PFN Mexico, Noatum Project Cargo, Aims to Gain Expertise in Offshore

Noatum Project Cargo, announces that they have recently joined two WIND ENERGY associations as a member with the aim of adding expertise in Wind offshore-related logistics to the industry.

Earlier this month CEO of Noatum Project Cargo, Daniel Baresategui talked to Simon West about the offshore industry after the US elections and under the Biden Administration. An article was published by “Breakbulk Event & Media” where Daniel shares some insight. “The future holds deep changes and we have to be prepared for what is to come,” “While we continue to serve oil and gas companies, we are also increasing our renewable energy services portfolio with a greater focus on offshore wind. As the saying goes, when one door closes, another opens.”  Read the whole article here:

Noatum Project Cargo has been a PFN member for Mexico for about 2 years and we are very proud to have them be our representatives as PFN Mexico. Like many of our PFN members, there is a need to branch out to innovative areas in the project industry to gain more knowledge and to look towards the future. PFN Mexico is doing just that by becoming part of the changing market and the future of renewable energy and offshore.

They have become a member of the Asociación Empresarial Eólica (AEE)  and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)
Increasing know-how and knowledge is highly promoted by PFN and one of our top values. PFN Mexico has taken steps towards expanding its horizon with the mission to be part of the solution to today’s energy challanges.