End of life services for offshore facilities
Work has commenced on our own designated decommissioning area where assets from offshore decommissioning projects will be cut and broken down before being distributed for cleaning and processing. Construction of the area is being undertaken by Inverurie-based company Hunter Construction. We look forward to expanding our decommissioning capabilities in future.
- Largest Chain and Anchor port in Europe
- Close proximity to North Sea oil rigs and the largest offshore wind farm in Scotland
- Economical harbourside leasing opportunities
- Onsite stevedoring available 24/7
- Trust Port infrastructure
- Accessible road & rail network
- Close proximity to Baker Hughes Centre of Excellence, Crown Estate Scotland’s future ZeroFour site and other key industry players
- Agility and speed of turnaround
- Affordable layover costs
- Sheltered Harbour
- Experience of team and local network
- £22 million invested since 2011 in quayside developments
The project is called Plug Montrose and is a 50/50 joint venture set up between Montrose Port Authority and Plug Shore Power Ltd where an electricity supply is given to vessels at berth, allowing them to switch off their engines and reduce emissions.
Pictured above are Maria Bos, CEO of Plug Shore Power Ltd and Tom Hutchison, CEO of Montrose Port Authority
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