Pastoor Offshore and partners have extensive knowledge and experience in the oil and gas industry. We attach great importance to continuous improvement in order to get the best out of our team and exceed our customers' expectations. Our company offers the entire range of services for the dismantling of offshore installations and offshore wind farms.
Pastoor Offshore offers a one-stop-shop package of services tailored to the dismantling of offshore platforms and wind farms of all types and sizes.Read more
We provide the complete range of services, which includes planning and engineering, the removal of offshore installations, shipping, load-in operations, decontamination, dismantling and the management of waste streams.
Our vision serves as the framework for our roadmap and guides every aspect of our business by describing what we need to accomplish.
Our values define who we are. They are the fundamental beliefs of our company and guide our actions and behavior.
Our vision is to be the leading private sector provider of decommissioning services in the Dutch market.
- We Act With Integrity and Show Respect
- We Are Passionate About Our Business
- we are dedicated to excellence
- we are welcoming challenge and learning from mistakes
Pastoor Offshore and partners will ensure that all works are undertaken safely at all times Our objective is that no injury to personnel and no damage to the environment or facilities are to occur from Pastoor Offshore’s operations.Read more
Highly standardised processes ensure that projects are efficiently managed and that time and budget requirements are complied with whilst maintaining high quality standards.
Pastoor Offshore and partners act in conformity with the statutory and industrial standards of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
When old wind turbines are "repowered", the old wind turbine blades need to be removed and disposed of. Pastoor Offshore successfully developed an ecologically worthwhile method for the use of rotor blades as a secondary fuel.Read more
Pastoor Offshore and a German reprocessing company jointly developed a sustainable solution for the use of wind turbine blades when these reach their end-of life.
The large rotor parts, made from fibreglass, are sawn into smaller pieces at site using a mobile sawing system.These are then taken to a reprocessing plant where the parts are shredded. The material is then mechanically dried, resulting in a high-quality fuel for the use in the cement industry.
This special material does not only replace primary fuels such as coal in the production process of cement, but also primary raw materials like special types of sand. This method, does not leave behind any residual products, and guarantees that worn wind turbine blades are 100% recycled.
A partnership with the company Holcim ensures the use of the secondary fuel on a long-term basis.