Offshore Oil & Gas
Offshore - Oil and Gas
Peel Ports Great Yarmouth is England’s Nº 1 offshore support port and is second only to Aberdeen in the UK.
The port is an established centre of excellence further enhanced by the addition of the deep-water outer harbour, which extends the overall operability to most offshore support vessels, construction rigs and specialist vessels. Our well established and experienced labour, facilities and support infrastructure contribute to the Port’s leadership in this field.
Offshore Renewable Energy
Offshore - Renewable energy
Peel Ports Great Yarmouth has, possibly, the largest concentration of offshore wind projects in the world within 100 miles of the port. The port is ideally placed to support marshalling, construction and installation operations for the projects and the subsequent operations and maintenance of wind farm developments in the North Sea, with experienced labour, facilities and support infrastructure.
The port’s offshore team, supported by its specialist consulting engineers, are well versed in working closely with offshore project owners, promoters and their supply chain to maximise and enhance the efficiency of operations from the facilities at the port.
The port has been actively involved in the offshore wind industry for over a decade, initially with the Scroby Sands development and more recently with the Sheringham Shoal and Lincs offshore wind farms. Onshore developments have also been handled by the port
The river port at Peel Ports Great Yarmouth is home to E.ON’s Scroby Sands O&M facility and Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited have recently confirmed their O&M base will also be housed in the river, also supporting the construction phase of the development.
Peel Ports Great Yarmouth offers facilities for clean energy technology and projects as part of its focus on Energy. Having the benefit of Local Development Order (LDO) permitted development rights as well as forming the core part of the Energy Enterprise Zone (EZ) provides a supportive and efficient underpinning allowing clean energy developments to be de-risked by removing the need for planning permission.
Peel Ports Great Yarmouth offers the expertise and experience required for the decommissioning of redundant installations that have reached the end of their lifespan, with deep water, well located quay space and back up land. The port works in partnership with a number of specialist companies to meet the needs of project owners, suppliers and contractors.
General Cargo & Commodities
General Cargo & Commodities
Peel Ports Great Yarmouth handles a wide range of cargoes including aggregates, cement, dry and liquid bulks, fertilisers, forest products, grain and minerals.
Cargo handling – general cargo & commodities
Peel Ports Great Yarmouth Cargo Handling (ECH) provides expert cargo handling and stevedores for all types of import and export commodities.
With multiple berths available in the river port and outer harbour, ECH receives, handles, loads and discharges all types of cargo, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. ECH can handle the most demanding of projects.
Peel Ports Great Yarmouth has the support and available expertise of an enviable local supply chain of some 400 companies that have served the offshore energy industry for some 50 years and are readily adapting to meet the demands of today’s energy industry.
This supply chain offers immediacy of access and support with highly skilled and experienced teams operating 24/7 within an immediate radius of the port.
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