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Cable-laying vessel Nautilus Maxi was used for majority of maritime operations
Cable-laying vessel Nautilus Maxi was used for majority of maritime operations.

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.

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

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