Global Energy Group (“GEG”) have today announced the upcoming appointment of Tim Cornelius in the role of Group Chief Executive Officer.
In May 2020 Global Energy Group confirmed our commitment to continuing to create opportunities for our people with the launch of our “virtual” Managing People programme.
Edinburgh operation to launch in 2021 as energy transition momentum builds
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and Wellbeing all form a critical part of our agenda at Global Energy Group. As part of our approach to increase our focus in these areas, we have recently launched our first ever team of Change Champions.
The jackets will be offloaded at Nigg, where they will undergo the final preparations before they are loaded onto the jack-up vessel “Seajacks Scylla” which will undertake their installation at sea, more than 25km from shore in the Moray Firth.
Global Energy Group are focussed on supporting Energy Transition and have a proven track record in the delivery of various renewable projects, Group COO, Ian Cobban shares his thoughts on today's Scotwind announcement.
Our Port of Nigg facility heralded the safe arrival of the heavy lift vessel OHT Osprey with the first 8 of what will be 103 Jacket structures for the Moray East Offshore Windfarm project for DEME Offshore.
Under the agreed deal, the jetty will be operated as an extension to the Port of Nigg which has already established itself as a leading deep-water port, servicing oil and gas, offshore renewables and the wider energy markets.
Notification of the appointment of Tim Cornelius as Independent Non-Executive Director of Global Energy Group as of 28th February 2020
Sue Jane Taylor has arrived on site at our Port of Nigg facility, where she will spend the next 12 months sketching and painting, people’s activities, the facilities and day to day operations taking place.
Global Energy Group have recently appointed a Chief Technology Officer, Mike Bathurst. Having been part of the Group for the past eight years as Business Solutions Manager, heading up the IT and Business Solutions teams, Mike was the ideal candidate for the newly created role.
Global Energy Group has become one of the first companies to be awarded research and development funding from the Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP).
The Healthy Working Lives award programme helps identify issues and improve health, safety and wellbeing in our organisation in a structured and productive way. This fits in perfectly with our Core Value of being Resolute on Safety and Quality.
The nominations have been made and the shortlist created from across the group. Many congratulations to all those nominated, there was great representation from across the group. There can however, only be one winner and against strong competition, we are delighted to announce who has won!
Global Energy Group has reached agreement with Repsol Sinopec Resources UK Ltd to take over the long-term operation of the Nigg Oil Terminal jetty under a new lease with Crown Estates Scotland.
Operating across the Beryl and Forties fields, Apache’s North Sea business has demonstrated its commitment to the basin with what is understood to be the largest life of field contract award in the history of the oil and gas sector in the UK.
Well-Safe Solutions has today announced the award of two multi-million-pound contracts to continue the refurbishment of the Well-Safe Guardian, the decommissioning company’s first asset, into a bespoke plug and abandonment unit.
Global Energy Group have secured a deal with 3rd Momentum that will combine their Inspection, Wire Rope and Hydraulic Hose businesses, to create a best in class services group, focussed on Global expansion and market leading services, enhancing their capabilities and strength in the market.
Global Energy Group are set to win their next staging port award and the new client will be DEME Offshore, for the Moray East Offshore Wind farm development for what will be an estimated £10 to £12 million contract.
Global Energy Group will be supporting the various scopes to be carried out on the Paul B Loyd Jnr
The last of 84 offshore wind turbines was commissioned at Beatrice, Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm, which has been completed on time and under budget after three years of construction.
Global Energy Group offer a multi-disciplined service to our clients.
Beatrice, once fully operational, will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm capable of powering 450,000 homes; comprising 84 x 7MW offshore wind turbines with a total capacity of 588MW.
Global Energy Group are delighted to have played a key role in the successful delivery of inspection, repair and maintenance services on behalf of our client Transocean, during a recent shipyard project for their 712 semi-submersible drilling rig whilst berthed at the Queen’s Dock, Invergordon.
Leading Oil and Gas Service provider, Global Energy Group (GEG) announced today that it has acquired a majority share of Apollo Offshore Engineering Ltd (Apollo).
Global Energy Group are delighted to announce plans for a further multi million pound investment to improve the facilities at their flagship facility at Nigg.
Subsea 7 has been a key customer to GEG for over ten years and we’re always delighted that the relationship is such that they come to us each year to support some 30+ graduate engineers, from across their international offices, to visit our facilities.