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World Markets for HV and EHV Cable Ed 1 2020

  • ID: 4871607
  • Report
  • February 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 192 Pages
  • StatPlan Energy Ltd
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A Comprehensive Report on the Current Usage, Consumption, Future Demand and Supply of EHV and HV Cable

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Cablel® Hellenic Cables
  • Fujikura
  • Hitachi Cable
  • J-Power Systems (JPS)
  • LS Cable & System
  • Ningbao Orient Cable
  • MORE

The report is based on two comprehensive surveys of cable length in km by voltage:
 
1. The land based transmission and distribution networks of 162 countries. The objective is to position EHV and HV cable within the entire network systems from EHV transmission to LV distribution in 2019, analysing each national grid by overhead lines, underground cables, and voltages. The data is derived from a survey of 186 utilities, together with secondary research of national sources.

2. Worldwide subsea cables - land-to-land interconnections, export cable for wind farms, power-from-shore cables for oil & gas platforms, analysing interconnector cable and export cable by voltage. Based on secondary research of 202 subsea power cable systems.

Analysis by five voltage groups:

  • EHV: >330 kV
  • EHV: 200<330 kV
  • HV: 100<200 kV
  • MV: >12<100 kV
  • LV: <400 V<12 kV

The market for HV and EHV cable is changing, on both the supply and demand sides. Suppliers are developing new technology with higher voltage cables and thinner dielectric insulation. On the demand side, regulation is being enacted for the new generation of EHV transmission corridors, city networks and environmental hazards. User practices are changing, with MV cable migrating to HV. These issues are identified and discussed.

Opportunities for HV underground cable - UGC amounts to 17.4% of total network mileage and 2.4% of the HV networks, but in both grids is on the increase in niche segments. Globally, transmission is in a phase of growth and modernisation involving large expenditures. Many national studies have outlined the pros and cons and made recommendations for EHV & HV UGC (= 330 kV/= 200 kV/ =100 kV) and identified cases for full and partial undergrounding. The report lists these opportunities and relevant national policies which will shape future markets.

Opportunities for HV subsea cable - The current state of the three major subsea cable segments are outlined and future developments flagged; land and island connections, offshore wind power, oil & gas power-fromshore and umbilicals. The report identifies the growth areas including trends from MV cable to HV.

The technologies of HV and EHV underground and subsea cables are outlined; high pressure fluid filled pipe (HPFF), high pressure gas filled pipe (HPGF), self-contained fluid filled (SCFF)/mass impregnated MI, EPR and XLPE dielectric insulated cable. The differences of composition are outlined, with advantages and disadvantages for each type, with historical and present usage trends.

New HV technologies are being commercialised; superconductors are already well established in medical ro- botics , and are starting to be installed in power transmission applications; GTW, Gas to Wire, is being promoted and the first project is about to take off, converting gas to electricity at the offshore platform site and transporting it to land grid via offshore wind turbine export cables, using surplus capacity. Manufacturers are pushing the boundaries to develop thinner cables and higher voltages for EHV and HV dielectric cables.
 
Company profiles of key HV and EHV cable players:

  • Prysmian
  • Nexans
  • NKT High Voltage Cables
  • Cablel® Hellenic Cables
  • Southwire
  • Parker Scanrope
  • Leoni
  • Sumitomo
  • Fujikura
  • Hitachi Cable
  • J-Power Systems (JPS)
  • LS Cable & System
  • Iljin Cable
  • Finolex J-Power Systems Private Ltd (FJPS)
  • Ningbao Orient Cable
  • Far East Cable Co Ltd
  • Wanda Group Holdings Co Ltd
  • Baosheng High Voltage Cable Co Ltd BHVC
  • Jiangsu Shangshang Cable Group

Production of HV and EHV cable is a complex process taking quite a long time and demanding continuous monitoring. Several of the leading international manufacturers were unwilling to divulge production capacity. The publisher has assessed capacity on a regional basis, from company reports, from actual production and estimated utilisation.

