Disassembly & dismantling of oil rigs

Effective disassembly of oil rigs

Dismantling right at sea - in the challenging oceanic environment

Due to the scarcity of our oil reserves, the numerous oil rigs in the oceans are no longer of any use. The consequence: The oil rigs need to be dismantled and disposed of.

The disassembly of oil rigs requires qualified dismantling specialists as the oceanic environment presents further difficulties in addition to the dismantling per se.  For ROTH International, working at sea has long ceased to be a challenge, thanks to years of experience. Using proprietary methods, we will dismantle your oil rig safely and effectively, regardless of whether it is made of steel or reinforced concrete. We are skilled at performing our works both above and under water.

We are global operators in the field of dismantling

We prepare customized disposal concepts - specifically for your (offshore) project

We travel all over the world serving our customers and will be happy to handle of your project, regardless of its location. Michael Roth, the Managing Director of ROTH International, prepares detailed dismantling concepts together with the project manager, after inspecting the object on site. A realistic disposal concept will address any technical and logistical challenges even during the planning phase to ensure smooth process workflows. Unforeseeable difficulties will be solved quickly and easily by our experienced staff. For an optimized dismantling workflow, we will assemble a suitable team and provide the necessary equipment required for your object size.

How best to handle a major oil rig dismantling project? As a specialist for (selective) dismantling, ROTH International is your number-one point of contact.

info(at)roth-international.de
+49-961-4726817

Give us a call or drop us a line by email.

Complete disposal of oil rigs

ROTH International - end-to-end solutions for objects

ROTH International will handle the complete dismantling of your oil rig, independently of any external service providers.

Effective dismantling at sea.
Dismantling starts out at the sea. We cut oil rigs into separate elements and ship them back ashore. Our in-house developed cutting and separating processes allow even complicated disassemblies in the offshore sector. Separation cuts are made above as well as under water.

Transporting of materials for further processing.
We ship the oil rig parts ashore and transport them to Brake (Unterweser) for recycling. On shore, the parts are first stripped down into individual materials to prepare them for recycling. We supply recyclable materials to the secondary raw materials sector. We dispose of non-recyclable materials in a professional manner.  A certified waste management company according to Section 56 of the German Closed Substance Cycle and Waste Management Act (KrW-/AbfG), ROTH International complies with the standards and requirements for environmentally friendly disposal.

ROTH International also handles the disassembly and/or dismantling of other items such as:

 

Special procedures for dismantling oil rigs

Effective offshore work thanks to innovative methods

Oil rigs are made up mainly of steel and concrete and, when disposed of, yield several tons of recyclable raw materials. We customize our dismantling approach every time, for every new project. Thanks to our advanced cutting and separation techniques, developed by ROTH International, we guarantee the safe cutting of these steel giants - even under water. Our expertise in the dismantling and disassembly of objects allows ROTH International to reliably dismantle a wide range of additional objects, including the dismantling and disassembly of wind power plants, nuclear power plants, hydroelectric power plants, water platforms, pipelines, industrial chimneys, photovoltaic plants, etc.

How best to handle a major oil rig dismantling project? As a specialist for (selective) dismantling, ROTH International is your number-one point of contact.

info(at)roth-international.de
+49-961-4726817

Give us a call or drop us a line by email.