Nexans is the world's leading manufacturer of direct electrical heating (DEH) systems.
Nexans Norway was established in 1915 and is today a leading supplier of submarine cables.
We produce and install power cables and advanced umbilicals to transmit power and signals. Our product range also includes special-purpose cables for direct electrical heating of flow lines, for seismic surveys, for controlling remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and fibre-optic cables.
Nexans Norway is part of the Nexans group, one of the world’s leading cable manufacturers, with industrial facilities in 40 countries and commercial activities worldwide.
Nexans’ expertise centre for high-voltage submarine power cables and umbilicals is the plant in Halden, which produces paper insulated high-voltage cables, XLPE insulated cables, DEH solutions and umbilicals. The expertise centre conducts extensive research and development for all our submarine products.
The plant in Halden was established in 1974 and has been upgraded continuously in keeping up with developments in products for the offshore industry. The high-voltage laboratory in the Halden plant is one of the largest and most advanced in Europe which features state-of-the-art test equipment for high-voltage components according to international standards. In addition, we offer mechanical testing for all cables to verify our numerical simulation.
At our plant for custom submarine fiberoptic cables in Rognan, we have been building specialized telecommunication cables for more than four decades.
The plant has deep water quay access, and produces submarine communication cables, ROV umbilicals, tethers, and seismic and oceanographic cables.
Nexans introduced the first static steel tube umbilical in 1993 and the first dynamic umbilical in 1995. We have supplied more than 3,000 km of umbilicals, including a record-breaking length of 145km to Statoil's Snøhvit and umbilicals at an installation depth of 2,300m to Shell's Na Kika.
Nexans Norway was established in 1915 and is today a leading supplier of submarine cables.
Custom Offshore and Subsea Communication and Control Cables
The Yme field is located in the Egersund Basin, 100km off the coast of Norway. It lies at a water depth of 93m in blocks 9 / 2 and 9 / 5 in the south-eastern region of the North Sea.
The Valhall field was discovered in 1975 and came online in 1982. It is operated by BP, which holds a 35.95% interest, while the remaining 64.05% interest is held by Hess Norge.
Nexans’ board of directors has been informed that the company's chief executive officer (CEO) Arnaud Poupart-Lafarge has requested to leave the organisation at the soonest possible date, citing personal reasons.
As the global demand for energy continues to increase, the need for reliable clean energy sources is also growing ever more important.
Current predictions suggest that electric vehicles will account for up to a third of the world's vehicle fleet by 2040.
Cabling solutions provider Nexans was awarded a contract for the supply and installation of cables for the DoLWin6 direct-current (DC) link in July 2017.
Leading cabling solutions provider Nexans has inaugurated a new 600kW solar power system at its Liban Cables Naher Ibrahim industrial facility situated north of Beirut, Lebanon, as part of its contribution to energy transition.
Nexans is pleased to announce that Nexans Norway has completed the signing of a five-year Global Framework Agreement with BP.
It is estimated that by the year 2020, there will be more than 20 billion connected things in the world, generating over three billion terabytes' worth of data traffic.
High-voltage direct current (HVDC) mass impregnated (MI) cables have been considered the preferred solution in long-distance submarine transmission operations for decades.
Nexans is pleased to announce it has successfully placed a bond issue worth €200m.
After spending many years as one of Europe's leading oil and gas exporters, and being home to approximately half of the continent's hydroelectric water storage reservoirs, Norway's energy sector is poised for an exciting new era.
Leading industrial cabling solutions provider Nexans is pleased to announce the launch its innovative FLAMEX SI-FR line of fire-resistant cable products for use in critical power and control systems throughout the rail industry.
Nexans has partnered with industrial Internet of Things (IoT) specialist ffly4u to pioneer a new tracking and management service.
The Nexans board of directors (BoD) decided yesterday to appoint Marc Grynberg as censor, with a view to proposing his candidature as member of the BoD to the 2017 shareholders' general meeting.
ScottishPower Renewables has chosen Nexans' submarine cables to carry energy onshore from its new 714MW East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm.
Nexans Secures €300m Contract to Supply LV Cables for Infrastructure Projects in Qatar through QICC JV
Call-off contract with Kahramaa to boost infrastructures projects and meet growing demand for electricity in Qatar.
Nexans' first ever intercontinental project will use second generation submarine fibre-optic cables to connect the South Atlantic Sea from Brazil to Cameroon.
Today, Nexans announced the integration of its Russian activities into its local partner Impex Electro.
