Norway's Ekofisk field area and Total's Frigg complex in the North Sea are driving development of new decommissioning solutions. Overall, the Frigg field abandonment project was priced at US $417 million in 2000 - the least cost option preferred by Total - with work scheduled between 2006 and 2009. In June 2004, Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) approved partial removal of some structures under the first phase of the Frigg field decommissioning plan submitted by Total, which applied to the treatment and compression platform (TCP 2) drilling platform 2 (DP2)...

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