Over the next decade, over two million oil & gas wells on our planet require permanent closure. Closing wells and removing the infrastructure is complex and costly, and takes a lot of engineering resources. To save time and execute in the most cost effective manner, WellDecommissioned offers innovative analytics and planning software. This enables both the owners and the industry supply chain to optimise decommissioning at lower risk, time and cost.
Our innovative WellDecommissioned Apollo software allows users to review and plan decommissioning at concept and detail level within software. This includes what-if analysis and comparison of equipment, services and methods. Your engineers can now optimise and prepare projects in a fast and easy manner.
We know that fit-for-purpose solutions and equipment utilisation are vital to successful project delivery. To achieve this we work with operators, contractors and manufacturers.
Clients either directly use our licence software, or obtain advise from our industry experts and analysts.
WellDecommissioned software and expertise is applied worldwide. Over the recent year our software and team have been to work in Europe, Australia and Asia. Over 20 operators and supply chain parties have already benefited from our software optimisation. Here’s a few examples of recent projects:
- Europe – North Sea well decommissioning analytics, the biggest North Sea campaign of the last decade.
- Europe, Asia and Australia – offshore platform and subsea well decommissioning planning.
- Benchmarks – comparison of rigs, work-over units, and methods – involving specific work scope.
- Europe removal and installation scan for 160 platforms involving 30 crane vessels at the North Sea
We assist clients during the initiation and project planning stages, following through during execution. Our industry expert team has in-house structured software to ensure any project is set-up optimally from the start.
WellDecommissioned collaborates to make decommissioning a commodity, and to expedite the energy transition.