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    Nexans’ cables to enhance fire safety for world’s largest cruise ship [Dec 2014] STX France has chosen Nexans to supply cables and services to be used in the building of its new ship, Oasis 3. Nexans will deliver 5000 km of cables for the largest cruise ship in the world with a capacity of 2744 passenger cabins and 1197 crew cabins. The ship is being built for Royal Caribbean International in STX France’s shipyard at St. Nazaire.
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    Nexans’ Direct Electrical Heating systems selected by Statoil for the Kristin and Maria fields [Dec 2014] Statoil, on behalf of Wintershall, 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.
    Asgard gas field compression station to be powered by Nexans umbilicals [Dec 2014] The world’s first subsea gas compression station will begin operation at the Asgard gas field next year after Nexans delivered sophisticated power umbilicals to Statoil, which manages the field. The innovative umbilicals delivered by Nexans combine power, fiber-optic and hydraulic lines in a single cross-section
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    Suzlon deploys Nexans’ end to end cable solutions for wind farm projects in Brazil [Feb 2014] Suzlon, one of the world’s leading wind turbine manufacturers, has turned to Nexans to support its major projects in Brazil with complete end to end cable solutions that will ensure effective, efficient and reliable connections for some 150 wind turbine generators (WTGs). The total contract value is worth around €11 million.
    Maritime Link Project selects Nexans’ HVDC subsea power cable to connect Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador in Eastern Canada [Feb 2014] Nexans will supply approximately of 340 km of mass impregnated (MI) HVDC subsea and land cables together with fibre optic elements, transition joints for the sea and land cables, joints and terminations.
    DONG Energy and Nexans Sign Cable Contract for Gode Wind 1 and 2 OWF [Feb 2014] This new agreement is part of an outline contract for the delivery of up to 900 km of offshore cables for internal farm cabling. The order for Gode Wind includes 140 km of 34-kV offshore cables, which link the individual wind turbines to each other and connect them to the offshore transformer platform.
    Nexans submarine cables to provide vital reinforcement for BKK’s power supply network in Norway [Feb 2014] Norway’s power supply network will get a crucial boost in reliability and capacity with the installation of Nexans’ state-of-the-art submarine cables as part of a major new connection for the utility BKK Nett AS. The new 420 kV connection between Mongstad and Kollsnes will cross two fjords
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