Neptune to Showcase Its Services at Upcoming OECC in Amsterdam

Kevin Stephen, Neptune’s Operations and Business Development Director for Europe, Mediterranean and Africa

Representatives from Neptune Marine Services UK are getting set to travel to the Netherlands to attend this year’s Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OECC).

Jason French and Ka Henney-Cant who are part of the organisations business development team, will be at the event in Amsterdam from October 25 to 26 to showcase Neptune’s services including specialised engineered solutions and equipment fabrication, integrated inspection, repair and maintenance solutions, geotechnical and geophysical survey and pipeline stabilisation.

Neptune will be based at the Scotland pavilion, organised by Scottish Development International (SDI), the international arm of Scotland’s economic development agencies, for the duration of the conference. SDI has supported Neptune’s expansion plans into the Gulf of Mexico.

Kevin Stephen, Neptune’s operations and business development director for Europe, Mediterranean and Africa, said: “The Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference holds high importance within the offshore energy sector and we are delighted to be attending alongside SDI this year.

“Exhibiting at key conferences like this size allows Neptune to remain at the forefront of the industry, keep informed of the latest trends within the sector and the expected challenges and opportunities for the remainder of the year.”

David Rennie, international sector head for oil and gas at Scottish Development International, added: “Looking for opportunities internationally will be key to growing Scotland’s oil and gas sector in the future and as such, we are committed to supporting supply chain companies such as Neptune to maximise the significant opportunities through events such as OECC. I wish Neptune a successful visit to Amsterdam and look forward to working with the company as it expands its global presence.”

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