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Ulstein Verft has selected Palfinger Marine to deliver a new major deck equipment package for the DP3 cable laying vessel Nexans Aurora. The order consists of cranes, winches and lifesaving appliances, including two LBT 935 lifeboats with the belonging davits and one life raft davit on each side of the vessel. According to Palfinger, the lifeboats are […]
Ulstein Verft has held the keel laying ceremony for Nexans' DP3 cable laying vessel (CLV) Nexans Aurora. According to Ulstein, the keel laying, held on 24 April, marks the start of assembling the grand blocks of the 149.9m long vessel. The hull is being built at Crist in Poland while the engineering, outfitting and system integration, […]
Nexans will supply pre-terminated and factory-tested turbine cables as well as the full scope of T-connectors terminating the dynamic inter-array cables for the 25MW WindFloat Atlantic floating wind farm. WindFloat Atlantic will be the world’s first large-scale commercial floating wind project operating at 66 kilovolts (kV). Nexans has been selected to supply its WINDLINK pre-terminated factory-tested […]
Ulstein Verft has cut the first steel for Nexans' DP3 cable laying vessel C/S Aurora. The hull is being built at Crist in Poland, while the engineering, outfitting and system integration, as well as equipment preparation, testing, sea trials and finalizing are carried out at Ulstein Verft in Norway. Designed by Norwegian company Skipsteknisk, the […]
Nexans has completed the installation of the first four cables of the NordLink high voltage direct current (HVDC) subsea interconnector between Norway and Germany.
French cable maker Nexans has won a contract to provide a subsea export cable system for the nearshore section of Ørsted's 1.4GW Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm in the UK. The contract is worth over EUR 150 million and will see Nexans supplying 200 kilometres of the 245 kV high voltage alternating current (HVAC) subsea export […]
Nexans will provide up to 190km of inter-array cable rated at a maximum operating capacity of 72.5kV for the 752MW Borssele 1 and 2 offshore wind project in the Netherlands as part of the recently-announced contract.
Ørsted has added Bladt Industries, Nexans and Cordeel to the list of suppliers and contractors for the 752MW Borssele 1 and 2 wind farm in the Dutch North Sea, according to Henrik Egholm, EPC director Borssele 1 and 2.
Belgian offshore wind developer Northwester 2 has selected the French cable specialist Nexans to provide an export cable system for the 219MW Northwester 2 offshore wind farm.
Nexans has been awarded a contract worth over EUR 35 million by Triton Knoll’s onshore cable installation lead contractor J Murphy & Sons Ltd to supply the land export cable and accessories in order to connect the Triton Knoll wind farm to the UK grid.
Ulstein Verft has contracted Palfinger Marine to provide a major deck equipment package for Nexans' new cable laying vessel Aurora.
Following news that Nexans signed a deal with Ulstein Verft for the construction of its new cable laying vessel, the Nexans Aurora, UK marine engineering company MAATS Tech informed that it will supply a deck spread for the vessel.
Nexans Subsea Operations and Ulstein Verft have signed a contract for the construction of a large, DP3 cable laying vessel, to be named Nexans Aurora and delivered in 2021.
Nexans has completed all export cable installation and burial works at the Beatrice site, where Siemens Transmission and Distribution team has started commissioning works on the recently installed second Offshore Transformer Module (OTM) in preparation for the energisation of the system.
Nexans has completed the manufacturing of the 220kV offshore export cable for the Beatrice wind farm, with the final section now en route to the offshore site in the Outer Moray Firth, Scotland.
Nexans has completed the installation of its 400kV Outdoor Sealing Ends at Blackhillock, where the onshore substation for the 588MW Beatrice offshore wind farm is being built.
Nexans is scheduled to carry out the pull-in of the export cable 1.2 to the first Offshore Transformer Module (OTM) at the Beatrice offshore wind farm site. The works are scheduled to start on 24 February and to be completed by 2 March.
Nexans, using Boskalis' fallpipe vessel (FPV) Rockpiper, is set to commence the rock emplacement campaign for the installation of the first of two export cables (EC1) in the Beatrice offshore wind farm export corridors on 21 December.
Nexans' cable laying vessel Nexans Skagerrak has completed the laying and burial of the first 70-kilometer 220kV export cable which will connect the 588MW Beatrice offshore wind farm to the Scottish grid.
Nexans has opened a new high voltage test laboratory at its Calais Center of Excellence in France, making it fully operational with the capacity to test cable systems up to 1.5 million volts.
The second campaign of the installation of two export cables in the export corridors and construction site of the Beatrice offshore wind farm will start around 2 November, according to the project's Notice to Mariners.
Nexans has started jetting/trenching of the installed section of the first Beatrice offshore wind farm export cable (EC1.1) from around 2km North of the beach at Portgordon.
Nexans has commenced the first installation campaign of two export cables for the Beatrice offshore wind farm. The project's notice to mariners states that the works have been set to start around 28 September.
Nexans has announced the start of construction of a new cable-laying vessel for submarine high voltage (HV) cable systems installation. Being built by Uljanik Group, a Croatia-based shipyard, the high capacity Nexans vessel is designed for worldwide installation of large volumes of HVDC and HVAC cable systems, even in the most severe weather conditions, the […]
Siemens has received an order from TenneT to supply the entire technology for efficient direct-current transmission for DolWin6, a grid connection for offshore wind farms in the German waters of the North Sea. The order is valued at high three-digit millions euros range.
Nexans has won a contract worth more that EUR 180 million for supply submarine cables that will carry the electricity from the 714MW East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm to the mainland.