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What we do
Established in 1985, Claxton has unrivalled knowledge and 30 years+ experience of delivering innovative class-leading offshore engineering solutions by responding to industry needs.
We understand that operators are under increasing pressure to reduce costs and optimise asset performance, which is why our experience, coupled with extensive in-house tailored engineering capabilities and a proven record of managing successful campaigns, makes Claxton the confident choice for upstream projects.
Platform well abandonment
When it comes to abandoning platform wells, even when deck space is at a premium or the structural integrity of the asset is in question, Claxton’s North Sea proven platform well severance and recovery packages can rise to the challenge.
We’re utterly committed to undertaking our business in such a way as to minimise the risks of injury or ill-health to our people and damage to property.
Claxton is uniquely positioned to innovatively solve clients’ offshore operating challenges and add value to projects to achieve overall increased efficiency.
Drilling Riser Buyers Guide
Discover how we have shaped a turnkey service that has already helped hundreds of operators and projects around the world achieve their desired outcomes.
Our global presence
With four bases and a track record of successful projects all around the world, Claxton is the life of field service company with global reach.
We have greatly appreciated the commitment and dedication you have shown in sharing the load and delivering solutions to a very challenging timescale.
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