Port Agency Services

Global Port Services has established itself as a key member of the supply chain and delivers a comprehensive package of both port agency services and project management solutions that complement our clients core activities in supporting the international energy industry.

Managing in excess of 800 port call movements in the UK each year, we support the industry's leading global contractors in seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services to the offshore industry. With an infrastructure that supports the main operational ports as well as having a very strong supply chain team that allows pre-planned or short notice calls to be managed efficiently and effectively, we also handle international dry docking and lay-up on behalf of our clients through established framework agreements with a strong emphasis on reducing supply chain interfaces to minimise risk and improve port call efficiency.  

The ownership of the Nigg Energy Park by our parent company further enhances the services offered by Global Port Services as the growing demand for available quayside and cargo storage in the North Sea increases significantly to support ongoing and future projects in the region.

Latest News

Global Port Services Celebrates Another Milestone

Global Port Services — owned by Global Energy Group alongside the Port of Nigg — has secured multiple contracts to support their client Seagreen Wind Energy Limited (SWEL), with site enabling works for the Pre-Assembly Construction of wind turbine components (WTGs) at their Port of Nigg facility. The news comes...

Thursday 8th December 2022

Global Energy celebrates another milestone as the final components for Scotland’s largest windfarm depart from the Port of Nigg.

Moray Offshore Wind Farm (East) Limited (MOWEL) is a joint venture company owned by EDP Renewables and ENGIE, with the overall scope of the Moray East Offshore Wind Farm project to construct an offshore wind farm with a total installed capacity of 950MW based on 100no. V164-9.5MW Vestas wind turbine...

Tuesday 28th September 2021