Order for 139km of three-phase 34kV subsea cable for the array cabling of the first construction phase of the 1.2GW wind farm.
Nexans will gather industry experts at its Annual Technical Conference: '"Sustainable Transportation and Connected Grids: a step forward in energy transition' in Paris on 5th December.
New, halogen-free material offers enhanced fire protection at low additional costs compared with PVC.
Today, Nexans announced that its sales for the third quarter of 2016 amounted to €1,404m (versus €1,520m for third-quarter 2015).
Pursuing its long-term commitment to innovative, sustainable mobility, Nexans is poised to deliver the first charging stations after landing a significant part of the contract to equip the sites of the national energy operator and most of France's public electricity distribution network with charging stations.
Nexans has developed a new medium-voltage cable suitable for installation in any type of ground conditions to provide cost-effective utility grid connections.
The first building equipped with BienVEnu, the electric vehicle charging solution for apartment blocks, has been unveiled this week.
Nexans was at CIGRE in Paris, France, this August to introduce a range of innovations and current projects focusing on high-voltage cables, overhead lines and accessories.
Nexans unique technology portfolio of world-class cables meets the needs of high-voltage direct current (HVDC) links through cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) insulation designs now fully qualified for 320kV, mass impregnated paper insulation and superconductor systems.
Contract for inter-array and export cables for Blyth offshore wind farm follows qualification of Nexans's 66kV Cable Technology in The Carbon Trust programme.
Nexans Umbilicals to Make Essential Subsea Connection for BP and DEA in Egypt’s West Nile Delta Project
Nexans has further extended its long run of success with BP oil & gas projects by winning a major contract to supply approximately 100km of umbilicals for the next stage of the West Nile Delta project.
AMSC and Nexans Expand Relationship to Jointly Develop and Deliver Resilient Electric Grid Projects in the US and Canada
Joint marketing and sales agreement to address both the US and Canadian markets for AMSC's REG product and high-performance power cables.
Nexans will be attending CIGRE 2016, which will take place from 21 to 26 August, in Paris, France. During the exhibition, Nexans' sessions will cover AC and DC land and submarine high-voltage cables, superconducting systems, overhead lines and high-voltage accessories.
Today, Nexans published its financial statements for the six months ended 30 June 2016, as approved by the Board of Directors at its meeting chaired by Georges Chodron de Courcel on 27 July 2016.
Nexans will deliver an innovative umbilical, 32km in length combining power, signal and steel tubes, as well as other services to OneSubsea and Woodside in Western Australia.
Beatrice Offshore Windfarm has chosen a consortium of Nexans and Siemens Transmission and Distribution to supply a transmission system to connect its new wind farm off the coast of Scotland to the grid.
Nexans Norway is supplying 275km fibre-optic cables to the Connected Amazonia Program in Brazil.
Nexans will provide cabling to Samsung Heavy Industries to ensure safe and reliable power for the Egina oil field FPSO platform.
Nexans will deliver 170kV XLPE submarine cables to increase the voltage capacity across three straits in Norway.
Nexans has been awarded the contract to deliver 48km of static umbilicals to BP, and partner DEA, for the West Nile Delta Taurus Libra project in Egypt.
Nexans’ ROC-2 cables will be used to deliver high speed broadband to Nigeria and Cameroon.
Nexans has been awarded a contract by Hyundai Heavy Industries to supply high-voltage power cables and infield cables for the Nasr oil field in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
For the second year in a row, Nexans' team in Morocco has received recognition for its outstanding performance from aerospace equipment manufacturer, Fokker Elmo.
NSN Link will interconnect Nordic and UK energy markets with the world’s longest subsea power link incorporating Nexans’ HVDC cable technology.
Nexans will manufacture and supply XLPE submarine and underground cables to connect Danish substations.
New Nexans facility in Charleston, South Carolina, US, will manufacture extra high-voltage (EHV) cable to enable Ontario Power Authority (OPA) to develop its feed-in tariff (FIT) programme for renewable energy sources.
Nexans has been awarded a contract by Eiffage Energie on behalf of Clemessy to supply specialised photovoltaic cables and power cables for the Cestas solar farm in France.
Nexans’ power umbilicals will power two subsea compressors at the Gullfaks field off the coast of Norway.
Shanghai’s Intra-City Underground Cable Network to be Reinforced with Nexans’ Extra High-Voltage Cables
Nexans' 500kV XLPE cables will be used to reinforce Shanghai's state power grid in China.
