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EEEGR - East of England Energy Group

EEEGR - East of England Energy Group Logo

+44 1493 412199

office@eeegr.com

Organisation Snapshot
Organisation Name
East of England Energy Group
Headquarters
Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom
Founded
2001
Organisation Type
Non-Profit
Organisation Size
2-10 employees
Industries & Sectors
Dredging & Marine ConstructionMarine & Offshore RenewablesMaritime & ShippingOffshore ConstructionOffshore Oil & GasPorts, Harbours & TerminalsSubsea Cables & PipelinesUtilities/Power
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About Us
EEEGR (East of England Energy Group) and its membership of more than 300 commercial businesses and organisations, public sector and not-for-profit bodies, as well as academic institutions are at the centre of operations. We act as a single focal point to represent the regional energy industry and strive to ensure that the regional assets combine to form a world-class industry capable of competing in a global energy market.

Our mission is to be the source of new opportunities and knowledge to enable member companies to strategically grow their businesses.

Membership benefits, whether they are networking with like-minded business people, accessing guidance on training, grants and recruitment, or being profiled through newsletters and websites. All this and more are available by being a part of the energy network in the region, as many can testify.
 
Members
Bibby Marine Services Limited is part of Bibby Line Group, a diverse €2.3 billion global business whose maritime heritage spans more than 200 years. Bibby WaveMaster 1 is the first in our series of next generation Service Operations Vessels (SOV) that serves the marine needs of offshore wind farm operators. ... More

Custom-designed, Bibby WaveMaster 1 enables offshore wind operators to work more efficiently, more safely and in maximum comfort, for periods of up to 30 days at a time.

- The vessel is built on a stable DP-2 (Dynamic Positioning) platform so it offers very high operability.
- It will provide safe offshore transfers for personnel by way of a motion compensated access system (Walk to Work).
- Equipment will be securely transferred by way of the heave compensated offshore-rated knuckle boom crane.
- A helipad, daughter craft and CTV landings provide additional turbine access.

With technicians on standby in the field 24/7, wind farm operators can act immediately to rectify expensive outages, even in the toughest of weather conditions.

Working efficiency is also one of the key drivers behind the innovative vessel design. The space has been carefully planned in terms of storage, workflow and logistics to ensure that the movement of both people and goods is smartly optimised.

The vessel has been specifically designed to be as 'green' as possible, with minimal emissions and low fuel consumption.

Whilst both safety and efficiency are integral features, comfort is also paramount. The Comfort Class 2 standard accommodation comprises 60 individual ensuite berths, all of which are equipped with TV and Wi-Fi, and are complemented by class-leading leisure facilities.
Tidal Transit are a specialist maritime contractor providing access, transport and crew transfer services to the offshore industries of the North Sea. Operating from the North Norfolk coast in the UK, we specialise in safe, speedy and efficient travel for those working in the offshore wind energy sector.... More

Our fleet of custom-built, high specification wind farm work boats offer unparalleled stability and are crewed by fully-qualified personnel with a thorough local knowledge and maritime experience.
Global Wind Service (GWS) is one of the largest companies in Europe offering onshore and offshore installation and servicing of wind turbines around the world. And we do it with the right people, tools and flexibility to deliver the best possible solutions to the highest quality.... More

Our goal is always to meet and exceed our clients' expectations. As a result, GWS has gained an excellent reputation and fast established itself as the preferred international supplier of qualified and skilled personnel to the global wind turbine industry.

Our track record to date includes wind turbine installations and service work in over 40 countries – from the United States, Finland, Germany and the UK to Morocco, South Africa, Australia, the Philippines and more.

We have established business units in ten countries, giving us the opportunity to be closer to our customers and react faster to local market requirements.

GWS employ over 850 people and we strongly believe in the long-term investment and development of our employees. Their knowledge and experience ensures that we are the best we can be for our clients.
The Offshore Petroleum Industry Training Organisation (OPITO) is the global, not-for-profit, skills body for the energy industry. More than 250,000 people are trained to our standards every year, across 47 countries through 205 accredited training centres.... More

With operation centres in four regions - UK and Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas – we are driving safety and competency improvements to benefit the industry.

An industry-owned organisation, we also work with governments, national oil companies, operators and contractors, offering a range of services and products to meet international skills needs and support workforce development.
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) is the international membership organisation and learned society for marine science, engineering and technology professionals. Our vision is a world where marine resources and activities are sustained, managed and developed for the benefit of humanity.... More

IMarEST membership is open to everyone associated with marine science, engineering and technology. The Institute’s 15,000 members are based in over 100 countries around the world, as well as at sea.

Experienced, competent, qualified people may gain formal, international recognition of their professional status via Corporate (professional) Membership and Registration (Chartered status, etc.).
Decom North Sea is the single topic, multi region membership organisation which connects capability with opportunity across the oil and gas decommissioning sector. As a not for profit organisation, Decom North Sea is working to enhance knowledge transfer and facilitate collaborative activities to deliver "innovative models" that minimise decommissioning ... Morecosts, ensuring best value for tax payers and maximising business potential for its member companies.

Decom North Sea has grown since its inception in 2010 to more than 350 members drawn from operators, major contractors, service specialists and technology developers.

With decommissioning spend alone being forecast at an estimated £17.6 billion over the next decade (Oil & Gas UK Decommissioning Insight Report 2016), Decom North Sea play a vital role in solution development, cross sector learning and helping to build supply-chain capability. Decom North Sea work with a number of strategic partners including the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Oil & Gas UK to achieve these objectives.
Events
Shallow Water Deep Trouble II – What a Difference a Decade Makes. EEEGR Marine SIG are pleased to co-host a prestigious technical meeting in partnership with the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) at Norwich City Football Club, UK. Site investigations in the nearshore and shallow water can present unique challenges, with potentially significant ... Morevariations in ground conditions, bathymetry and environmental parameters within individual development sites and construction
time scales. Investigations may be for a range of purposes – from providing baseline environmental information and site characterisation through to informing engineering decisions and infrastructure siting.

Since the first 'Shallow Water … Deep Trouble' meeting was held in 2005 in Norwich, UK, there have been major advances in data acquisition technology, analytical techniques, data processing and visualisation, that have improved site investigation practice and advanced our understanding of the shallow water zone. This meeting will report on a range of approaches to shallow water site investigation, as well as providing an update on recent methodological advances, that allow for successful site investigations in a challenging environment. The meeting will be of interest to all those working in nearshore and shallow waters – with contributions from industry, academia, contractors and consultants.
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