Decom Engineering (Decom) has kicked of the new year with numerous project wins and work scopes valued in excess of seven figures.
The decommissioning specialist has secured new projects in Africa, Norway, Thailand and Singapore, while strengthening existing ties in Malaysia.
The UK-based company will mobilise chop saws and supporting crews in Q1 2023 to support campaigns in the Gulf of Thailand, and over in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Decom will provide a C1-24 chop saw with hot slab functionality to assist in the recovery of a production jumper in depths of up to 1,000 m. The acquisition of this work scope came about after Decom was able to successfully prove its technology could success where others had failed.
In Norway, the company will provide support through a tier 1 contractor to a major operator during the summer campaign to cut concrete coated pipelines with its new C1-46 chop saw.
Decom Engineering Managing Director, Sean Conway, commented, “It is an encouraging start to the year to have an array of international work on the books, and it confirms that out chop saws and operational cutting expertise is seen as an integral component of complex subsea asset recovery and decommissioning projects.
“Our strategy is to continue investing in expanding the capabilities of our chop saws to meet the technical challenges faced by clients, and we are in the process of developing a larger chop saw, capable of cutting piping infrastructure up to 46” in diameter.”