Deme Sets Field Positions for Offshore Renewables and O&G – Heavy Lift News
22 Feb 2019

Deme Sets Field Positions for Offshore Renewables and O&G

DEME Offshore provides the most comprehensive offering to offshore oil, gas and renewable energy customers.
Over the past decade the activities of GeoSea, Tideway, A2Sea and EverSea have experienced strong growth in a fast-evolving offshore energy market. Yesterday, 20 February 2019, Deme took a new step in their ambition to provide the most comprehensive offering of solutions, services and equipment to our oil, gas and renewable energy customers.

The activities of our subsidiaries GeoSea, Tideway, A2Sea and EverSea are integrated into the DEME Offshore activity line. By integrating all of their offshore activities, expertise and capabilities into a more agile organisation, they will be able to fulfil the future requirements of their customers even more rigorously.

For their renewables customers, DEME Offshore provides flexible and tailored solutions, including foundation/turbine Transport & Installation, cable installation and Operations & Maintenance activities up to full Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation (EPCI) contracts. Bart De Poorter will assume the role of General Manager for our DEME Offshore renewables activities.

For oil & gas and other offshore customers, DEME Offshore’s services include landfalls and offshore civil works, rock placement, heavy lift, subsea construction, umbilical laying and the installation and decommissioning of offshore platforms. Lucas Bols will take the role of General Manager for the oil & gas and other offshore related activities.

Hugo Bouvy has been appointed Managing Director of DEME Offshore.

“We see the transformation of the energy market as a great opportunity,” says Luc Vandenbulcke, CEO of DEME. “By joining forces and expertise, combined with our state-of-the-art fleet, we are confident that DEME Offshore will be in a unique position to help our customers achieve their aspirations in the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy sector.”

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