Leith (Edinburgh) - Oil and Gas


The Port of Leith is ideally located for all North Sea activities and has earned a well-deserved reputation for its reliable service and high quality support facilities for offshore developments port’s ability to offer large areas of ground and water for specialised mobilisation and demobilisation work.

Easy access to open quay storage and a maintained water level means that Leith is an ideal choice for mobilisation and demobilisation.

Top international marine contractors in the oil and gas pipeline industry regularly choose Leith for a wide variety of projects.  Leith’s ability to handle large bulk and general cargo vessels make it well suited for the importation of bare pipe, iron ore and cement.  Spooling operations and load-out are comfortably accommodated within the dock area. 

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