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CessCon Decom in discussions regarding establishment of New East Coast Decommissioning Facility

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CessCon Decom, a Scottish decommissioning service provider, has announced that discussions are progressing well with regards a 2nd facility after it signed Heads of Terms with Scottish Enterprise and Fife Council for a site at the Energy Park Fife in Methil, Fife.

The proposed location of the new decommissioning facility, next to to BiFab’s yard on the East coast of Scotland, with excellent road, rail and sea links, coupled with the Central Belt’s supply chain and Fife’s skilled and experienced workforce, creates an excellent facility for CessCon Decom to handle a significant share of the UK North Sea decommissioning work.

CessCon Decom’s Chief Executive Lee Hanlon said: ‘We have been working extensively with Scottish Enterprise and Fife Council to secure the site at the Energy Park Fife.

The aim is to develop an East coast facility in Scotland to complement our existing European facilities, adding to the expansion of our decommissioning services in the UK, Europe and Asia

The Energy Park Fife facility is advantageously located to accommodate the substantial North Sea decommissioning market and it is very fitting that assets that were constructed and commissioned at the Energy Park some 20 or 30 years ago, might return to be decommissioned and recycled, creating a true circular economy, and bringing employment opportunities to the Fife area’

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