Jan De Nul Group has completed the first part of the cable installation works to connect the wind farms Hollandse Kust (noord) and (west Alpha) to the Dutch mainland. In addition, the Belgian maritime contractor signed a contract with Global Marine Systems Ltd. for...
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...
For the very first time in history, the island of Crete has been connected to the Greek mainland by means of a subsea electricity link. Jan De Nul Group installed the 135-km long cable with its cable installation vessel Isaac Newton over a challenging seabed, at up to...
Jan De Nul Group and LS Cable & System will supply and install the high voltage cables for the grid connection of the Dutch offshore wind farms Hollandse Kust Noord and West Alpha. The cables will be installed with a minimum number of offshore joints by cable...
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