NEWS AND MEDIA

Pipelines and The Circular Economy

Decom Engineering’s Nick McNally looks at how our decommissioning solutions can maximise the potential for pipeline repurposing and recycling.

With 7,500km of pipelines to be decommissioned over the next 10 years in the UK and Norway alone, there has never been a better time to explore how these pipelines can be removed and recycled in a way that minimises carbon footprints and encourages the re-use of such high quality steel tubulars. Since its establishment in 2011, this has been the core mission of Decom Engineering – developing innovative solutions for decommissioning that carry a positive environmental impact.

Remove and recycle: There are two aspects to this problem – initially how to remove pipelines in a way that is cost effective and results in minimal damage, thus allowing maximum potential for re-use and then crucially, to find a valuable way to repurpose or recycle it.

Read the full article on page 6 of this issue of Decom North Sea’s Decom News.

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NEWS AND MEDIA

Pipelines and The Circular Economy

Decom Engineering’s Nick McNally looks at how our decommissioning solutions can maximise the potential for pipeline repurposing and recycling.

With 7,500km of pipelines to be decommissioned over the next 10 years in the UK and Norway alone, there has never been a better time to explore how these pipelines can be removed and recycled in a way that minimises carbon footprints and encourages the re-use of such high quality steel tubulars. Since its establishment in 2011, this has been the core mission of Decom Engineering – developing innovative solutions for decommissioning that carry a positive environmental impact.

Remove and recycle: There are two aspects to this problem – initially how to remove pipelines in a way that is cost effective and results in minimal damage, thus allowing maximum potential for re-use and then crucially, to find a valuable way to repurpose or recycle it.

Read the full article on page 6 of this issue of Decom North Sea’s Decom News.

NEWS AND MEDIA

Pipelines and The Circular Economy

Decom Engineering’s Nick McNally looks at how our decommissioning solutions can maximise the potential for pipeline repurposing and recycling.

With 7,500km of pipelines to be decommissioned over the next 10 years in the UK and Norway alone, there has never been a better time to explore how these pipelines can be removed and recycled in a way that minimises carbon footprints and encourages the re-use of such high quality steel tubulars. Since its establishment in 2011, this has been the core mission of Decom Engineering – developing innovative solutions for decommissioning that carry a positive environmental impact.

Remove and recycle: There are two aspects to this problem – initially how to remove pipelines in a way that is cost effective and results in minimal damage, thus allowing maximum potential for re-use and then crucially, to find a valuable way to repurpose or recycle it.

Read the full article on page 6 of this issue of Decom North Sea’s Decom News.

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