Jan De Nul Group has signed a contract with Sumitomo Electric Industries for the installation of two subsea HVDC cables and one fibre optic cable. The cables will link the existing electricity grids in Ireland and the United Kingdom. The subsea cable route for the 500...
A consortium of Jan De Nul Group and Samsung C&T has won an HVDC cable installation contract. Jan De Nul will design, install, bury and supply protection of two cable clusters of almost 1000 km in total, the largest cable installation job in the company’s...
Jan De Nul Group has signed an agreement with Osbit Ltd (UK) for the design and construction of a new subsea trenching vehicle, named Swordfish. The high-powered subsea trenching vehicle can be fitted with either a jetting installation, a mechanical chain cutter or a...
Jan De Nul Group will acquire the offshore construction and cable-lay vessel Connector from Ocean Yield ASA. The Connector is one of the largest and most advanced subsea installation and construction vessels available in the world. The vessel will be officially...
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