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NKT Cables’ recently launched cable laying vessel – NKT Victoria has started working on itsher maiden project – the installation of two subsea power cables connecting Caithness and Moray in Scotland.
Siem Offshore’s Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel (AHTS) Siem Ruby has cleared rocks and boulders along the proposed subsea cable route for the 1.2GW Caithness-Moray transmission project in Scotland.
UK marine engineering company MAATS Tech has announced that it received a patent for its latest product, the Vessel Enabler, a modular chute that enables high-tension horizontal cable lay in deep waters and thus eliminates the need for a vertical lay tower or vertical lay system.
UK engineers MAATS Tech delivered cable-laying equipment to NKT’s newbuild NKT Victoria prior to the vessel’s first project – the Caithness – Moray subsea link in Scotland.
The NKT Victoria cable-laying vessel has successfully laid the first HVDC cables in the Moray Firth as part of Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ GBP 1.1 billion Caithness-Moray transmission project.
NKT ‘s new cable laying vessel – NKT Victoria – has won the Ship of the Year 2017 prize at the NorShipping exhibition in Lillestrøm, Norway.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has opened a new technology centre in Cumbernauld that will allow the energy industry to simulate real life conditions to test and de-risk the use of high voltage direct current (HVDC) on the electricity network in Great Britain.