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Final Journey for Tuxedo Royale

Published on the : 11th September 2019

ABLE UK has confirmed that the final installment of the long-running saga surrounding the derelict former floating nightclub Tuxedo Royale, which has been moored at Able Middlesbrough Port for the past ten years, is now underway. The vessel, formerly the... Continue Reading

ABLE Successfully Transitions to ISO 45001:2018

Published on the : 4th September 2019

ABLE UK Limited, a market leader in marine decommissioning, rig-upgrading and port and land development is delighted to confirm their successful transition to ISO 45001:2018. ISO 45001:2018 is an International Standard that specifies requirements for an occupational health and safety... Continue Reading

ABLE Underlines World Leader Status as Giant Rig Arrives

Published on the : 20th June 2019

‘Once again we have demonstrated that we are a world leader in the marine decommissioning industry which is set to grow rapidly in the years ahead’ That was how Peter Stephenson, founder and Executive Chairman of Able UK, described the... Continue Reading

Hornsea One Foundation Package – Successful and Safe Completion

Published on the : 11th February 2019

This short post is produced to really pay tribute and thanks to all that have been involved with the successful execution of this strategically significant project. First and foremost to report is the fact that the works were completed without... Continue Reading

Able Humber Port Completes First Phase of Habitat Mitigation

Published on the : 24th January 2019

The image above (22 January 2019) shows the first phase of managed mitigation land for the Able Logistics Park development, located on the South Humber Bank. The ecological mitigation covers an area of 90 hectares (222 acres) and provides a... Continue Reading

ABLE Clinches Further Major Decommissioning Contract

Published on the : 15th October 2018

Able UK—a world leader in the decommissioning and recycling of offshore structures—today (October 15, 2018) announced the award of another major contract for its Able Seaton Port facility on the River Tees. The project will involve the dismantlement, recycling and... Continue Reading

Able Queens Road set to deliver new power station

Published on the : 12th October 2018

Planning approval has been given for the North Beck Energy Centre, a £220 million development project at Immingham for generating 49.5 MW (megawatts) of electricity from waste material that would otherwise be destined for landfill disposal in the UK or exported as... Continue Reading

Triton Knoll Selects Able Seaton Port

Published on the : 31st August 2018

Triton Knoll announces major turbine deal and east coast ports plans MHI Vestas to provide 90 of its V164-9.5 MW turbines Able Seaton Port leads turbine construction, expanding project’s UK investment Grimsby is target for long term operations base. innogy... Continue Reading