Offshore services company OEG Offshore UK has enhanced its relationship with leading logistics provider, Lubbers Logistics Group, having signed a new partnership agreement targeting the offshore energy sector.


Image source: OEG Offshore; L-R: Andre Mulder, director renewable energy for Lubbers Logistics Group and Rob Goodall, OEG Offshore vp of business development signing new agent partnership deal in the Netherlands.

The companies have partnered on projects for some 14 years. New aspects of the agreement will focus on the provision of OEG’s expanded portfolio of services with both subsea and topside capabilities, in conjunction with a growing fleet of vessels. Together, the companies aim to better serve customers on a range of energy projects, from engineering and construction to operations and maintenance both for oil and gas and offshore renewables projects.

Andre Mulder, director renewable energy for Lubbers, said: “Customers within the wind and power industry can make local use of the joint offshore services of OEG and Lubbers. As an example a stock of offshore units is currently being placed in offshore port Eemshaven.”