With over 7km of quay next to deep water, over 400ha of key riverside development land across 30 sites and a buoyant supply chain and business cluster, companies are superbly catered for when looking to access key North Sea oil, gas and offshore wind market opportunities. This is all backed up with a fantastic array of world-class R&D and testing facilities, a skilled workforce , a highly competitive cost base, and excellent transport infrastructure. Energy Gateway North East England works for the offshore energy sector.
Port of Blyth Overview The fastest growing trust port in the UK, Port of Blyth has developed a significant reputation in the offshore energy sector both in the UK and overseas. This is primarily due to the existence of easily accessible deep-water facilities, land availability, highly skilled workforce(s) and a world-class supply chain that is […]
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Energy Gateway North East England
North East England – a gateway to global market opportunities
Why? Because this region is of strategic importance to companies in the offshore energy sector – not only in terms of its North Sea coastal location but also because of its vast experience, knowledge and industry networks. With centuries of maritime and engineering heritage coupled with a thirst for technological innovation, North East England has been pioneering advances in the offshore energy sector for decades and, with its three ports on the Rivers Blyth, Tyne and Wear teeming with prime quayside development opportunities and facilities, it’s easy to see why more and more companies are choosing to make this corner of England their gateway to the North Sea offshore energy market
Strategically positioned to access major offshore wind developments in the North Sea basin, such as Dogger Bank Wind Farm, Hornsea and Firth of Forth. 80% of all UK wind farms are reachable within a 24-hr vessel time and the world’s largest windfarm, Dogger Bank is just 80 miles off the north east coast.