Production of subsea cable is more complicated than for underground cable, requiring longer cable lengths and additional mechanical protection. Subsea cable is ordered as a customised product with longer lead times than underground cable.

Suppliers of subsea cable are outlined. Production capacity is still limited, but new entrants are coming into the market in regions where subsea cable is starting a growth trend.

Rights of Way are critical in deciding between overhead lines and underground cable. Combined with EMF - electromagnetic fields - the issue may not always be clear cut and is subject to increasing regulation. Parts of UGC paths produce higher EMF than overhead aerial lines. These issues are discussed in the report.

METHODOLOGY
1. The existing electrical transmission infrastructure Land based underground cable Subsea cable
2. To estimate present and future demand for HV and EHV cable by cable type and voltage.
3. To survey current production capacity with competitive analysis of cable producers.
4. To survey the development and current status of the technologies of HV cable and future developments.
5. To assess market factors which will influence future directions.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Cablel® Hellenic Cables
  • Fujikura
  • Hitachi Cable
  • J-Power Systems (JPS)
  • LS Cable & System
  • Ningbao Orient Cable
  • MORE

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • The scale of global undergrounding
  • Subsea cable
  • Consumption of EHV & HV cable in km
  • Vendor profiles
  • Asian companies in the European market
  • Chinese manufacturers of HVC
  • Vendor shares
  • Production capacity for HV and EHV cable
  • The technology of HV cable
  • EPR
  • XLPE
  • Production constraints
  • Production differences between submarine and underground cables
  • Advanced technology
  • Superconductors
  • GTW Gas to Wire

1. HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE SECTOR DEFINITIONS

  • Subsea EHV and HV cable
  • Underground EHV and HV cable
  • The definition of high voltage
  • Electricity supply voltages
  • Offshore cables
  • Cable length
  • High voltage direct current (HVDC)
  • High voltage alternating current (HVAC)

2. THE HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE BASE

  • Subsea cable
  • Land-based underground cable (UGC)
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Middle East
  • North America
  • Rest of the world

3. ANNUAL CONSUMPTION OF EHC AND HV UNDEGROUND AND SUBSEA CABLE

  • Consumption of EHV & HV cable in km

4. LAND BASED UNDERGROUND CABLE BASE

  • HV/EHV land based underground cable applications
  • Partial undergrounding
  • The scale of global undergrounding
  • Regional penetration and line lengths and of EHV & HV and MV & LV underground cables
  • Distribution, MV & LV underground cable
  • Transmission, EHV & HV underground cable
  • Europe
  • Grid developments
  • Approval and local protest
  • The European transmission grids in 2019
  • EHV and HV Network
  • OHL
  • UGC
  • Failure statistics for Overhead Lines and Underground Cables
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • Austria
  • Ireland
  • CIS
  • MIDDLE EAST
  • Africa
  • Asia Pacific
  • China, India and Japan
  • China
  • Urbanisation and the Chinese housing market
  • India
  • Japan
  • Rest of Asia
  • Singapore
  • Korea
  • Taiwan
  • Hong Kong
  • Malaysia
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam
  • Pacific
  • Australia
  • North America
  • United States
  • EHV & HV transmission underground cable
  • Extruded Dielectric Cable Systems
  • HPFF Pipe Type Cable Systems
  • Costs of XLPE versus HPFF systems
  • Atlantic Wind Connection Atlantic
  • MV & LV Distribution underground cable
  • Regulatory barriers to underground cable in the US
  • Regulatory reform
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • Latin America

5. SUBSEA POWER CABLES - PROJECTS AND MARKETS

  • Export cables - Transmission
  • Array cables
  • Power from shore cables
  • A brief history of subsea power cables
  • Current subsea cable installations
  • Subsea Cable Project Market

6. OFFSHORE WIND POWER CABLE

  • Offshore wind power market
  • Wind farm cable design
  • Amrumbank West, north-west of Heligoland
  • Alpha Ventus
  • Baltic 1 and 2
  • Key Country Markets For Offshore Wind
  • China offshore wind power
  • UK offshore wind power
  • German offshore wind power
  • Netherlands offshore wind power
  • Indian offshore wind power
  • United States offshore wind power
  • Floating foundations
  • Floating foundations manufacturers
  • Major off-shore wind power market suppliers

