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Global Marine Group announces new business unit 'Global Offshore' to serve O&G sector

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Global Offshore will focus the staff, vessels and subsea equipment needed to meet the demands of oil & gas companies operating around the world, for projects that include pipeline, cable and umbilical installation and trenching, platform-to-platform connectivity and complete platform to subsea installation services.

Operating from a strategically located base in Aberdeen, Scotland, Managing Director Mike Daniel leads the Global Offshore team. The team has an exemplary operational track record in a variety of seabed conditions for major global companies such as Shell and BP, including the installation of more than 470 power cables. Global Offshore’s assets include the M/V Symphony, a multi-purpose vessel with an extensive 1400 m² deck space, two powerful and flexible Q1400 jet trenchers and two work class remotely operated vehicles. In addition, depending on the needs of specific projects, Global Offshore will have access to GMG’s full capabilities and diverse fleet, including four specialist cable installation and repair vessels, four maintenance vessels and 16 Crew Transport Vessels.

“Offshore oil & gas customers, who often operate under demanding conditions, have always been important to the Global Marine Group,” said Ian Douglas, Chief Executive Officer of Global Marine Group. “Adding industry leading and highly sought-after specialist trenching capabilities to our offering should create significant opportunities for our customers and for the entire Global Marine Group for years to come.”

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