Chevron is responsible for decommissioning dozens of platforms at the giant Erawan Block, which it will hand over to Thai national oil company PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) in April 2022, when its concessionary contract expires. However, delays in official government approvals leaves key decommissioning contracts stalled for now.
Last year, Chevron issued tenders seeking bids for a contract to decommission its 49 platforms in the Gulf of Thailand. It was also seeking contractors to remove 53 subsea pipelines.
News article on 30 August 2021 by Damon Evans from energyvoice.com
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