Decom North Sea Calls for Industry Support

Decom North Sea, the representative body for the offshore decommissioning industry, has called for the industry to support its Late Life Planning Portal (L2P2) website, which is designed to help the North Sea oil and gas sector in the planning and execution of late life and decommissioning projects.

Providing a single access point for knowledge sharing and cross sector learning, L2P2 has reached the stakeholder evaluation, and requires input from those with decommissioning experience. Decom North Sea is reaching out to the oil and gas industry in an effort to attain information regarding best practice, company guidelines and case studies related to the decommissioning sector.

Interim Chief Executive of Decom North Karen Seath commented in a company statement:

“L2P2 provides us with a fundamental step change in the way industry approaches the decommissioning era.  As decommissioning activity increases, focused planning procedures are required and L2P2 will provide the toolkit to which industry can refer during the ten year decommissioning planning phase.

“Before it can become fully operational, we need to hear from those already involved in decommissioning activity. Not only do we want to hear about best practice, company guidelines, case studies and more, we are also recruiting volunteer ‘Workstream Champions’ to assess and verify content for inclusion in L2P2 in the coming months and years. I would urge anyone with a desire to ensure a successful future for North Sea decommissioning to contact DNS interim business manager, Pamela Ogilvie at”


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