Distribution of oil gas platform decommissioning costs by category 2014

This statistic outlines the distribution of costs associated with decommissioning an oil/gas platform as of 2014 by category, with data that pertains to the Pacific outer continental shelf region (POCSR) of the United States. The largest share of cost in the oil decommissioning process was for the platform removal, which accounted for some 31 percent of overall platform removal costs.

Distribution of oil and gas platform decommissioning costs as of 2014, by category*

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Release date

2015

Region

United States

Survey time period

2014

Supplementary notes

* Data pertains to oil and gas facility decommissioning costs in the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf area of the U.S.

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