Pushing the boundaries
We have since many years entered into partnership agreements in order to specifically support our activities and to fully explore the potentials combining our accumulated experience and expertise with country specificities which can be extraordinarily complex.
In addition to the offices, Riverlake has partnerships in Moscow under the Neptuneflot umbrella, Curaçao together with Emar and the Offshore Support Base (OSB) platform, and finally in Cayenne, French Guyana with Société Guyanaise de Conseils et Ingénierie (SGCI).
This could be anything from being responsible for the sourcing and manning of ships for the Russian domestic offshore and dredging market to carrying out studies on issues of oil quay rehabilitation, Conventional Buoy Mooring System (CBM) and other energy supply technologies dedicated to regions where partnerships are in place. Without forgetting the decommissioning of vessels, predominantly offshore, located in facilities fully equipped to address this type of challenge.
This is a snapshot of what we do with our partners. In other words, the setting up of these partnerships allows us, together with them, to leverage local know-how and country opportunities. We consider that these agreements enhance the results that we and our partners want to deliver. We find motivation in complexity, and the challenges we have to meet compel us to be innovative. These exciting stimuli push Riverlake’s teams to new heights.