InterMoor UK Boosts Decom Services

InterMoor has added rigless well abandonment capabilities to its UK-based services.

Consolidating the capabilities of former sister company OIS Ltd, InterMoor UK can now help plan and execute turnkey suspended well decommissioning campaigns. This includes vessel charter and project management of all onshore and offshore operations from the initial review of well schematics to the production of end of well reports.

Mike Kearney, Decommissioning Lead, InterMoor, said: “In the current industry downturn, not owning a vessel is an advantage, as it means we can focus 100% of our efforts on the needs of the client rather than on our vessel utilization rate. Our team which has joined the existing InterMoor project team, is experienced in planning commercially efficient solutions with significant client benefits.

“The team has an unrivalled track record in the successful decommissioning of suspended wells and has completed 128 wells since 1996 in the North Sea. Merging these long-standing capabilities to the experience and support of the InterMoor marine staff will certainly add great value to our customers.”

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