Veolia and Peterson have accepted the first offshore structure into their Great Yarmouth decommissioning facility. The Shell Leman BH platform accommodation block, arrived into the harbour on the 11th of July. The 50m-high steel jacket structure that supported the topside is due to follow later in July. The topside structure, which was previously used as living quarters for personnel working on the Leman BT and Leman BK platforms, has now come to its new home to be recycled.
SAIL Den Helder is, with the backdrop of the international Tall Ships the biggest 2017 public event in the Netherlands. A magnificent nautical event in the northern part of North Holland. From 22 June up to and including 25 June 2017, Sail Den Helder will be organised for the fifth time. Peterson is proud to sponsor this fantastic event.
Peterson has provided the De Meerpaal school with a donation to support the development of a safe playground area in their new facility. This project is part of our corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme ‘Dare to Care’.
The benefits of sharing resources are all the more obvious in a low price environment. The latest edition of Wireline takes a look at the maritime initiatives led by Peterson that are continuing to make waves.
Peterson is pleased to be working together with decommissioning partner Veolia to support the decommissioning of the Buchan Alpha floating production unit. Repsol Sinopec Resources UK today announced its decision to use the Veolia-Peterson operated Lerwick Dales Voe facility, recently developed by Lerwick Port Authority.
Procurement specialist 80:20, a Peterson company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kirk Hoffman as Director for the Americas region.