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Plug and abandonment

Plug and abandonment

Single, dependable contact point for full field decommissioning

TechnipFMC’s extensive experience in installing and maintaining subsea production systems (SPS) and subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) equipment makes us uniquely capable of performing full field decommissioning.

TechnipFMC works as a single point of contact for decommissioning all field equipment. Our integrated approach ensures the best technology is applied in the most cost-effective way.

The plugging and abandonment (P&A) of subsea wells is required after well production is no longer viable. These services must meet strict regulatory and operator requirements to ensure remaining hydrocarbons are safely contained within the plugged well.

TechnipFMC provides industry-leading well access systems to support safe and cost-effective operations. We also provide downhole tools that drill holes between annulus spaces to allow the placement of appropriate plugs. This combination of well access systems and downhole tooling results in a more efficient approach to the P&A of subsea wells.

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Holistic, risk-based approach

Minimizing environmental impact

  • Comparative assessments to minimize environmental impact
  • Services from logistics to final disposal
  • Strict compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards
  • Leading-edge technology
  • Best-in-class field services personnel
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Lower cost, faster delivery, improved performance

Lower Cost

  • Wide range of well access solutions and marine capabilities yields lower OPEX
  • Multi-purpose assets ensure higher utilization and lower costs

Faster Delivery

  • Optimized operations due to in-house knowledge and largest global base of SPS and SURF systems
  • Extensive vessel fleet ensures availability and on-time scheduling

Performance Improvement

  • Execution via vessel simplifies P&A campaign
  • Riserless through-tubing during lower abandonment reduces risk
  • Global presence and infrastructure provide project efficiencies