November 2018 (on a date yet to be determined)
Arnhem, the Netherlands
Recent years have seen a significant increase in the use, length and capacity of submarine power cables in various sectors. In the offshore wind sector, for example, an important driver behind this increase is the transition to renewable energy resources. Any failure in such a submarine cables has a huge impact. Repair costs are immense due to the inaccessible locations and specialised resources required. Meanwhile, the need to wait for favourable weather means service downtime can run into months, causing severe production loss and reputation damage.
Given the potential costs, investors want to mitigate risks. Despite the existence of various standards, guidelines and recommendations, there is no overall quality standard for the cabling process from start to finish. Using the offshore wind sector once again as an example, facets such as turbines are covered but not the cables, which currently account for the major part in insurance pay-outs on offshore wind farms. The design, manufacturing, testing and commissioning of a submarine cable thus need to be carefully implemented, including quality assurance and quality control in each phase.
This three day course will address and highlight the entire submarine cable life cycle, providing participants with a holistic view and sound understanding of submarine power cables and their accessories.
This course will be scheduled in November 2018 on a date yet to be determined. For more information, please refer to the brochure. If you are interested in this course, please contact us.
This training course is also available on request (content, location and duration can be adapted to you specific wishes).
- Health, safety and environment
- Marine survey
- Cable system design parameters
- Cable design parameters
- Cable accessories
- Cable installation
- Quality assurance and quality control, inspections and testing
- Testing, maintenance and failure investigation
- Visit to the KEMA laboratories (if course venue is Arnhem)
Parties with an interest in improving the quality of submarine cables, including: cable manufacturers, cable installers, offshore energy project developers, TSOs and DSOs, energy utilities, energy project investors and insurance companies.
DNV GL offers a range of courses in the field of power cables: