Demonstrate capability in the delivery of maintenance / integrity management which is aligned to the operating strategy for each decommissioning phase. The importance of the right inspection & maintenance regime aligned to your operating strategy during late life and into decommissioning is vital. It is critical that you have a clear inspection and maintenance strategy linked to the output of the functional systems required during any decommissioning phase. As a decommissioning project moves from CoP and into DPFV (Drain, flush, purge, vent) and bulk hydrocarbon freeing, the need to retain certain process systems can reduce dramatically, therefore reducing the inspection and maintenance requirements on the asset. It is important that the upfront planning is done to map out your decommissioning phases of execution and clearly define the inspection and maintenance requirements. This can be real value adding and can unlock cost reduction potential and allow Operators to focus on maximising value of that asset in late life. Do you have the capability and experience to make that difference and step change in cost reduction? If so, register today at ONEDECOM.