London, United Kingdom, July 22, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Projects cover small diameter low-voltage DC coaxial cables up to large cross-section 132kV 100MW AC electrical cables. The announcement comes as firms operating in the offshore energy sector look to, with the Deepwater Horizon incident fresh in the memory, understand and reduce their technological and economic risks. With Oil & Gas exploration and production moving into deeper waters and innovative offshore technologies emerging across the ROV, renewable energy and down-hole sectors, there is a growing need for subsea power cables to be individually engineered. BPP-Cables will provide light weight, long life and low cost electrical power cable solutions using verified design and analysis software and a cradle-to-grave engineering approach. The company will draw from a worldwide client base and operate across offshore energy industries.