List of Top Decommissioning Companies 

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    Vinçotte was established almost 140 years ago, and since 1989 it has existed in the form of a merger of AIB and Vinçotte: the strengths of the two entities pooled as a wholly Belgian enterprise.


Frequently Asked Questions: Decommissioning

How does Energy Dais help in finding the best oil and gas decommissioning services?

For the successful execution of your projects, it is important to find an appropriate company with a good track record. We help you in connecting with the top oil and gas decommissioning companies and get the best quotation for decommissioning and abandonment services.

What is the annual subscription model of Energy Dais?

We have designed affordable annual subscription plans which would help you get leads for your business. You can have a look at our pricing chart by clicking on this link: These plans are customized according to the specific needs and requirements of your business.

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Which countries do you cover with respect to oil and gas decommissioning?

We have listed some of the prominent companies from India, the MENA region and the North America region.

What are the costs involved in decommissioning?

It’s very difficult to establish the costs involved in decommissioning as a number of factors determine the price such as the installation typology, the site geomorphology, the choice whether to remove partially or entirely the installation, the market conditions, the presence of key personnel and so on.

How does decommissioning work?

Decommissioning is done in 10 steps which are: Project Management, Engineering and Planning; Permitting and Regulatory Compliance; Platform Preparation; Well Plugging and Abandonment; Conductor Removal; Mobilization and Demobilization of Derrick Barges; Platform Removal; Pipeline and Power Cable Decommissioning; Materials Disposal; and Site Clearance.

What are the challenges involved in decommissioning?

Lack of a clear timeline as to when an operation will come to an end poses some serious issues. Decommissioning companies are also deferring investments in new equipment and technology. Considerably higher costs are involved in decommissioning.

Why should I get a custom quote for oil and gas decommissioning?

A custom quote for decommissioning services will be according to your requirement. This will allow you to get the best rates from oil and gas decommissioning companies across the globe. We work on a zero commission and zero referral fee business model, eliminating any unnecessary expense. We maintain complete transparency, which means that the buyers and suppliers can directly communicate through our platform and negotiate the prices. All this comes at a reasonable annual fee from manufacturers and suppliers who subscribe to our plans.

What are the benefits of subscribing to our plans?

Energy Dais is a transparent oil and gas directory where equal opportunities are provided to all manufacturers and service providers to showcase their products. It gives you a chance to be visible in the higher positions of the directory. We understand that every company has a specific budget for marketing itself in the market. Thus, we offer a pretty reasonable pricing chart for companies. We make sure that you get the best quotation for your products and services. Here, you will be at an advantage with respect to decommissioning services.

Can I find oil and gas decommissioning services according to my location?

Yes. We help you find the most efficient oil and gas decommissioning services irrespective of your location. We simplify your search by connecting you with top oil and gas decommissioning companies in your location, according to your budget and business requirement.

Can Energy Dais help me with logistics and Inspection?

Yes. We use third-party companies to provide best quotations for your shipment and inspection of manufactured goods. We make sure that you get quality products from the manufacturer at the best price.

What are the international regulations w.r.t decommissioning?

The main international legal principles for decommissioning are: 1958 Geneva Convention on the Continental Shelf; 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS); Non-binding International Maritime Organization Guidelines and Standards of the Removal of Offshore Installations and Structures on the Continental Shelf and in the Exclusive Economic Zone and the OSPAR Convention.

What are the environmental issues associated with decommissioning?

The most serious environmental concern associated with decommissioning is that of disposal of hazardous waste and chemicals generated during production activities. Thus, the process requires expertise and skilled personnel.

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