For decades, high-voltage direct current (HVDC) mass impregnated (MI) cables have been the preferred solution for long-distance submarine transmission.
Huawei Marine Networks has awarded Nexans the contract to supply 6000 km of their second generation submarine Repeatered Optical Cables (ROC) for Phase II of the National Broadband Network (“NBNII”) project linking Cameroon and Brazil.
Danish company DONG Energy Wind Power A/S has contracted Nexans to supply and terminate a total of 139 km of three-phase subsea cable for the first of three construction phases of the Hornsea Project One wind farm, located off the Yorkshire coast.
Nexans, in collaboration with the utility managing the majority of France’s public electricity distribution network, has developed and tested a new generation of medium voltage (MV) cables for the connection of power sources to the grid.
Higher voltages and lower losses – these were just two of the topics that arose in lectures and discussions when Nexans showcased its innovations at CIGRE 2016 in August.
Nexans has further extended its long run of success with BP oil & gas projects by winning a major contract to supply approximately 100 km of umbilicals for the next stage of the West Nile Delta project.
OneSubsea has ordered the umbilical and accessories from Nexans to develop the Greater Enfield development off the coast of Exmouth, Western Australia.
Statnett, Norway’s state owned power system operator, has energised 68 km of Nexans’ coloured conductors on its new overhead transmission line connecting central Norway to western Norway.
The 2015 Registration document has been filed with the AMF (Autorité des Marchés Financiers) on April 7, 2016.
Following the agreement signed end of October 2015, Nexans confirms that it has concluded, as of December 1st, the divestment of its Argentinean activities to the group which controls the cable manufacturer Cimet in Argentina.
The Nexans Board of Directors decided today to appoint Mrs. Kathleen Wantz-O’Rourke as censor with a view to proposing her candidature as member of the Board of Directors to the 2016 shareholders’ general meeting.
Norwegian Escape, a luxury cruise liner built by Meyer Werft in Germany, has just been launched with 2,400 km of Nexans’ power, instrumentation and control cables.
Nexans has released the world’s first KEMA IEC 61850 certified iGigaswitch Series, compatible across similarly certified components from any manufacturer allowing for smarter and faster interchangeability.
Nexans’ technical conference in the Netherlands looked at fire safety and businesses’ ethical and legal responsibilities in light of incoming CPR
Brazil’s first modern tramway is to benefit from enhanced reliability thanks to a partnership between Nexans and Alstom.
The new super complex at the heart of the future development of the Nasr oil field, offshore from Abu Dhabi in the UAE, will be powered by Nexans’ subsea cables.
The Anthem of the Seas, a luxury cruise liners built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany, set sail with Nexans cables on board.
For the second year in a row, Nexans’ team in Morocco has received recognition for its outstanding performance from aerospace equipment manufacturer, Fokker Elmo.
Two new cable systems will reinforce the electricity grid in central Eastern Norway
Contract is valued at around Euros 50 million and will cover the design, manufacture and installation of XLPE cables
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