Brent spar disposal options unveiled

08/19/1996
Shell U.K. Exploration & Production has disclosed 30 initial proposals by 19 contractors and/or groups for disposal of Brent spar oil storage and loading buoy, currently moored in a Norwegian fjord. Shell Expro in July unveiled a list of contractors that would be asked to prepare outline proposals. From this, a short list of about six options will be chosen this year (OGJ, July 22, p. 20). Of the 30 options, 19 are for onshore scrapping and 11 are non-scrapping schemes. Short-listed contractors will be asked to produce detailed proposals, which will be further analyzed before Shell Expro submits its preferred disposal option to the U.K. government in 1997. The government approved a...
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