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Nexstep is the joint initiative of EBN and the Dutch oil and gas industry, represented by NOGEPA. It is our ambition to stimulate re-use and collaboration in decommissioning of oil and gas infrastructure in the Netherlands. We share learnings, drive innovation and promote effective and efficient regulation; all with the clear ambition to contribute to the energy transition. 

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Launch Nexstep’s Re-use & Decommissioning Report 2022 is now online!

Please watch the launch of Nexstep’s Re-use & Decommissioning 2022 “The Power of Collaboration”, organised at the Louwman Museum at The Hague. The official language of the launch

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Re-use & Decommissioning report 2022

  The fifth Re-use & Decommissioning report provides insight into the oil and gas infrastructure that is forecasted to be decommissioned in the Netherlands over the coming ten years and covers

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Start Joint Well Campaign

(Photo courtesy of Flying Focus) The 24th  of April will mark the start of the execution phase of the Joint Well Campaign, a collaboration between operators NAM, Neptune Energy, ONE-Dyas, Petrogas E&P,

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Jacqueline Vaessen will be leaving Nexstep

The Hague, February 17th 2022. – Jacqueline Vaessen will be leaving Nexstep, National Platform for Re-use and Decommissioning of oil and gas infrastructure, in July this year. Vaessen fulfilled the

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A worldwide first as six oil and gas operators and Oceaneering Services B.V. sign deal to jointly decommission wells in the North Sea

Today, NAM, Neptune Energy, ONE-Dyas, Petrogas E&P, TotalEnergies EP Nederland and Wintershall Noordzee have signed an agreement with Oceaneering Services B.V. for the decommissioning of Mud Line Suspension

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TOTALENERGIES, SHELL NETHERLANDS, EBN and GASUNIE form partnership to develop an offshore CCS-project: ARAMIS

TotalEnergies, Shell Netherlands, Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN) and Gasunie formed a partnership to enable large-scale CO2-reduction for industrial clusters in the Netherlands. Under the name Aramis,

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