Subsea IMR provider, N-Sea Offshore has moved into new, Norwich-based premises.
The premises signify further expansion for N-Sea and should support the company’s increased activity in the oil and gas and renewable market in the Southern North Sea area.
Offshore renewable activity currently accounts for almost 30% of N-Sea’s business, through its bases in Aberdeen and Zierikzee, The Netherlands. According to the company, the new office facility at Dragonfly House, Norwich will serve to maintain and grow this market, supported by the appointment of business development manager, Gary Thirkettle.
N-Sea’s chief operating officer, Roddy James, said: “Our investment in the Norwich office is a succinct illustration of our commitment to ensuring we continue to provide the very best service to our clients who are based – or plan to establish a presence – in the area.”
“We are delighted to welcome Gary to the company. With nearly 30 years’ experience in the offshore survey sector, he is ideally qualified to lead N-Sea within the oil and gas and renewable energy markets, building upon N-Sea’s excellent reputation as we continue to deliver effective and cost efficient solutions to our clients,” added James.