Novacavi announces its engagement in a pilot project for ENI (Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi – National Oil Board) platforms subsidence monitoring in Adriatic Sea.
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Novacavi has been called in to provide a specially designed custom pressure resistant cable for a new submarine hydraulic digital profile meter to be laid on the seabed close to a gas extracting platform. Installation of this monitoring system may reach a depth of 100m in order to survey and to take permanent readings of the subsidence cone caused by gas extraction.
Novacavi has conceived and supplied a special cable for pressure transducer power and signal transmission with high reliability and roughness considering hostile environmental conditions as well as stress due to transport and installation.
The company will showcase this cable and its extensive production, on its booth N200, at Oceanology International 2016, 15-17 March 2016, London, Excel.
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