New Subsea UK website helps members to seek global business outside N. Sea basin

Neil Gordon,
Neil Gordon,

Subsea UK has launched a new online portal to help members export their skills, technology and expertise to key oil and gas provinces around the world.

The industry body – which represents the £9 billion subsea sector – has also become an accredited trade partner of the UKTI’s trade show access programme to help UK subsea companies take part overseas trade events.

Developed as a starting platform for companies looking to expand into international markets, the Global Business portal will allow users to access intensively-researched industry reports, market data, related news and events to help them pinpoint exactly where the opportunities are out-with the UK.

Members will be given secure log-in details to research how to go about doing business in Central, North and South America, Europe, Africa and in Asia Pacific.

Neil Gordon, Subsea UK Chief Executive, said: “We are committed to supporting companies in fast-tracking their international growth and shifting their reliance on the North Sea to explore new business prospects around the world.”

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