Responsible offshore and mine decommissioning

The ability to accurately monitor the performance and impact of abandoned or deteriorating assets is essential during their decommissioning.

Contact Us

Key contact

Philip Haines

Managing Director, Water & Environment/Senior Principal Engineer

Brisbane, Australia

+61 (0) 7 3831 6744 environment@bmtglobal.com

As thinking on decommissioning strategies evolve, we help operators assess their options and spell out the environmental consequences. We run comparative assessment workshops to help you navigate these complex decisions.

Understanding the impacts on the environment during decommissioning and having tools that can optimise activities will enable a move towards a carbon zero goal. Decommissioning of offshore energy assets requires careful planning and environmental management to ensure minimal impact to the marine environment.

Our services include:

  • Advice and support with regulatory compliance
  • Comparative Assessment
  • Consultation advises and support
  • Decommissioning Programme
  • Design of seabed surveys
  • Ecological permits, licences, and consents
  • EIA and Comparative EIA
  • EIA Scoping Reports
  • Energy use and gaseous emissions
  • Environmental support
  • Secondment to decommissioning projects
  • Management of cutting piles
  • Mineral processing
  • Waste management strategy and planning

Decommissioning with minimal impact

Understanding the impacts on the environment during decommissioning and having tools that can optimise activities will enable a move towards a carbon zero goal. Decommissioning of offshore energy assets requires careful planning and environmental management to ensure minimal impact to the marine environment.

Remote monitoring

The ability to accurately monitor the performance and environmental impact of abandoned or deteriorating deep-water facilities is particularly important during decommissioning.

Our independent remote monitoring system (IRMS) enables offshore operators to communicate during abandonment and receive the real-time data they need to make critical decisions and satisfy regulators.