Claxton seal new contract

Claxton Engineering Services has been awarded a contract with Statoil to supply conductor and internal centralisers to a minimum of 14 wells on the Gina Krog development, offshore Norway. The contract was finalised in December 2014, and first delivery is scheduled for March 2015. Claxton is responsible for the design, fabrication, testing and installation of the units.

Vegard Dale, business development manager, Claxton, said, “Winning this order reinforces our position as the premier supplier of centralisers in the North Sea and underlines our capacity to understand new challenges and devise solutions.”

Conductor centralisers form the interface between the platform jacket and well conductor, assuring vital integrity over the working life of the conductor. Having supplied a range of conductor and structural centralisers to major operators since 1992, Claxton has become the leading North Sea supplier, supplying and installing more than 5000 conductor guide centralisers.

Working out of bases in the UK, Norway, Singapore and Dubai, Claxton has provided engineering across the life of field for three decades with a focus on drilling risers, offshore decommissioning and subsea structures.

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

Published on 16/03/2015

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