7. THE OFFSHORE OIL & GAS CABLE MARKET

  • Topside cables
  • The difference between offshore dry tree and subsea wet tree
  • SURF (subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines)
  • The subsea market
  • Pre-salt & Post-salt reserves

8. THE TYPES AND TECHNOLGIES OF EHV AND HV CABLE

  • Overview Of The Three Types Of HVC
  • Overhead Lines (OHL)
  • Land Based HV Cable/Underground Cable
  • Subsea or Submarine Cables
  • Cable Technology
  • HPFF - High-Pressure, Fluid-Filled Pipe-Type (Paper Insulated)
  • HPGF - High-Pressure, Gas-Filled Pipe Type Cable (GIL)
  • SCFF - Self-Contained, Fluid-Filled Pipe -Type (Paper Insulated) and Mass Impregnated cables (MI)
  • XLPE - Solid Cable, Cross-Linked Polyethylene Cable & EPR - (ethylene propylene rubber-insulated)
  • EPR
  • XLPE
  • Cross linking
  • Production of MI and XLPE
  • Production differences between submarine and underground cables

9. INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND HV & EHV LAND CABLES

  • Ancillary facilities
  • Joint Bays
  • Transition stations
  • Pressurising sources for HPFF systems
  • Right-of-Way construction in an urban zone
  • Right-of-Way construction in a rural zone
  • Trenching and blasting
  • Conduit Assembly for XLPE Construction
  • Transmission capacity

10. SUBMARINE POWER CABLES AND INSTALLATION

  • Submarine power cables
  • HVAC
  • HVDC
  • Cable installation
  • Future cable developments

11. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, SUPERCONDUCTORS

  • Zero resistance
  • Perfect conductor of electricity
  • Critical temperature
  • HTS vs LTS
  • Conditions required for a material to exhibit superconducting behaviour
  • Current state of development of the SC market
  • AMSC customers
  • The discovery of superconductivity - Technical development
  • Advantages of superconductor cable
  • Higher current-carrying capacity
  • Low impedance
  • Rights-of-way
  • Very low Electro Magnetic Field (EMF)
  • Lower life-costs for the system
  • Challenges to be overcome
  • High initial cost
  • Cryogenic Refrigeration System (CRS)
  • Splicing of the HTS cable
  • Promoters
  • Future market for HTS superconductors in utilities

12. GAS TO WIRE

13. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES -ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS IN LAND BASED SYTSTEMS

14. COMPANY PROFILES AND CABLE MARKET SHARES

  • Prysmian
  • General Cable
  • Nexans
  • NKT High Voltage Cables
  • Cablel® Hellenic Cables
  • Southwire
  • Parker Scanrope
  • Leoni
  • Asian companies in the European market
  • Japanese manufacturers of HVC
  • Sumitomo
  • Fujikura
  • Hitachi Cable
  • J-Power Systems (JPS)
  • J-Power Systems Saudi Co, (JPS Saudi),
  • LS Cables
  • Iljin Cable
  • Finolex J-Power Systems Private Ltd (FJPS)
  • Chinese manufacturers of HVC
  • Ningbao Orient Cable
  • Far East Cable Co Ltd
  • Wanda Group Holdings Co., Ltd,
  • Baosheng High Voltage Cable Co. Ltd., BHVC
  • Jiangsu Shangshang Cable Group
  • Production capacity for HV and EHV cable
  • Vendor shares

