Peterson is established in key regions across the globe, strategically placed close to their clients to allow it to provide on the ground assistance where required.
Main bases include:
In 2015, Peterson handled an almost 2,000 portcalls in the Port of Den Helder, with the Southern North Sea (SNS) Pool responsible for 1,785 of these and Peterson Supply responsible for the remaining. As a result Peterson remains by far the biggest player in the Port of Den Helder.
Peterson has operated in the UK for decades, working closely with clients and partners in one of the world’s key energy hubs. Based in the energy capital of Europe, Aberdeen, as well as decommissioning facilities in Great Yarmouth and Shetland with an additional site in Heysham, Peterson are located across the UK to support customers services and needs.
Formed in 2004, 80:20 is Peterson’s procurement company, created to add real value to a previously neglected area of the supply chain through novel procurement product offerings.
Located in Aberdeen, The Netherlands and Houston, 80:20 has an additional office in Norway – providing both Peterson and 80:20 with a strong presence in well-established and important oil and gas hubs.
Peterson (Malta) Ltd is engaged in supply base services, warehousing and logistics management, procurement for industry, as well as recruitment, supporting clients in the Mediterranean and Black Sea regions.
From Malta, 8020 Procurement Services, a Peterson company, is more than just another supplier of goods. The company is a global outsourced procurement team, specialised in sourcing, negotiation and management of customers’ one-off procurement, consumables and non-strategic spends.
North & Central America
Peterson has signed a teaming partnership agreement with Port Cameron LLC to develop a state-of-the-art port and supply base facility in the Gulf of Mexico. Peterson will provide logistics consultancy services to support the planning and initial development of Port Cameron, a 500-acre deepwater staging port situated in Cameron, Louisiana.
Peterson brings a solid understanding of processes and systems to optimise port and supply base operations, which is essential at a time when the industry is looking to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Port Cameron presents energy operators and service companies in the Gulf with an opportunity to position their business in a premier deepwater oil and gas port centrally located to conveniently serve offshore installations in the region.
Active in Trinidad since 2012, before setting up a formal operation in 2014 to support local operators and service companies, Peterson Integrated Logistics TT Limited works in integrated supply base operations management, logistics control planning and pipe yard operations.
Peterson is committed to creating local employment opportunities in the areas where they work. This is reinforced by the award of the five year BP Trinidad contract, which includes supply base operations management, logistics control planning and pipe yard operations, which will focus on the recruitment and development of the local workforce whose skills and experience are key to ensuring successful delivery.