The Abu Dhabi-headquartered firm said the removal project, 175miles north-east of Aberdeen, involved up to 500 people at its peak, totalling nearly 400,000 man hours.

Taqa employed the world’s two largest crane vessels, Thialf and Sleipnir operated by Heerema, for the work, bringing them together in the North Sea for the first time to remove the 33-year-old platform.

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