15. SUBSEA CABLE MANUFACTURERS

16. GLOSSARY

List of Figures
Figure 1: Global annual demand for EHV and HV cable in km, 2019 to 2025.
Figure 2: Global annual demand for EHV and HV cable for subsea and land lines in km, 2019 to 2025.
Figure 3: Voltage analysis and land cable
Figure 4: Global lengths of HV & EHV transmission and MV & LV distribution overhead lines and underground cables, circuit km, 2018.
Figure 5: Global penetration of underground cable by voltage, 2018
Figure 6: Regional penetration of EHV & HV and MV & LV underground cables
Figure 7: Major countries with OHL and UGC, circuit km
Figure 8: Comparison between capacity of an OHL and corresponding UGL.
Figure 9: Proposed refitting of 400 kV towers
Figure 10: Inland VSC-HVDC power transmission corridors of Germany
Figure 11: DC interconnector between France and Spain,
Figure 12: The completed cable tunnel shows two ±320-kV DC cable circuits and grooved rails for robotic vehicle access
Figure 13: A robotic vehicle guided by grooved rails is used for all cable tunnel maintenance work.
Figure 14: The 4.2 metre tunnel boring machine
Figure 15: Length of OHL and UGC in European countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 16: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in European countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 17: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in European countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 18: Length of OHL and UGC in CIS countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 19: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in CIS countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 20: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in CIS countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 21: Length of OHL and UGC in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 22: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 23: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 24: Length of OHL and UGC in African countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 25: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in African countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 26: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in African countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 27: Length of OHL and UGC in China, India and Japan by ckm, 2018
Figure 28: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in China, India and Japan by ckm, 2018
Figure 29: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in China, India and Japan by ckm, 2018
Figure 30: Chinese overhead line and underground cable shares, ckm , 2018
Figure 31: Ghost cities in China
Figure 32: Tepco underground tunnel for HV cable
Figure 33: Overhead distribution lines in urban Japan
Figure 34: Lattice towers in urban Japan
Figure 35: Length of OHL and UGC in Rest of Asia by ckm, 2018
Figure 36: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Rest of Asia by ckm, 2018
Figure 37: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Rest of Asia by ckm, 2018
Figure 38: The electricity tunnels 60 to 80 metres in Singapore
Figure 39: Overhead distribution lines in Bangkok
Figure 40: A nest of OH lines in HCM City
Figure 41: Length of OHL and UGC in Pacific countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 42: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Pacific countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 43: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Pacific by ckm, 2018
Figure 44: Length of OHL and UGC in North American countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 45: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in North American countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 46: Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in North American countries by ckm, 2018
Figure 47: B-N 345-kV Southwest Connecticut Expansion Project final configuration
Figure 48: Atlantic Wind Connection
Figure 49: End users of subsea HV cables, 2019
Figure 50: Cumulative HVDC and HVAC subsea cables, Land-to-land, wind farms, 1954 to 2025
Figure 51: HVDC subsea cables in the world in 2015
Figure 52: Annual HVDC and HVAC Land-to-land subsea cable projects, 2010 to 2025
Figure 53: HVDC and HVAC subsea cable projects, existing, under construction or in permit, 2019
Figure 54: Anchored and floating foundations
Figure 55: SURF components
Figure 56: A subsea SURF scape
Figure 57: Composition of a subsea umbilical
Figure 58: Cross-section of a subsea umbilical - Prysmian
Figure 59: Cross-section of a subsea umbilical - Aker
Figure 60: Developments in umbilicals
Figure 61: SURF use of cables
Figure 62: Subsea tree awards
Figure 63: An ACSR cable and its application
Figure 64: HPFF or HPGF Pipe-Type Cross Section
Figure 65: GIL cable cross section
Figure 66: GIL cable installation
Figure 67: Comparative ratings of paper insulated HPFF and single-core self-contained fluid filled cables (SCFF)
Figure 68: 600 kV HVDC mass impregnated submarine able
Figure 69: XLPE AC cable construction
Figure 70: XLPE cables at different voltages
Figure 71: Vault construction in an urban location for a 345 kV XLPE cable
Figure 72: Transition station for 400 kV overhead lines
Figure 73: A single AC 400 kV system carrying 1,250 MVA
Figure 74: Two double AC 400 kV circuits carrying 5,000 MVA in total
Figure 75: Examples of trench construction, urban and rural
Figure 76: Examples of XLPE conduit assembly
Figure 77: Submarine power cable composition
Figure 78: Cable size
Figure 79: Cable laying vessels
Figure 80: Cable Laying - 1
Figure 81: Cable Laying - 2
Figure 82: Cable laying - 3
Figure 83: Cable burial
Figure 84: Landing a submarine cable.
Figure 85: The differences in behaviour between LTS and HTS materials
Figure 86: Superconductor cable
Figure 87: GTW development Options
Figure 88: The overall concept of GTW
Figure 89: Comparison of OHL and UGC

