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Report: Bigger market for decommissioning on the UK shelf

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Offshore carriers and salvage companies can look forward to a larger billion-dollar market for the decommissioning of rigs on the UK Continental Shelf ahead of 2024, shows a new report from Oil & Gas UK. A total of 47 new projects are included in the latest survey.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 14.10.16 at 10:12

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