ILT’s drive success in Scaldis’ decommissioning campaign

News published on 7 September 2023

Our valued client Scaldis recently completed their decommissioning campaign for Wintershall successfully. Despite challenging conditions, Scaldis efficiently removed 4 platforms within the scheduled time.

For this operation, IQIP supplied Scaldis with four rental Internal Lifting Tools (ILT) tailored for decommissioning. These ILTs were deployed on the Heavy Lift Vessel “Gulliver” for the operations. IQIP proudly notes that the ILTs operated with consistent safety and reliability.

Scaldis secured the contract to remove platforms and conductors for Wintershall’s decommissioning campaign, building on their successful campaign execution in 2022. These campaigns are integral to a comprehensive decommissioning and asset removal initiative in the North Sea, aligning with the full operational cycle of Wintershall Noordzee.


Whether it is the removal of topsides, structures, jackets, subsea templates or pipelines, we provide you with the right equipment and create tailor-made solutions to make your ideas a reality. No matter how challenging the circumstances, our spirit for ingenuity will contribute to safer and more efficient operations.

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IQIP is the worldwide leading foundation and installation specialist. For over 40 years, we have been offering total solutions for construction projects in the Offshore Wind, Oil & Gas, and Civil markets, as well as Decommissioning. In addition to supplying innovative and high-quality equipment, we continuously invest in operating in a safe and environmentally friendly manner. With consultancy, engineering, production, and installation, IQIP provides reliable tailor-made solutions to optimize the operational efficiency of our customers and reduce project risks. Our combination of craftsmanship and passion makes IQIP a reliable partner in building a world for the next generation with the highest care for the environment.

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