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With decades of experience in oil and gas and abundant renewable energy resources, Scotland is the natural home for your energy project - and ports across the country offer the infrastructure you need.

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Scotland's network of ports offer valuable opportunities for the energy industry.

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Ports across the country offer a range of infrastructure, facilities, skills and supply chain to support the oil & gas, decommissioning, subsea and renewables industries.

The Scottish Energy Ports programme is a set of linked activities to support the enhancement of energy sector use of Scottish port infrastructure.

We are working with a number of industry stakeholders including British Ports Association, Scottish Renewables, Oil & Gas UK, Subsea UK, Decom North Sea and others to develop this concept further.

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Over the coming months we'll be developing the Scottish Energy Ports Information Hub. The initiative aims to make information about the energy industry more readily available to our ports; make it easier for the energy industry to find out information about our ports infrastructure; and provide a forum for energy companies and ports to make connections.

Explore our Scottish Energy Ports

Scotland’s ports are located all around our coastline, providing services for a range of energy projects. Explore Scotland's ports:

East coast energy ports

Northern energy ports and Moray Firth cluster

West coast energy ports

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We can help you find out more about the Scottish Energy Ports network and we'll also keep you up-to-date with the development of our energy ports programme:

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