National Decommissioning Centre opened in Scotland

The National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) was opened on 11 January in Newburgh by UK government Minister Lord Duncan, and Scottish Minister for Energy, Connectivity and the Islands Paul Wheelhouse. The NDC is a partnership between the Oil & Gas Technology Centre and the University of Aberdeen and aims to support decommissioning activity through reducing cost, extending field life and science-based thought leadership.

The centre is to receive £90mn in funding from both the UK and Scottish governments, as well as funding from the University of Aberdeen and the private sector. It aims to become a global leader in decommissioning, as well as academic research into the area.

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