Oil & Gas Cables

Oil and gas cables are specialized electrical cables designed for use in the oil and gas industry, where they are subjected to challenging environments, including extreme temperatures, corrosive substances, mechanical stress, and potentially hazardous locations. These cables play a critical role in powering and connecting equipment and systems in exploration, production, refining, and distribution processes. Here are some types and specifications of oil and gas cables:

1. Power Cables: Power cables are used to transmit electrical power in various applications within the oil and gas industry. They are designed to withstand high voltages and currents and are often armored and jacketed to provide mechanical protection and resistance to harsh environmental conditions. Power cables can be used for onshore and offshore installations, including drilling rigs, platforms, refineries, and petrochemical plants.

2. Instrumentation Cables: Instrumentation cables are essential for transmitting signals and data from sensors, meters, and control devices in oil and gas operations. These cables are designed to provide accurate and reliable transmission of low-voltage signals while being resistant to interference and noise. They are often shielded and may have multiple twisted pairs or triads of conductors.

3. Fiber Optic Cables: Fiber optic cables are increasingly used in the oil and gas industry for high-speed data transmission, remote sensing, and monitoring applications. They offer advantages such as high bandwidth, immunity to electromagnetic interference, and resistance to harsh environments. Fiber optic cables are used for long-distance communication, subsea systems, and distributed temperature and pressure sensing.

4. Submersible Cables: Submersible cables are specifically designed for use in subsea or underwater applications, such as offshore drilling, production, and monitoring systems. These cables are built to withstand high pressures, water immersion, and potential exposure to hydrocarbons. They are often constructed with specialized materials and sealing techniques to ensure reliable performance in subsea environments.

5. Hazardous Area Cables: Hazardous area cables are used in locations where there is a risk of explosion or fire due to the presence of flammable gases, vapors, or combustible dust. These cables are designed to meet specific standards and certifications for hazardous areas, such as ATEX or IECEx, and are constructed with materials that minimize the risk of ignition and propagation of flames.

Product Range:
can offer fa full product list of LV, MV, and Control cables with a lead sheath for chemical, oils, and moisture protection:

MV (Up to 33 KV) From 1C x 25 mm² to 1C x 1000 mm²; From 3C x 25 mm² to 3C x 400 mm²
LV (600/1000 V) From 1C x 10 mm²to 1C x 1000 mm²; From 2C x 1.5 mm² to 4C x 400 mm²
Control cables (600/1000 V) from 6 to 48 cores 1.5 mm² to 4 mm²
Instrumentation Cables Pairs and Triads up to 48, 0.5 mm² to 4 mm²