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Vineyard clinches cable coup

Posted by Jeff Keever on February 13, 2018 3:40 PM EST
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Vineyard Wind has completed the first step of a multi-phase approval process for a subsea transmission system to interconnect its proposed 800MW offshore wind farm in the US.

The Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) office has issued a preliminary certificate which outlines potential impacts and issues, allowing the agency to move ahead with a draft environmental impact report.

http://renews.biz/110145/vineyard-clinches-cable-coup/

 

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Reportsbuzz added a new latest industry research report that focuses on ”Offshore Wind Cable market ” and provides in-depth Global Offshore Wind Cable market analysis and future prospects of Offshore Wind Cable market 2017. The research study covers significant data which makes the document a handy resource for managers, analysts, industry experts and other key people get ready-to-access and self-analyzed study along with graphs and tables to help understand market trends, drivers and market challenges. The research study is segmented by Application/ end users Offshore Wind Turbine, Oil and Gas Drilling, Other, products type Inter-array Cable, Export Cable, and geographies like United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan.

http://monotonecritic.com/2018/01/19/global-offshore-wind-cable-market-2017-abb-nexans-nkt-prysmian-general-cable-sumitomo-electric-industries/

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Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) subsidiary VBMS has signed a Preferred Supplier and Early Works Agreement for the supply and installation of the export and inter-array cables for the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm (OWF), UK. The project will be executed in consortium with NKT Cables.

The likely contract value for Boskalis is estimated to be approximately EUR 80 million and the award is subject to financial close, expected to take place in Q2 2018. The project scope includes two 50-kilometer long export cables and ninety-seven (97) 66kV inter-array cables which will be installed with two own cable laying vessels. The project execution is scheduled for 2020.

https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2017/09/25/1131884/0/en/Boskalis-subsidiary-VBMS-signs-Preferred-Supplier-Agreement-for-Triton-Knoll-OWF.html

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Deutsche Offshore Consult GmbH (DOC) has won a framework agreement from Swedish utility Vattenfall AB for the installation management of subsea power cables for future offshore wind farm across Europe.

The deal is for a period of four years and concerns offshore wind parks in Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Denmark, Deutsche Offshore Consult said in a statement on Wednesday. The contractual scope covers support for the installation, the marine coordination and the offshore construction at management level, as well as backing “a smooth running installation management” of Vattenfall offshore wind projects.

https://renewablesnow.com/news/deutsche-offshore-to-help-vattenfall-with-offshore-wind-cables-583381/

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The takeover of a offshore firm with two North East sites has been given regulatory approval.

JDR Cable Systems, which has sites in Newcastle and Hartlepool, is being acquired by Polish company Tele-Fonika Kable (TFKable) in an undisclosed deal.

The two companies have a long history of collaboration, with TFKable providing water blocked power cores for JDR’s cable and umbilical systems.

JDR’s highly technical subsea systems, used in the global offshore oil, gas and renewable industries, allow its customers to power and control their offshore operations, and will enhance the range of cable solutions TFKable can provide to its customers.

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/business/business-news/takeover-north-east-subsea-firm-13525182

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Master Thesis - Cable temperature and losses in offshore wind farmsOverall project description  

The aim of the project is to provide an understanding of the impact of different types of cable modelling, based on temperature, on array system losses. Detailed project description 

Offshore wind farms are becoming larger and are installed further away from shore. At the same time, the cost of electricity needs to be reduced. It is therefore very important to optimise the electrical infrastructure. One aspect of the optimisation is the electrical losses in the power cables, mainly in the in-site cables between wind turbines.  

https://www.energyjobline.com/job/302029/master-thesis-cable-temperature-and-losses-in-offshore-wind-farms/

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