Categories: Dundee, News, TynePublished On: 14.01.2019105 words0.6 min read

A North Sea vessel owned by energy giant Shell will spend three months in the Port of Dundee later this year as part of its decommissioning process.

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Augean North Sea Services (ANSS) will provide specialised cleaning and waste management services for Shell’s floating production, storage and offloading vessel for its Curlew field, 130 miles south-east of Aberdeen.

After cleaning and decontamination, the 236 metre vessel will be taken to Turkey for final dismantling and recycling.

ANSS was founded as an environmental services company in 2012 for the provision of complete waste management services to the oil and gas industry.

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