Global Maritime Completes Marine Warranty Surveying Decommissioning Scope

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 2/3/2022, Location: Europe

Global Maritime recently completed the Marine Warranty (MWS) scope for decommissioning the LOGGS Complex in Southern North Sea.

The five bridge linked platforms were removed with Saipem vessel “S7000”. The operations were supported by the vessel “North Sea Giant”. All jackets, topsides and bridges have been transported and loaded in at Able UK, Hartlepool where they will be dismantled for recycling.

Robert Askins, London Operations Manager: “Global Maritime are delighted to achieve this significant milestone. Working collaboratively with the client to complete this complex decommissioning campaign safely and efficiently is a testament to our strong working relationship.”


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