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Interview with George Reed of Thorold Dewling Oil and Gas Recruitment, by Stephen Robb:

George Reed will admit he’s failed in business, because he’s convinced that failure six years ago is a major factor behind his current company enjoying the fastest growth by turnover of any in London and the South East right now.

“It was a disaster,” he recalls. “But you have to…

Veolia Wins North Sea Platform Decommissioning Contract – First of a Kind Project:

Veolia group, through its subsidiary Veolia Environmental Services UK, has won a prestigious contract to decommission a 14,000-tonne oil platform in the Norwegian North Sea.

With a recycling goal of 99.7%, this contract, which represents significant revenue, confirms Veolia’s expertise as it continues to strengthen its position in the offshore…

Scotland, a Future Global Leader in Decommissioning:

Shetland is bidding to become a global leader in a multi-billion pound industry as a result of over £20million of investment announced by Cabinet Secretary John Swinney today.

A set of multi-million pound investments by Lerwick Port Authority and international energy logistics company Peterson aims to create a decommissioning centre…

North Sea oilfields offer new prospects:

For three decades the UK, Norway and Netherlands have feasted on the large volumes of oil and gas discovered in the North Sea.

But as production in the prolific basin declines, a multibillion dollar clean-up operation is required to return an area of sea pockmarked with ageing platforms, wells and…

Scots firms urged to take lead in £30bn North Sea decommissioning rush:

Scotland has the potential to become a world leader in decommissioning obsolete North Sea oil industry infrastructure, it has been claimed.

Energy Minister Fergus Ewing said the practice would be worth at least £30billion by 2040.

The Inverness and Nairn MSP said the Scottish Government wanted oil fields to continue to…

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