combined offering delivers a local, expansive tooling portfolio complemented with intelligent engineering and extensive project management expertise. The suite of services can be deployed either for rig-based or rigless methodologies.  Together, the companies offer specialist equipment, expertise and the track record to deliver safe and successful well re-entry and abandonment solutions for decommissioning oil and gas wells.

 

Our experience

We are a dedicated team of in-house project, structural and design engineers, analysts and offshore service technicians.

Flexibility

We understand that every asset and abandonment will have its own unique challenges, therefore our packages are flexible and can be applied to any platform well abandonment project.


Project management

We offer clients a seamless engineering and project management solution to ensure project success. Together, our dedicated teams of in-house engineers, analysts and offshore service technicians will take care of challenges involving interfaces, equipment and handling. This enables your engineers and operators to focus on what they do best.

10+

Years of experience delivering decommissioning projects for 30+ global operators across 4 continents

120+

Experienced people working as a team to deliver your decommissioning needs
  • "More than £15.2bn will be spent on decom in the UKCS over the next decade, with 2379 wells expected to be decommissioned in the North Sea over the next ten years."
    James Larnder
    Managing Director