Workshop: Addressing the Information Legacy of an Offshore Asset

Once an offshore asset is decommissioned and dismantled, all that remains of it is information. Over its lifetime one offshore platform can amass over 10,000 boxes of records, and millions of digital files. Each of these boxes and files may need to be retained for years or decades to comply with laws, regulations, directives, and so on. Figuring out what must be retained, why, and for how long can take longer than decommissioning itself.

Open Half Day Workshop in Aberdeen

Join speakers from Shell, the School of Law at the University of Aberdeen, and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority for a free, open half day workshop at CDA’s offices in Aberdeen on Thursday 15th March to learn from their experiences at the sharp end of decommissioning information management. Hear about progress in creating an industry records retention schedule for decommissioning. Help decide what industry should tackle next to ease the burden of the decommissioning information legacy.

For more information, see the workshop programme. To reserve your place, email [email protected] or phone 020 7802 2434.