Norwegian oil rigs will be scrapped in Frederikshavn

The first generation of oil rigs and oil ships will soon be facing retirement. Frederikshavn wants them – a new expansion of the port will attract more scrapping business, from Norway to Northern Jutland.

Once the rigs and ships have completed their last jobs in the oil field of the North Sea, Frederikshavn wants to turn them into a scrapping business. The port believes that a new expansion could create a lot of business for the port in regards to recycling the outdated offshore installations and other vessels. The turnover of the scrapping industry in Northern Jutland will be increased substantially.

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