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By using digital twin technology we are able to augment the reverse lifecycle process for late life and decommissioning


‘We need to maximise the potential economic value of the North Sea’ - OGA


Controlling and reducing cost

Extending the life of the North Sea

Placing the UK as a global leader in decommissioning

Environmental responsibilities

Setting a standard


How do we prevent an operator’s decommissioning costs from rising?


Data; Availability and Quality

I want to get to information quickly and I want to know it’s accurate


The main challenges related to data:

  • Gathering and sharing data with other project stakeholders

  • Being able to query and update data (e.g. maintenance history, replacements, modifications, etc.) currently stored on a variety of databases and software tools.

  • Providing optimised maintenance and decommissioning programs

Knowing what data you need, and planning to have that data available is critical to the productivity of the Decommissioning Team. The data needed to manage late life and decommissioning is a different mix to the metrics we use during production.

The keys to successful data management are

  • Knowing what to collect and how to collect it

  • Data availability

  • Data quality


Using an evolving standard model

Keeping it simple


Competitive tendering

Having access to a digital application that links operators to the supply chain, to share information and promote a competitive tendering process – can increase the opportunities for a circular economy


Circular economy


Smart tools


Weights and materials


Digital Twin


What’s out there?


Timeline and Monitoring


Comparative Assessments


Digital 3D Map of the subsea basin


As-built subsea