The national transmission system operator in Norway, Statnett SF, is a state enterprise wholly owned by the government. The utility owns, operates and constructs the main transmission system, which comprises some 11,000 km (6835 miles) of extra-high-voltage (EHV) and high-voltage (HV) overhead lines and underground cables as well as 150 substations. Together with partners, Statnett also owns and operates EHV submarine cable interconnectors to Denmark and the
Statnett's Removal of Fluid-Filled Submarine Cables
Statnett recycles or disposes of out-of-service 420-kV fluid-filled submarine cables from the Oslo Fjord.