List of Tables
Table 1: Cumulative installed bases of underground and subsea cable, circuit km, 2019
Table 2: Cumulative installed bases of land based underground cable by region and voltage, circuit km, 2019
Table 3: Annual demand for EHV and HV cable in ckm by voltage, 2019 to 2025.
Table 4: Annual demand for EHV and HV cable in ckm by voltage, 2019 to 2025.
Table 5: Sales at manufacturer’s cost of EHV and EHV cable, 2019 to 2025
Table 6: Regional analysis of installed bases of EHV and HV cable, subsea and UGC and consumption
Table 8: Penetration of voltage of underground cable by voltage by region, 2018
Table 7: Global lengths of overhead transmission and distribution lines and underground distribution cables and global shares by region, 2018
Table 9: Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in European countries by ckm, 2018
Table 10: Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, Europe by country, 2018
Table 11: Vendor shares for HV and EHV cable in Europe
Table 12: Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in CIS countries by ckm, 2018
Table 13: Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, CIS by country, 2018
Table 14: Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018
Table 15: Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, Middle East by country, 2018
Table 16: Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in African countries by ckm, 2018
Table 17: Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, Africa by country, 2018
Table 18: Cost comparisons in India between overhead, underground and aerial bunched cables
Table 19: Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in All Asia by ckm, 2018
Table 20: Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, All Asia by country, 2018
Table 21: Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in Pacific countries by ckm, 2018
Table 22: Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, Pacific by country, 2018
Table 23: Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in North American countries by ckm, 2018
Table 24: Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, North America by country, 2018
Table 25: Cost summary of XLPE versus HPFF installation
Table 26: Length of OHL and UGC in LAC countries by ckm, 2018
Table 27: Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in LAC countries by ckm, 2018
Table 28: Cumulative HVDC and HVAC subsea cables, Land-to-land, wind farms, 1954 to 2025
Table 29: Subsea and land connections in 2019, route km
Table 30: Subsea installations, Land-to-land and Power from shore, completed worldwide, 2019
Table 31: Subsea installations, Wind power, completed worldwide, 2019
Table 32: Subsea projects in the pipeline
Table 33: Voltage of subsea lines, existing and under construction, 2019
Table 34: List of countries by cumulative installed offshore wind power capacity (MW)
Table 35: The largest proposed wind farms currently listed (August 2019)
Table 36: Installed superconductors
Table 37: Superconductor manufacturers
Table 38: Some AMSC customers
Table 39: Cable market shares; leading manufactures of EHV & HV and subsea cable
Table 40: Manufacturers of subsea power cable and communications cable

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Cablel® Hellenic Cables
  • Fujikura
  • Hitachi Cable
  • J-Power Systems (JPS)
  • LS Cable & System
  • Ningbao Orient Cable
  • MORE

CHAPTER 1 - HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE SECTOR DEFINITIONS

Definition of ‘High Voltage‘ and ‘Extra High Voltage’ and end-use categories, types of cable and voltage, HVAC and HVDC.  

CHAPTER 2 - HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE BASE

Cumulative installed bases of underground and subsea cable, cumulative installed bases of land based underground cable by region and voltage, with regional summary analysis.

CHAPTER 3 - ANNUAL CONSUMPTION OF EHV AND HV UNDERGROUND AND SUBSEA CABLE

Consumption in km of cable and value

CHAPTER 4 - LAND BASED UNDERGROUND CABLE BASE

The scale of global undergrounding, partial undergrounding, transmission and distribution undergrounding. Regional and national analysis by regions; each regional section contains the following figures and tables; 68 pages of detailed information and analysis. 1. Length of OHL and UGC in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018 2. Length of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018 3. Penetration of HV, MV & LV underground cable in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018 4. Length of HV, MV & LV OHL and UGC underground cable in Middle Eastern countries by ckm, 2018 5. Underground cable by voltage and line length in ckm, Middle East by country, 2018 Regions covered: Europe, CIS, Asia, Pacific, Middle East, Africa, North America, South and Central America. 162 countries are included in the tables and the major countries ae profiled.

