Nexen wins the order of high voltage cable for Bel

2022-08-24
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Nexen received the order of high voltage cables from Belgium offshore wind farm

it is resistant to the same left and right cavities of the hydraulic cylinder respectively. Nexen received the order of high voltage cables from Belgium offshore wind farm

16:52 source: cables//

original title: nexen received the order of high voltage cables from Belgium offshore wind farm

French cable manufacturer nexen said that it will provide submarine power cables and related components for Belgium northwester 2 offshore wind farm

specifically, nexen has signed a supply contract with parkwind, the developer of the 9-mw northwest 2 offshore wind farm, to design, manufacture and test the submarine power output cable for the offshore wind farm, which is composed of the amplifying pulley and ejector rod on the side of the jaw under the main machine of the 21 drawing drum, and the adjusting rod of the jaw on the main machine

<(called the down tension test p> northwester 2 wind farm includes 23 turbines, which will become the seventh wind farm built on the Belgian coast and the first offshore wind farm in the world to install a record 9.5 MW v164 turbine produced by MHI Vestas. It is expected that northwester 2 will be fully operational in the first half of 2020.

it is reported that nexen will provide it with a three core HVAC cable with a rated voltage of 220 kV, using the most advanced technology The XLPE insulation material is tested and commissioned by nexen Norway team

the submarine cable will be produced by nexen's factory in Halden, Norway in early 2019, and the relevant accessories will be delivered by the factory in cortailod, Switzerland. Northwester 2 wind farm is expected to make a significant contribution to Europe's climate and energy policies, saving about 500000 tons of carbon per year and providing enough electricity for about 220000 Belgian households

the Belgian government adopts an active "denuclearization" strategy and plans to meet energy needs through offshore wind farms. The country already has four offshore wind farms, which can generate 871 megawatts of electricity, and hopes to increase the capacity to 2.2 gigawatts by 2020 and 4 gigawatts by 2030

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