Offshore decommissioning today is very much focused on the large offshore platforms and heavy lifts of topsides and jackets. CCB Subsea is focused on what we don’t see; the large quantities of equipment installed on the seabed. This is the equipment that really matters when it comes to cleaning up after oil and gas activities.
We take care of the entire process and supply chain from concept evaluation to recycling and reuse of the removed equipment. We have named the process CEPDR.
All offshore operations are critical when it comes to both safety and cost, so the work is carefully planned to the last detail ahead of time. When CCB Subsea is preparing for an offshore operation, our engineering team will plan the operation together with the offshore crew that will perform the work offshore.
This process can be split in 3:
1) Demolition: CCB Subsea’s preferred Demolition partner is situated on the West coast of Norway. In addition, our parent companies CCB and North Sea Group have several sites around the North Sea basin and along the Norwegian coast where demolition also can take place. Our Demolition Partner sort the equipment and send it to recycling or reuse.
2) Refurbishment; is done in our own workshop, by our experienced subsea mechanics.
3) Reuse: The refurbished equipment is made available for the owner or for sale or rental worldwide through our network of brokers and service providers.
HSEQ: CCB Subsea operates in accordance with the high HSE standard of the CCB group.
During decommissioning when ROV, drilling or lifting vessel is engaged, there is no or only limited room for re-engineering or improvisation. Hence, all planning and engineering for decommissioning is exposed to the highest level of Quality Control.
As part of the decommissioning plan and/or engineering, CCB Subsea performs Environmental Appraisal assessments. This is to ensure that the environmental footprint after the oil and gas activity is minimized or preferably; erased.
We can provide total offshore crews with supervisors and operators to cover day and night shift during operations on 2-4 rotation
Our offshore resources are qualified with regards to: