Brent 40th Anniversary Memory Book

The Brent memory book is an opportunity to submit your short stories, photos or memories from Brent’s rich history. A selection of these stories will be collated and made into an e-book during the first half of 2017 and shared online. 

You can submit your story using the form below, or contact if you would like further information.

If you would be interested in taking part, please complete the form below or contact to find out more.

Click here to access the application form for the Brent Memory Book and Brent Oral Histories

Brent Oral Histories

The Brent Decommissioning project is initiating a series of oral history interviews to ensure that Brent’s rich history is retained for posterity. 

An oral history is the recording of people’s memories, experiences and opinions. It is:

  • A living history of someone’s unique life experiences
  • A unique opportunity to talk about and record history face-to-face
  • A source of new insights and perspectives that may help shape our view of the past

We are seeking stories from former and current employees, contractors and the public. 

We will conduct interviews with people who cover different periods in the past 40 years and different types of roles, experiences and perspectives. Our aim is to record a selection of stories that highlight the key accomplishments and share the past of Brent Field. The digital recordings and written summaries will be donated to The Sir Duncan Rice Library at the University of Aberdeen so that they can be accessed by anyone who is interested to hear about life in the oil and gas industry.

Brent Artwork

The Brent Decommissioning project is working with Scottish artist Sue Jane Taylor to help commemorate the people who work on the Brent platforms. Sue Jane will be creating artwork based on her offshore trips to Brent Bravo and Brent Delta during 2016. High quality prints of a commissioned original Brent 40th Anniversary artwork will be available for purchase from late November 2016.

Examples of Sue Jane Taylor’s work can be seen on her website