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An overview of the loggs removal project and the environmental challenges when working in this area

Event organised by Offshore Engineering Society

Date
11 May 2022
Time
18:00 - 20:00 BST (GMT+1)
Location
One Great George Street
Westminster
London, SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom

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Overview

Since the mid 1990’s Saipem has had involvement in various successful offshore decommissioning projects. Its most recent venture was the LOGGS (Lincolnshire Offshore Gas Gathering System) complex in the southern North Sea in summer 2021.

Attending this event

This presentation will include a brief history of the LOGGS complex, a summary of the preparations & removals scopes, an overview of the campaign operations and the challenges encountered when working in this area. The key aspects of the discussion will cover how the operations were successfully completed in difficult environmental conditions, including:

  • The unique challenges of heavy lift activities carried out in shallow water depths
  • High currents affecting the OCV and ROV subsea activities and related problems, such as visibility and shifting seabed
  • Design stage preparations to address known issues

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Speaker

David Allen

David Allen

Saipem Ltd

offshore methods engineer

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David Allen

David Allen is an Offshore Methods Engineer working in Saipem’s London office and holds an MEng in Civil Engineering from Queen’s University Belfast. David joined Saipem Ltd in 2019, and has since been involved in LOGGS Decommissioning Project and various offshore wind projects including Dogger Bank and NnG. He started his career with a civil & structural engineering consultancy in Belfast. There he worked on flood mitigation designs and harbour & airport infrastructure schemes.

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Elira Alushi