Mid-way between Aberdeen and Great Yarmouth, the Port offers excellent opportunities for time critical oil and gas sector related activity such as mob/demob.
At the same time the Port is well placed to service the ongoing major expansion of the offshore wind sector with Round 3 zones such as Dogger Bank, Firth of Forth and Hornsea within easy reach.
Indeed with a strategic location for offshore energy opportunities in the North Sea and for onshore developments across Northern UK, Blyth is establishing itself as an important east coast energy hub.
In particular the Port has emerged as a rapidly expanding base for oil and gas related mobilisation and demobilisation operations. With a choice of terminals and berths together with a range of on-site oil and gas related companies, the focus is on providing a comprehensive, high quality and flexible services on demand to ensure the quickest possible turnaround of vessels.
The Port also has a long association with the wind energy sector, being the home of the first offshore wind farm in the UK and The National Renewable Energy Centre Catapult research facility.
Whether handling a single blade or assisting with the mobilisation of entire wind farm projects, the Port of Blyth has the experience and expertise to deliver a professional and efficient service.
Backed up with heavy lift cranage, large areas of covered and open storage space, significant development sites and ISO 9002 accreditation, the Port can therefore offer a comprehensive package to the energy sector as a whole.