CHAPTER 5 - SUBSEA POWER CABLES - PROJECTS AND MARKETS

The subsea energy markets consist of connections between land masses, wind power and oil & gas exploration and production. These markets require three categories of cable; subsea cable - export and transmission cable EHV, and HV - array cable HV and MV; umbilical cable - MV, trending to HV; topside cable - MV and LV. Current subsea cable installations. Tables of existing and future land-to-land interconnections, wind farms, power-from-shore cables, with subsea and underground cable lengths by km and voltage.

CHAPTER 6 - OFFSHORE WIND POWER

Assessment of the wind power sector and future developments with country analysis, and usage of cable.

CHAPTER 7 - THE OFFSHORE OIL & GAS CABLE MARKET

Assessment of developments and usage of cable and cable types and technology.

CHAPTER 8 - THE TYPES AND TECHNOLOGIES OF EHV AND HV CABLE

High Voltage cables (HVC) are used in three different configurations; overhead (uninsulated) conductors or lines (OHL), underground (insulated) cables (UGC), and subsea (insulated) cables. Each type can be AC or DC. This chapter outlines the technology of each category, for land-based UGC and subsea cable. Four basic categories of cable; high-pressure, fluid-filled pipe (HPFF), high pressure, gas-filled pipe (HPGF), self-contained fluid-filled (SCFF), solid cable, cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) - outlines, diagrams, strengths and applications of each technology - MI, XLPE, EPR.

CHAPTER 9 - INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND HV & EHV LAND CABLES

Methods and applications for each type of installation of UGC.

CHAPTER 10 - SUBMARINE POWER CABLES AND INSTALLATION

Methods and applications for the subsea power cable.

CHAPTER 11 - ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, SUPERCONDUCTORS

The development of LTS and HTS SC technology, current status and market.

CHAPTER 12 - GAS TO WIRE

A brief resume of this new technology for using spare transmission capacity.

CHAPTER 13 - ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES - ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS IN LAND BASED SYSTEMS

Environmental issues which impinge on transmission, with implications for rights of way.

CHAPTER 14 - COMPANY PROFILES AND CABLE MARKET SHARES

Company profiles and assessment of production capacity. Prysmian, Nexans, KT High Voltage Cables, Cablel® Hellenic Cables, Southwire, Parker Scanrope, Leoni, Sumitomo, Fujikura, Hitachi Cable, J-Power Systems (JPS), LS Cable & System, Iljin Cable, Finolex J-Power Systems Private Ltd (FJPS), Ningbao Orient Cable, Far East Cable Co Ltd, Wanda Group Holdings Co Ltd, Baosheng High Voltage Cable Co Ltd BHVC, Jiangsu Shangshang Cable Group.

CHAPTER 15 - SUBSEA CABLE MANUFACTURERS

Listing of suppliers of subsea cable and commentary on the market leaders

CHAPTER 16 - GLOSSARY

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  • Baosheng High Voltage Cable Co Ltd BHVC
  • Cablel® Hellenic Cables
  • Far East Cable Co Ltd
  • Finolex J-Power Systems Private Ltd (FJPS)
  • Fujikura
  • General Cable
  • Hitachi Cable
  • Iljin Cable
  • Jiangsu Shangshang Cable Group
  • J-Power Systems (JPS)
  • J-Power Systems Saudi Co, (JPS Saudi),
  • Leoni
  • LS Cable & System
  • Nexans
  • Ningbao Orient Cable
  • NKT High Voltage Cables
  • Parker Scanrope
  • Prysmian
  • Southwire
  • Sumitomo
  • Wanda Group Holdings Co., Ltd,
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