With over 50 years experience as a leading centre for installing and servicing Southern North Sea gas platforms, the East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ) is ideally positioned to lead the decommissioning sector.

It has the skills and experience of working with the offshore structures in an often hostile environment. In some cases, companies from the region will even be involved in decommissioning the same platforms which they helped install.

There is a potential market of £30billion over the next 30 years with more than 470 platforms eventually to be wholly or partially removed from the North Sea.

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