PF&C: PLATFORM DECOMMISSIONING – AN OPERATOR’S POINT OF VIEW

Speaker: Marsh Armitage
Speaker Marsh Armitage
Marsh Armitage has over thirty-seven years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Twenty-nine years working for an operator and eight years as a consultant. Marsh’s offshore experience includes engineering through decommissioning in both offshore California and the Gulf of Mexico. His onshore experience includes projects in the Permian ...

Marsh Armitage has over thirty-seven years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Twenty-nine years working for an operator and eight years as a consultant. Marsh’s offshore experience includes engineering through decommissioning in both offshore California and the Gulf of Mexico. His onshore experience includes projects in the Permian Basin and Wyoming. Marsh has been responsible for W&T Offshore decommissioning activities since 2012 including decommissioning of subsea developments, shelf pipelines and structures. 


He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, and has been a Texas Registered Professional Engineer for over 30 years.

Full Description

This presentation provides answers to several key questions about the decommissioning of oil and gas production infrastructure in the Gulf of Mexico from an Operator’s point of view.  Areas of discussion will include: 

  • Isn’t decommissioning of Gulf of Mexico oil and gas production infrastructure just development in reverse order? 
  • When should planning for decommissioning start? 
  • When does decommissioning really impact the finances of the owners? 
  • What should be considered when contracting for decommissioning services? 
  • How do Federal and State agencies impact the decommissioning methods utilized? 
  • What kind of equipment spreads are needed for decommissioning?
Organizer Kevin Raatz

Event Contact Email:         kevin.raatz@jacobs.com


Event Contact Phone #:     281-352-7808

When?

Wed, Jan. 17, 2018
5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. US/Central

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Houston, Texas 77072
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