NOV Secures Remacut’s Cable-Lay Equipment Contract for Nexans’ New Cable-Lay Vessel

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Italian company Remacut™, part of NOV, has secured a cable-lay equipment contract for Nexans' new cable-lay vessel (CLV). This achievement represents a significant milestone and underscores NOV's commitment to actively supporting its clients with the energy transition by enhancing its expertise in cable lay systems.

Remacut offers one of the most advanced integrated cable-lay systems, featuring automated line control equipment capable of performing synchronized bundled-lay operations. Building on the success of its predecessor, the Nexans Aurora CLV, the newly constructed vessel will incorporate a 3,500 t underdeck carousel to complement the 10,000 t concentric carousel on deck. Tensioners and a capstan, forming the dual PRT & SBD firing lines, are strategically positioned within the dedicated cable-lay hangar of the vessel to serve the carousels.

The collaboration with Nexans, a renowned global player in the subsea cables industry, marks a strategic partnership that will benefit NOV and contribute to the overall advancement of cable lay systems.

Paolo Portonero, Managing Director at Remacut, said: “The collaboration with Nexans, a renowned global player in the subsea cables industry, marks a strategic partnership that will benefit NOV and contribute to the overall advancement of cable lay systems.”

Marco Bregman, Director of Installation & Services at Nexan, added: “We look forward to a strong partnership with Remacut, where the cable-laying equipment designs from Nexans Aurora will be developed further for the new CLV.”

Remacut success in securing the equipment package contract for Nexans’ cable lay vessel marks a significant milestone in the company’s journey toward becoming a prominent player in the cable-lay industry. This achievement positions NOV Remacut as a reliable and innovative partner for future projects in the rapidly evolving landscape of energy transition and infrastructure development.

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