Port of Den Helder is at all times involved in different activities. Whether it is direct or by means of our stakeholders
North Sea Energy Gateway is the offshore service and logistic centre of the Central & Southern North Sea in The Netherlands. Den Helder has been an established hub for the Oil & Gas industry for 40 years. 99% of all platforms in this part of the North Sea are serviced through Den Helder. Not only does Den Helder have the port and airport with the shortest sailing and flying times to the largest number of platforms, North Sea Energy Gateway is also at the heart of an extensive supply chain network. The list of assets which are serviced through Port of Den Helder is too long to display here. Please click on the button below to go to the official EBN chart of all offshore oil & gas assets.
Den Helder is centrally located for the offshore wind industry, providing an ideal Operations & Maintenance base. The supply chain in Den Helder is already a valued partner for operations, maintenance and logistics for the wind parks in the Netherlands.
Through the various present service providers and agents, Port of Den Helder played a role in the highlighted windfarms displayed in the picture (in red), klick on the button below to view them. Our service providers and agents have been involved in various projects in the field of geological surveys, installation, maintenance & recycling.
Highlighted windfarms displayed in red are (in random order):
GODE WIND 1
GODE WIND 2
EAST ANGLIA ONE
Many Oil & Gas facilities are nearing the end of their lifetime or are no longer economically viable. Den Helder has been an established hub for the industry for 40 years and has a vast network of more than 200 supply companies, including specialists in Plug & Abandonment services.
The first ever decommissioning project on the Dutch part of the North Sea was executed in 2017 by NAM for its L13 platform. The project was for the decommissioning of a Heli-deck and was carried out from the Port of Den Helder. This year NAM will also carry this out for their K83 platform and will also be carried out from the Port of Den Helder.
Currently 95% of all Plug and Abandonment projects for the Dutch part of the North Sea are carried out from the Port of Den Helder. To date these are already more than 20 closed wells.
North Sea Energy Gateway’s suppliers can take care of the whole process - from preparation through to removal, transport, disposal and responsible recycling - resulting in a seamless and cost efficient decommissioning process.
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With more than 200 leading service companies, suppliers and main contractors to the offshore, renewables and maritime industry based in the region of the North Sea Energy Gateway, the supply chain is clearly represented. Many of these companies have been supplying the offshore industry for decades. Whether you require an engineering or drilling firm, or an ROV, UAV or drone pilot, specialists are available in every sector. Please click on the button below to get a more in depth impression of our supply chain and its variety of stakeholders.