Elia Selects Nexans’ Proven Cable Expertise for Stevin Project to Reinforce Belgium’s High-Voltage Grid
The 380kV Stevin project aims to upgrade the electricity grid between Zomergem and Zeebrugge. This grid expansion is key to securing Belgium's future electricity supplies, especially in the coastal region.
The first ever power interconnector between Norway and Germany will be Nexans' largest subsea power cable contract to date in terms of length and value.
Statoil has signed a €4.5m contract for the fifth delivery of standardised umbilical cables developed by Nexans.
At a water depth of 2,100m, the Chevron-operated Jack and St Malo oil and gas fields are the deepest installation to date for Nexans' innovative power umbilicals that integrate HV power supply and umbilical functions within a single cable cross-section.
On behalf of Wintershall, Statoil has signed a contract with Nexans for the supply of direct electrical heating (DEH) technology. The DEH riser will connect the Kristin and Maria fields in the Norwegian Sea with the Kristin platform, ensuring the constant flow through pipelines.
Nexans delivers power umbilicals for world's first subsea gas compression station at the Åsgard gas field in the Norwegian Sea.
Nexans’ refitted cable ship sets sail from Norway loaded with the world's longest three-core submarine power cable.
Nexans' high-voltage (HV) teams are growing business across North America as major new power transmission projects come online.
Emera subsidiary NSP Maritime Link has awarded Nexans a turnkey project to create a high-voltage direct current (HVDC) cable connection between the island of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia in Canada.
Worldwide cable industry expert Nexans has been awarded a €8 million contract by Statoil to supply static umbilicals for the Gullfaks Rimfaksdalen project in the Norwegian North Sea.
Worldwide cable industry expert Nexans has been awarded a contract worth in excess of €120 million by Scottish Hydro Electric (SHE) Transmission to supply and install a subsea power link to upgrade the electricity transmission network between the Kintyre peninsula and the mainland coast in south-west Scotland.
Worldwide cable industry expert Nexans has been awarded a major contract by OneSubsea (a Cameron & Schlumberger company) to design, manufacture and supply an integrated power umbilical solution and associated termination hardware for Exxon Mobil's Julia oil field development in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
Global cable industry expert Nexans has been awarded a €25 million contract by seabed-to-surface engineering and construction services provider Subsea 7 to design and manufacture the direct electrical heating (DEH) system for the subsea pipelines serving the Lianzi oil field development located offshore between Angola and the Republic of Congo.
Worldwide cable industry expert Nexans has made a breakthrough in the Malaysia offshore sector with the award of a major contract by Persada Engineering to supply an electro / hydraulic subsea umbilical for Sarawak Shell Berhad.
Nexans has launched Enable®, an innovative range of remote operated vehicle (ROV) tether cables that enable ROVs to work longer and harder by incorporating bending-optimised Dyneema® fibre as the strength member.
Worldwide cable industry expert Nexans has been awarded a €80m contract by Nalcor Energy for a submarine high-voltage direct current (HVDC) cable in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada.
Worldwide cable industry expert Nexans has been awarded a €45 million contract by Statoil to supply static and dynamic umbilicals for three fast-track projects on the Norwegian Continental Shelf: The Oseberg Delta field (North Sea), the Snøhvit gas field (Barents Sea) and the Smørbukk Sør (Norwegian Sea).
Nexans will be attending the Underwater Technology Conference 2012 this week.
Nexans, a worldwide leading expert in the cable industry, has secured a €16m contract with Statoil to engineer and supply a 16.5km subsea power umbilical that will be used to connect the Gullfaks C platform in the North Sea to its subsea compression and processing equipment.
Nexans, the worldwide leader in the cable industry, has been awarded an €87m contract by Energinet and Statnett, the state-owned transmission systems operators (TSOs) in Denmark and Norway, to deliver the subsea power cable for Skagerrak 4 (SK 4), the fourth HVDC power interconnector betwee
Nexans, the worldwide leader in the cable industry, has signed a €180m turnkey contract with Fingrid Oyj and Elering OÜ, the electricity transmission system operators in Finland and Estonia, to construct a second direct current (DC) power link, the EstLink 2, between the two countries.
Nexans has been awarded an ambitious €178m turnkey contract by Enemalta, the state-owned energy authority in Malta, to design, manufacture, install and provide seabed protection of the new high-voltage alternating current (AC) submarine power link between Malta and Sicily. The contract incl
Nexans Norway, a manufacturer and supplier of advanced subsea products and services for the oil and gas industry, has uploaded a free white paper about its products. Nexans designs and manufactures special underwater cables. Our cables are known for their robustness and are tested day in and d
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