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The key to reducing decommissioning costs is to start with a clear sighted and full understanding of feasibility. Through our early stage feasibility studies for end of well life, we generate value for our clients from day one. The joined-up nature of our in-house expert technical teams means that clients receive a comprehensive feasibility evaluation that they can trust and make plans around confidently. These are carried out early enough so clients can maximise benefits in the decommissioning process and gain from global learning and emerging technologies in this field.

A flexible, made to measure service

With large scale decommissioning activities ramping up globally, operators face a steep learning curve. Collaboration will be key to achieve cost reduction strategies that operators are searching for in this new age of asset closures. AGR is ahead of this curve, offering clients the flexibility to integrate our experts within their existing teams, or alternatively, providing a fully outsourced service option to free-up internal resources.

Whatever the shape of the relationship with our clients, AGR is dedicated to uncovering cost reduction opportunities and helping operators seize them. Our specialists are experts in the assessment of the full suite of intervention vessels available. This ranges from light vessels, bespoke heavy intervention vessels to conventional rig or rigless based approaches. And where certain methodologies or vessel types inherently carry additional risk, through probabilistic time and cost estimation software our clients receive a clear and concise assessment of all possible outcomes.

Experienced in the most challenging locations

AGR has successfully completed feasibility studies for clients globally, with many of these assignments leading to our further engagement to deliver the detailed design, planning and execution phases of decommissioning.

Our studies have included:

  • Remote locations
  • Environmentally sensitive areas
  • Deepwater
  • Platform rig less intervention
  • Horizontal and vertical tress
  • Reclassification of suspended wells as permanently abandoned.
Enquiries
Andrew Stannard (UK, Med, Africa)
Lynden Duthie (Australia, Asia Pacific)
Svein Sollund (Norway, Americas)