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Danish delivery for longest submarine cable

Danish delivery for longest submarine cable

05-01-2017 12:00:00


The Danish marine consulting firm Survey Assosiation has signed an agreement to conduct risk managemet task of the Norwegian-British consortium, which is in the process of building the world's longest submarine cable.

"Never before has a submarine cable of this size been built and we are proud to be part of the project," says Henrik Uth, CEO In Survey Assosiation.

The submarine cable will be of 1400 MW, 730 km long and is budgeted to cost 2 million euros.
The cable will run from Suldal in Norway to Blyth in England and is scheduled for completion in 2021.

The cable will help the UK and Norway exchange energy and will thus help to ensure security of supply in the Norwegian and UK market.

Survey Association's role is to cooperate with the project representatives to ensure that the project lives up to good industry practice and the potential risks in the project is reduced to an acceptable level, the company said.

The value of the order value for the Danish company has not been disclosed.

Source: Survey Association / Maritime Denmark


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