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Costain Highlights Collaboration

19 May 2016

Costain will be demonstrating its decommissioning expertise at this year’s Decom Offshore conference on 25 May at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.

The business will join 30 other exhibitors at the event, which this year has the theme ‘Decommissioning – Reality, Preparation and Action in a low oil price environment’.

As part of the event, Costain will also be highlighting its collaborative expertise at the Collaboration in Action workshop facilitated by Matthew Taylor, Costain Systems and Performance Manager.

Said Matthew: “Costain was the first construction and engineering company to be certified to BS11000 Collaborative Business Relationships and as a result we have unrivalled experience in successful collaboration with partners large and small. This workshop will be a great opportunity for us to show how collaboration can benefit the North Sea oil and gas industry.”

Costain personnel will also be in attendance to talk to delegates about the company’s proven and successful track record in the decommissioning sector, and how it brings innovative technologies and solutions to large, complex projects.

“We see this event as a great opportunity to meet with people from all aspects of the decommissioning market,” said Alan McKay, Business Development Manager, Costain Upstream. “We’re keen to tell them about our decommissioning capability and how we can support them through each phase of the decommissioning process. Oil and gas is a very challenging market currently but we’re sure that our expertise and auditable experience in collaborative working across various industry sectors, including oil and gas, will be something people will want to hear about.”



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