IRM, Upgrade & Life Extension

Integrated shipyard and offshore solutions for process, utility & marine systems.

What we do?

Global Energy Group have a unique self-delivered offering that bridges the development, operations & decommissioning cycles, our competencies include inspection, survey & engineering, repair/maintenance & construction and aligned to NIGG Energy Park, sets us apart from traditional contracting enterprises.

Our Development exposure relates to new build lay-over/punch-list programs and redeployment covering life-extension & upgrades.

Our Operations exposure relates to class & safety case inspections, in-service repairs & shutdown/turnaround (TAR) programs to plant optimisation, upgrades & life-extensions.

Our decommissioning exposure whilst limited to-date, relates to the recovery & disposal of mooring and offloading spreads.

What differentiates us?

  • We ensure the balance of construction management & trades offshore are core employees of our group, fully vetted and performance measured with significant more tool-time linked to their cycle between fabrication workshop & offshore sites.
  • GeoOceans Lloyds Register and ABS class accredited mini-ROV inspections for vessels and offshore structures using safe, cost-efficient and powerful methods.
  • NIGG Energy Park, UK’s largest privately owned construction & maintenance yard with over 900m deep-water quayside, dry dock measuring 300mx150m with 120m wide entrance gate, 700,000m2 of external laydown and 35,000m2 covered fabrication & assembly workshops & accommodation camp for vessel crew to facilitate 24 hour working.
  • Non-unionised site with local workforce, flexible to meet the demands of accelerated turn-around projects.

How we evolved?

Global Energy Group established its topside construction, integrity & marine support capability through a combination of acquisitions (Caledonian Petroleum Services, Sovereign Dimensional Control, A&B Welding, S&D Engineering, GeoOceans), organic expansions linked to engineering & access technologies and facility investments (upgrades to existing and acquisitions/leases on further facilities) and skilled resource training and development programmes spanning trades through technical and leadership.