“The pipeline decommissioning specialist said it had bagged two contracts worth more than £300,000 in the North Sea and offshore west Africa.


Decom has designed and developed its own range of cold-cutting saws which can be used to tackle a variety of energy decommissioning tasks.

Headquartered in Cookstown, Northern Ireland, the family-run company recently invested over £250,000 in a new 6,000 square feet Aberdeenshire base at Potterton, near Dyce, to be closer to North Sea oil and gas clients.

Its latest win includes a conductor recovery and removal project on a vessel in the North Sea, during which the firm’s C1 Chopsaw is expected to complete eight cuts on behalf of a global offshore contractor.”

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