Offshore wind firm OEG Renewables (OEGR) has bought marine surveying company Geosight to strengthen what it can offer in offshore renewable energy, subsea cables and marine civils, it says.

Geosight provides hydrographic and multi-sensor geophysical surveys, marine engineering and other surveys.

OEG Renewables strengthens position in survey market with Geosight deal-PR IMAGE

From left: Alex Richards, OEGR operations director; Brian Gamet, managing director at Geosight

OEG works in applications around the globe for the offshore wind industry such as topside, subsea and vessels. The combination 

”Recent contracts include the completion of a large-scale hydrographic survey within Scapa Flow and Kirkwall Bay in Orkney, paving the way for the development of a new deepwater facility to support wind farm expansion off the coast of Scotland,” says the company.

“This acquisition aligns with our strategic vision of expanding our presence in the survey market and utilising our combined resources to better serve our clients,” said Eric Briar, Managing Director at OEG Renewables.