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Working with stakeholders

日本一本道最新高清无码We engage widely with stakeholders. These can be individuals or groups that may either be affected by decommissioning activities, or have an interest in the decommissioning programme. Their expertise and feedback can contribute to the shaping of the design, planning and execution of decommissioning projects. Consultation can include discussions with government officials; non-governmental organisations; industry representatives; scientific institutions; and local communities, including fishing communities.

For example, since 2007 we have engaged with more than 180 separate stakeholder organisations as part of the  taking place in the UK North Sea. Their feedback and input will help inform our recommendations to the UK government.

A record-breaking offshore lift

How the 24,200-tonne Brent Delta platform was lifted and carried to an industrial recycling centre more than 700 kilometres away.  

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Making the most of our resources

We are developing advanced techniques to recover up to 30% more energy resources from existing oil fields. 

Unlocking oil and gas

We are developing ways to unlock new energy resources safely and efficiently, often in more challenging environments.

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日本一本道最新高清无码We are using our know-how, technology and innovation to help deliver more and cleaner energy for the world's growing population.