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We are extremely pleased that ENRESA has selected Westinghouse and EDF to continue supporting the decommissioning activities at Vandellos I Nuclear Power Station, said Yves Brachet, Westinghouse vice president, Global Decommissioning, Decontamination, Remediation and Waste Management.
Just 2% of all spending in the UKCS went on decommissioning in 2010, but the report said that could reach 17% by 2025 as production comes to an end.
The OGA has set the target of reducing decommissioning costs by 35%, with the report saying there was a "shared desire" from both the industry and the UK government to achieve this.
The addition of LEL Decom and its expert datacenter decommissioning services will allow LEL to continue to provide unmatched service and maximize the return for their customers within every industry.
In the next five years, Europe will absorb about 50% of global decommissioning spending as the industry removes major offshore structures from the North Sea.
I look forward to utilising my knowledge of the industry and working closely with the board to ensure that Decom North Sea continues to be at the forefront of the decommissioning agenda.
With the increase in such complexities, the demand for nuclear decommissioning is expected to grow in the coming years.
It's in the signed document-that the MILF has to undertake the decommissioning process.
She said the implementation of the decommissioning agreement does not necessarily hinge on the BBL.
That decision will expedite the timeline for decommissioning the plant by about 30 years.
During the next decade, more than 2,300km of pipeline, infrastructure from 74 fields, over 70 subsea projects and more than 130 installations are scheduled for decommissioning, estimates the annual decommissioning report from industry body Oil & Gas UK, which draws on the plans of 27 operators on the UKCS.
MEP Ingeborg GrA[currency]ssle expressed satisfaction with the visit to the Bulgarian N-plant and informed that the probe had established that decommissioning activities were actually taking place.