Leading up to and post CoP, one of the key activities to be conducted typically includes Drain, flush, purge and vent (DFPV) of the topsides hydrocarbon facilities. In reducing the bulk hydrocarbon inventory, this can ultimately reduced MAH potential on the asset and can then enable other associated activities to be completed, e.g. air-gapping / equipment isolation etc that drive down operating costs for the asset. Typically, DFPV operations are conducted by core crew operations team given the vast experience in conducting similar scopes, similar to that of annual shutdown tasks. However, dependent on your DFPV strategy for topsides facilities and subsea flowlines, the need to more specialist equipment is key to success. Getting this task right at the front end of your decommissioning project is key to ensuring the removal contractors can manage hazards safely during platform removal. Do you have the capability and experience to offer a more innovative and cost effective solution for DFPV. If so, register today at ONEDECOM.