Offshore contractor Bluestream recently became a member of AYOP. The company, which employs more than 100 professionals from its base in Den Helder, is closely following offshore energy developments in the North Sea Canal region and sees cooperation and knowledge exchange as key to a successful future.

Bluestream has been active in oil & gas and offshore wind for over a decade. By joining AYOP, the company hopes to increase its visibility and participate in the active network of local suppliers in the offshore energy market.

The increasing focus on sustainability will lead to the disassembly of traditional oil & gas platforms in the coming years, with more offshore wind farms being installed in the Dutch part of the South North Sea. Bluestream supplies fully integrated services to both market segments, subsea and topside, and recognises the major benefits of a strong local supply chain.

Caspar Domstorff, Bluestream Board member: “We look forward to being a part of the AYOP corporate network and to participating in joint activities.” “Bluestream will further strengthen our network with its subsea and topside services for offshore oil & gas and the offshore wind market,” adds Sylvia Boer, director of AYOP. “I look forward to working together on a more sustainable future.”

The services provided by Bluestream are based on various disciplines, including Surface Demand Diving, Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), Rope Access, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). The company is known for its high level of innovation, custom solutions and the use of state-of-the-art equipment.