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Beerenberg wins frame agreement for decommissioning work

 Beerenberg wins frame agreement for decommissioning workBeerenberg wins frame agreement for decommissioning work

Beerenberg, one of our corporate members, signed a frame agreement with Allseas Group S.A. for specialised RAT and mechanical services for decommissioning work in the North Sea.

Beerenberg signs a frame agreement with Allseas Group S.A. for specialised RAT and mechanical services for decommissioning work in the North Sea.

The new frame agreement is categorised with a substantial (2) potential and has a firm duration of five years with the potential for a further extension of 1 year.

The first project under the frame agreement entails specialised services in conjunction with removal of a large platform on the UKCS. Planning for this work will start immediately, and the removal of the platform is planned for 2025.

Beerenberg has extensive experience in complex mechanical and rigging operations with RAT where strict requirements and quality are emphasised.

Arild Apelthun, CEO at Beerenberg said: “We are delighted that Allseas has chosen us as partner for their decommissioning projects on the UK sector.”

(1) A sizeable contract is defined to be between NOK 50 million and NOK 100 million.
(2) A substantial contract is between NOK 100 million and NOK 200 million.
(3) A large contract is over NOK 200 million.

About Beerenberg

The Beerenberg Group has been delivering innovative service solutions to the oil and gas sector for more than 40 years. Beerenberg’s expertise covers the entire life cycle from field studies and new builds to maintenance, modifications, and lifetime extensions – always focusing on improved HSE/Q, productivity, and consistency.

Beerenberg Thailand was inaugurated in April 2020. One of its first activities was the material fabrication and service installation of thermal protection for the prestigious Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 Production Platform in Laem Chabang, Thailand and Haugesund, Norway. In June 2021 Beerenberg Thailand commenced with manufacturing and production of passive fire protection boxes for critical assets of the LNG Industry.

Energy conservation solutions and sustainability are one of Beerenberg’s strategy’s cornerstones. Beerenberg believes its expertise from the oil and gas industry is the key to sustainable development and works systematically to reduce the impact on the environment in which it operates.

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