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Subsea 7

www.subsea7.com

Photograph of Subsea 7Manufacturers of pipeline bundles for the oil industry.

Telephone
01955 608700

Fax
01955 641420

Postal Address
Subsea 7
Wester Site
Bridge of Wester
Wick
Caithness
KW1 4UR

Contact
Willie Watt



Opening Hours

Sunday :
Closed
Monday :
08:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday :
08:00am - 5:30pm
Wednesday :
08:00am - 5:30pm
Thursday :
08:00am - 5:30pm
Friday :
08:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday :
Closed


News for Subsea 7

Final Towhead Movement To Wester Site Today 7th August
Subsea 7 will be moving the final two towheads from Wick Harbour to Wester Site tomorrow, 7th of August; leaving Wick Harbour around 09:00 (dates and times are subject to having suitable weather and Police availability).   This move should be similar to previous towhead moves, leaving Wick Harbour and proceeding directly to Wester Site.  
Subsea 7 Announces Cost Reduction Measures - 3000 Jobs To Go WorldwideThumbnail for article : Subsea 7 Announces Cost Reduction Measures - 3000 Jobs To Go Worldwide
Subsea 7 issued further details of the cost reduction programme, following initial guidance provided on 30 April 2020.   It is envisaged that the overall reduction in headcount would be approximately 3,000 from the global workforce of 12,000, by the end of the second quarter 2021.  
Wester Bridge Opening/road ClosureThumbnail for article : Wester Bridge Opening/road Closure
Subsea7 are about to commence the launch of a pipeline bundle into Sinclair's Bay.   This operation will take between 24 - 36 hours and will require Subsea 7 to open the Wester Bridge to allow towheads to pass under and out to sea.  
Towheads Travelling Through Wick To Subsea 7 Wester Site - 13 March 2020Thumbnail for article : Towheads Travelling Through Wick To Subsea 7 Wester Site - 13 March 2020
Subsea 7 will be moving 2 towheads for the Buzzard Project from Wick Harbour to Wester Site in the coming days.   The first towhead move is much the same as a normal towhead move and it is planned to leave Wick Harbour on Friday 13th March at around 09:30 and proceed directly to Wester Site - see sketch below.  
Towheads Travelling Through Wick To Subsea 7 Wester Site - 16 March 2020Thumbnail for article : Towheads Travelling Through Wick To Subsea 7 Wester Site - 16 March 2020
Subsea 7 will be moving 2 towheads for the Buzzard Project from Wick Harbour to Wester Site in the coming days.   The first towhead move is much the same as a normal towhead move and it is planned to leave Wick Harbour on Friday 13th March at around 09:30 and proceed directly to Wester Site - see sketch below.  
Towheads Travelling Through Wick To Subsea 7 Wester Site - 17 March 2020Thumbnail for article : Towheads Travelling Through Wick To Subsea 7 Wester Site - 17 March 2020
Subsea 7 will be moving 2 towheads for the Buzzard Project from Wick Harbour to Wester Site in the coming days.   The first towhead move is much the same as a normal towhead move and it is planned to leave Wick Harbour on Friday 13th March at around 09:30 and proceed directly to Wester Site - see sketch below.  
Wester Bridge Opening/Road ClosureThumbnail for article : Wester Bridge Opening/Road Closure
Please be advised that we are about to commence the launch of a pipeline bundle into Sinclair's Bay.   This operation will take between 24 - 36 hours and will require Subsea 7 to open the Wester Bridge to allow towheads to pass under and out to sea.  
Towheads/large Structures Travelling Through WickThumbnail for article : Towheads/large Structures Travelling Through Wick
To whom it may concern: Subsea 7 will be moving three towheads for the Equinor Snorre Project from Wick Harbour to Wester Site from Monday 2nd December.   It is planned that the towheads will travel along the route through town (as in the photograph below) over three days (one per day) and we hope to complete the operation by Wednesday the 4th of December.  
Towheads/Large Structures Travelling Through WickThumbnail for article : Towheads/Large Structures Travelling Through Wick
Subsea 7 will be moving three towheads for the Equinor Snorre Project from Wick Harbour to Wester Site in the next 2-3 days.  It is planned that the towheads will travel along the route through town as in the photograph.  
Caithness And North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership - Update
Week Commencing 1st January 2018.   Energy & business services: 2018 promises to be another year of exciting change in the energy sector, and to highlight how things have progressed in the north the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm team have produced a short booklet outlining the significant milestones that have been achieved during 2017 - you can access the booklet at https://www.beatricewind.com/single-post/2017/12/22/lookingbackat2017 .  

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