Global Energy Group comprises a specialist range of service-focused companies and world-class facilities — all focused on delivering strategic excellence, meeting the challenges and objectives of our clients and looking ahead to the goals to come.
It’s our continued investment that drives these high performance standards and positions us as a leading partner for prominent energy industry clients across a wide range of sectors, and this investment extends to the most valuable resource we have — our people
It’s taken the vision and ambition of many to bring Global Energy Group to this point — and here we look back on some key events along the way.
After a period of sustained success and continued growth, Roy MacGregor formed the Global Energy Group.
Global Energy Group acquire Isleburn, adding fabrication/manufacture shop capacity and expertise for large scale subsea and topside projects to the group portfolio..
New intro renewables. Global Energy Group fabricates and assembles mono-piles for one of the UK’s first offshore wind power generation projects, Scroby Sands.
The company re-branded creating a strong visual statement to reflect the values of the Group, our fast growth and superior service delivery. Alongside the re-brand the company moved to Henderson Road, a new Inverness-based Headquarters.
Global Energy Group makes waves. Fabrication and assembly of the world’s first tidal and wave power generation demonstrator devices.
Purchase of Nigg yard - a major step forward for the group’s ambitious plans to develop the ageing 238-acre site, as a modern, multi-user facility serving a range of energy sectors, including oil & gas and renewables.
Investment from MITSUI & CO. Japanese corporation Mitsui & Co take a 25% stake in Global Energy Group.
The acquisition of Port Services Group added quayside operations to the capability of Caledonian Towage and MF Marine. This followed the purchase of new cranes, giving GPSS Scotland's largest fleet.
Energy Park to Port. The completed south quay plays a critical role in attracting larger projects to Nigg. Vast lay-down and load-out facilities are essential to the renewables industry and over 1,100m of available quayside, coupled with deep-water access, gives Nigg greater capability over other facilities in the North of Scotland.
Re-evaluating our culture. In 2018 we looked at ourselves. Our culture and values are at the heart of our organisation and underpin everything we do. We believe that having good people that feel valued and supported to succeed makes us collectively stand out.
Global Energy Group has combined the brownfield engineering capability of Apollo with the proven capability of GEG’s Integrity and Construction division. Global E&C will be the only fully-integrated EPC contractor in the UK oil & gas market that is exclusively focused on the brownfield OPEX space.
An additional 225m quayside commissioned at Port of Nigg for 2022.
There is no finish line...
Global Energy Group’s purpose is shaped and defined by a resolute commitment to four core focuses.