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WINNERS REVEALED FOR ANNUAL COMMUNITY PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION

13/12/2022

The Port of Blyth’s Annual Community Photography Competition for 2022 has a winner! The competition saw hundreds of fantastic entries capturing coastal activity in and around the Port of Blyth, the river, and the nearby beaches throughout the year.

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ANEMOI RENEWS ROTOR SAIL TESTING BASE WITH PORT OF BLYTH

01/12/2022

Anemoi Marine Technologies have extended the lease for their land-based Rotor Sail test facility at the Port of Blyth following a period of growth for the business.

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Christmas Opening Hours

14/11/2022

Please find our Christmas and New Year opening times here –

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PORT OF BLYTH ANNOUNCES CONTRACT WITH VAN OORD TO SUPPORT ONE OF WORLD’S LARGEST SINGLE OFFSHORE WIND FARMS

10/11/2022

The Port of Blyth has been selected by Stokesley (North Yorkshire) based Van Oord Offshore Wind UK Limited as the location for the storage and mobilisation of inter-array cable for the Sofia Offshore Wind Farm.

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LEADING THE CLEAN ENERGY REVOLUTION WITH THE OPENING OF REDEVELOPED TERMINAL

21/10/2022

Following a multi-million pound investment programme, the Port of Blyth has announced the opening of its Bates Clean Energy Terminal, offering enhanced facilities and the opportunity for low-carbon focused investment and innovation. The Secretary of State for Transport, Anne-Marie Trevelyan carried out the official duties at an event attended by a wide range of Port stakeholders. This major redevelopment scheme, supported by funding from the North East Local Enterprise Partnership and North of Tyne Combined Authority, strengthens the Port’s reputation as one of the UK’s leading offshore energy support bases. It has created an enlarged 17-hectare terminal with two berths, upgraded heavy lift quays and up to 5 hectares of fully remediated, prime quayside development land.

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PORT OF BLYTH TAKES DECARBONISATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL

14/10/2022

Port of Blyth, based in Northumberland, has added a new electric crane to its fleet of equipment to increase its capacity capabilities and reduce emissions. The Konecranes Gottwald ESP.6 Mobile Harbour Crane has a 125-tonne lift capacity, eliminates carbon emissions, and keeps noise to a minimum.

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