Yearly Archives: 2011


Subsea services group Acteon has acquired Aberdeen-based NCS Survey Limited. The acquisition adds to Acteon’s capability in the rig-positioning market and provides an additional suite of survey services to clients that operate rigs and vessels. NCS Survey provides high-precision rig-positioning, construction-support and subsea-visualisation services to the global offshore market, including...


Respected industry decommissioning site Decomworld recently described Claxton as a ‘rigless pioneer’ in an industry insight article. The article, which provided an overview of the current state of the North Sea P&A market, described our work on the world’s first rigless abandonment, for the Perenco Leman field. Additionally the site...


With over two decades of subsea riser supply experience, Claxton has a proven record of enhancing drilling activities with innovations like the positive grip tension ring and supplying the first-ever HPHT 12,200psi riser system. We’ll be showcasing our technology at the IADC / SPE Global Drilling Conference at the RAI conference...


Our latest riser brochure is available now. Download it today to learn more about our industry-leading riser system capability. Claxton has been supplying riser systems since 1990 and since supplying our first system we’ve continually led the market for full-system riser supply. A few of our riser achievements in the...


Press release: Incident at Great Yarmouth Facility For immediate release: 21st January 2011 Claxton Engineering Services Limited can confirm that an accident occurred this afternoon at its premises in North River Road, Great Yarmouth where construction work on a new facility is being carried out by external contractors. We are...


Claxton has developed a new hydraulic riser handling tool that provided a solution for running, handling and remote pressure testing of a 18¾-in. 15-m NT-2 tension joint – saving £1.8m for our client. The tool, developed for a Norwegian client, saved 4.5 hours of rig time with each run, which...

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