Great Yarmouth: “England’s Offshore Energy Capital” latest Business Directory 2018-19 now available

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Great Yarmouth: “England’s Offshore Energy Capital” latest Business Directory 2018-19 now available

Great Yarmouth: “England’s Offshore Energy Capital” Business Directory 2018-19, available next week.

An insight and guide to the strong Great Yarmouth supply chain

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England’s offshore energy capital and the ideal business location to invest and grow, offering the country’s most concentrated and extensive reservoir of offshore expertise.

With more than 50 years’ experience of servicing the offshore gas sector in the Southern North Sea, Great Yarmouth is at the forefront of £39bn of energy investment over the next 20 years, including in the growing areas of offshore wind and gas platform decommissioning, as well as traditional offshore operations and maintenance.

Great Yarmouth has more than 400 energy-skilled and specialist businesses operatingin the marine and engineering supply chains, a 24-hour accessible port with deep-water Outer Harbour and suitable space for further businesses growth, including one of the UK’s top-performing Enterprise Zones.

Peel Ports has recently completed a £7m co-investment with wind turbine manufacturer Siemens to prime the Outer Harbour to support construction of the world’s largest offshore wind farms, the first two being Galloper and East Anglia ONE. And Equinor, formerly Statoil, services its Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm from a base on the river port.

Published by Compass Handbooks for the Economic Development Dept of Great Yarmouth Borough Council

 

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