DeepOcean awarded a significant EPRD recycling contract

The UK operation of ocean services provider DeepOcean has been awarded a significant contract by Spirit Energy Production UK Ltd. for removal and disposal services of the operator’s North Sea decommissioning portfolio. DeepOcean will cooperate with Heerema Marine Contractors to deliver the work.
The EPRD (engineering, preparations, removal, and disposal) contract includes both firm work and optional scope that can be called off by the client during the contract period. DeepOcean will lead its part of the work out of its office in Aberdeen, UK.
The firm scope involves decommissioning of A-Fields and Ensign fields, while the optional work includes a range of up to ten fields in the southern North Sea region, in both UK and Dutch sectors.
Following a joint tender submitted in cooperation with Heeema Marine Contractors, both firms have secured contracts that will be executed under a tripartite Collaboration Agreement.
DeepOcean will be responsible for the removal and recycling of all subsea assets at the relevant fields, while Heerema will perform the removal and recycling of the topside and substructures. The subsea scope will engage a variety of vessels within the DeepOcean versatile fleet and typically includes subsea structures, rigid pipelines, flexibles, umbilicals, and mattresses as well as providing associated engineering and project management services.
DeepOcean has not disclosed the value of the contract.

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