Well-Safe Solutions selects Dundee for onshore marine support base


ABERDEEN -- Well-Safe Solutions, the Aberdeen-based well abandonment specialist, has chosen to locate its onshore marine base in the Port of Dundee.

Well-Safe has secured two acres of quayside facilities with access to 40,000 ft2 of covered space at the Port of Dundee for its marine assets.

Combining a wealth of subsea oil and gas expertise and experience with dedicated marine assets and equipment, Well-Safe is the first-of-its-kind company with complete P&A capability from front-end engineering and design to project execution.

The Port of Dundee, which is rapidly establishing itself as a North Sea Decommissioning hub, will provide Well-Safe Solutions with direct access to deep water quaysides, heavy lifting capabilities, significant dedicated warehouse space and unconstrained access into the established and operating ANSS decommissioning facilities.

At the port, Well-Safe Solutions will work alongside decommissioning industry leaders such as AF Offshore Decom, as part of the soon to be formed AF Dundee, waste management specialist Augean North Sea Services (ANSS), and other decommissioning specialists.

Formed in July this year, Well-Safe Solutions provides a groundbreaking approach to the safe and cost-efficient decommissioning of Well P&A. Set up by high profile industry veterans including Alasdair Locke, Paul Warwick and Mark Patterson, Well-Safe offers a specialist subscription well abandonment service that allows operators to meet the challenges and regulatory imperatives around decommissioning, while significantly reducing cost.

With a commitment to invest £200 million in bespoke assets and grow its workforce to 400 in the next three year, Well-Safe has already secured its first contract with TAQA and amassed an unrivalled pool of well plug and abandonment P&A with a string of high profile appointments, and is on track to have 30 employees by the end of this year at its Aberdeen headquarters.

Related News ///


Comments ///

comments powered by Disqus