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James Fisher Offshore to work on offshore jacket removal project in Saudi Arabia

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James Fisher Offshore (JFO) has increased its oil and gas decommissioning activities in the Middle East with a new offshore platform jacket removal project in Saudi Arabia. The work will utilise its cutting solution which is capable of delivering significant time-saving efficiencies.

The extensive project, which requires two full spreads of advanced abrasive cutting equipment to be mobilised in support of a leading regional contractor’s jacket removal programme, secures JFO’s integral role in this critical scope of work well into 2020.

Jack Davidson, managing director, JFO commented: “As a key market for JFO, the appetite for our solutions in the Middle East region is very encouraging. There is a clear recognition of our experience, track record and innovation in delivering measurable efficiencies for some of the region’s most notable decommissioning projects. We are looking forward to adding both breadth and depth to these burgeoning regional relationships and continuing to demonstrate our growing decommissioning capabilities.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/13092019/james-fisher-offshore-to-work-on-offshore-jacket-removal-project-in-saudi-arabia/

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