Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) is a world leading marine contractor in the international offshore oil and gas industry. HMC excels at transporting, installing and removing offshore facilities. These include fixed and floating structures, subsea pipelines and infrastructures in shallow waters, deep and ultra deep waters.
HMC manages the entire supply chain of offshore construction, from design through to completion. Headquartered in Leiden, our services encompass engineering, planning, logistics, project management and execution of projects all over the world.
We are proud of our excellence in project management and engineering, our passionate workforce and a fleet that includes formidable heavy lift and deepwater construction vessels.
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Tackling big challenges at work every day. We work on large scale projects, often in trying circumstances. Our expertise in this field has made us a leader in the offshore industry. Do you think you'd feel at home in the dynamic working environment that is Heerema Marine Contractors, and in the offshore and marine industries? Then check out our opportunities.
The Board of Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) announces today that its Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Harke Jan Meek will be stepping down from his position with immediate effect. He will be pursuing a career outside the company.
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Heerema Marine Contractors is pleased to announce an additional contract award related to the Maersk Oil Tyra Redevelopment Project.Following the award of the transportation and installation contract for the processing & accommodation platform earlier this year that required the high-end lifting capacity of Sleipnir, Maersk Oil has awarded an additional contract to HMC for extensive offshore lifting services in the Tyra East and West complexes related to the replacement of the wellhead and riser platform topsides.
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Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) today announces the intention to implement a restructuring of the company. The restructuring is related to the continuing low oil price and historic low investments in the oil and gas industry resulting in an increasingly competitive market. With market conditions and the outlook further deteriorating since the start of this year, the restructuring focuses on adapting HMC to decreased work volumes and on enhancing the cost efficiency and competitiveness of the company.As a result of the intended restructuring it is anticipated that the work force will be reduced with compulsory redundancies unfortunately being unavoidable. The restructuring foresees a termination of contract of around 200 worldwide office personnel and around 50 fleet personnel.
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