Energy Transition Hubs

The UK is a global leader in offshore wind with over 10GW of installed capacity, with an aspiration of achieving 40GW by 2030 as part of the UK Offshore Wind Sector Deal. In the longer term, the UK could achieve 75GW by 2050, in line with the Government’s commitment towards net zero.

We're Ready When You Are

At Peel Ports we partner with developers of on/offshore wind project developers, oil and gas asset owners and their contractors who are seeking prime locations with experience and capability.

We have ready to activate, key strategic locations which meet the needs for new renewable energy developments and the decommissioning of assets with experienced teams who have the track record in delivering a broad range of complex projects.

Our strategically-located, Energy Transition Hubs are enabling the UK’s renewable energy transition by offering outstanding capabilities for Oil & Gas maintenance and decommissioning as well as the development of on and offshore wind farms.

Our strategically-located, Energy Transition Hubs are enabling the UK’s renewable energy transition by offering outstanding capabilities for Oil & Gas maintenance and decommissioning as well as the development of on and offshore wind farms.

Our strategically-located, Energy Transition Hubs are enabling the UK’s renewable energy transition by offering outstanding capabilities for Oil & Gas maintenance and decommissioning as well as the development of on and offshore wind farms.

Great Yarmouth

Located on Norfolk’s east coast, the Port of Great Yarmouth is capable of accommodating most vessels involved in offshore wind and gas decommissioning projects with a maximum draught of 12m and beam and LOA restricted to 120 and 220m respectively.

The team and the port has extensive offshore wind experience, in both operations and maintenance as well as construction.

Hunterston PARC

Earmarked as one of the UK’s key investment sites for the development of the blue and green economy, Hunterston PARC offers unrivalled opportunities for the energy transition market.

Situated on the Firth of Clyde, Hunterston PARC has access to some of the deepest waters of any port in the UK, able to accommodate draught of 35m.

With extensive redevelopment pipeline now in place, Hunterston could easily become a global centre for offshore wind turbine fabrication and assembly.

King George V Dock

Situated on the River Clyde, King George V Dock (KG5) offers vessel access to the centre of Glasgow. The dock is able to accommodate most vessels involved in offshore wind operations and maintenance as well as construction and installation.

With a track record in supporting the onshore wind industry through the import of onshore wind turbine components, the site has a significant laydown area for component staging for on and offshore wind.

Its close proximity to Glasgow, KG5 benefits from the Clyde’s rich maritime history and local engineering expertise.

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Keep up-to-date with our latest case studies, and the results we have achieved for our clients.

Contact Sales.

We would love to talk about how we could work together.

Keep up-to-date with our latest case studies, and the results we have achieved for our clients.

Contact Sales.

We would love to talk about how we could work together.

Offshore Wind Capabilities

MARINE
  • Vessel access alongside
  • Vessel access beam
  • Vessel navigation / operational restrictions
  • Distance to near OW site
  • Availability for anchorage for floating foundations
  • Current and future cranage

 

 

 

MATERIALS HANDLING

  • Quayside strength
  • Size of area for laydown and assembly
  • Load-bearing capacity of area for laydown and assembly
  • Pontoon space
  • Options for full fabrication and final assembly

 

 

FABRICATION & CONSTRUCTION

  • Possibilities for modular construction
  • Accommodation for crew on site/nearby

 

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Great Yarmouth Capabilities – Oil and Gas Decommissioning

 

MARINE

Vessel access alongside

Vessel access beam

Vessel navigation / operational restrictions

Proximity to basins / fields

Accommodation of SHLV/HLV drafts

Availability of anchorage for foundations

 

 

MATERIALS HANDLING

Current and future cranage

Quayside strength

Size of area for laydown and assembly

Load-bearing capacity of area for laydown and assembly

NORM and heavy metal handling and treatment capability

Waste recycling and disposal facilities

Quayside space

 

BROWNFIELD MODS / CONSTRUCTION

Options for full fabrication and final assembly

Possibilities for modular construction

Accommodation for crew on site/nearby

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Offshore Wind Capabilities

 

 

 

MARINE

Vessel access alongside

Vessel access beam

Vessel navigation / operational restrictions

Distance to near OW site

Availability for anchorage for floating foundations

Current and future cranage

 

 

 

MATERIALS HANDLING

Quayside strength

Size of area for laydown and assembly

Load-bearing capacity of area for laydown and assembly

Pontoon space

Possibilities for modular construction

 

 

FABRICATION & CONSTRUCTION

Accommodation for crew on site/nearby

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Oil & Gas Decommissioning Capabilities

 

MARINE

Vessel access alongside

Vessel access beam

Vessel navigation / operational restrictions

Proximity to basins / fields

Accommodation of SHLV/HLV drafts

Availability of anchorage for foundations

 

 

MATERIALS HANDLING

Current and future cranage

Quayside strength

Size of area for laydown and assembly

Load-bearing capacity of area for laydown and assembly

NORM and heavy metal handling and treatment capability

Waste recycling and disposal facilities

Quayside space

 

BROWNFIELD MODS / CONSTRUCTION

Possibilities for modular construction

Accommodation for crew on site/nearby

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Offshore Wind Capabilities

 

 

 

MARINE

Vessel access alongside

Vessel access beam

Vessel navigation / operational restrictions

Distance to near OW site

Availability for anchorage for floating foundations

Current and future cranage

 

 

 

MATERIALS HANDLING

Quayside strength

Size of area for laydown and assembly

Load-bearing capacity of area for laydown and assembly

Pontoon space

Possibilities for modular construction

 

 

FABRICATION & CONSTRUCTION

Accommodation for crew on site/nearby

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