Claxton Engineering has been contracted to provide a platform guide and cellar deck centralizers, cement top-units and a bespoke conductor cementing support system for a development off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago. All equipment will be supplied from Claxton’s facility in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK. The offshore support personnel for the project will be deployed from Claxton’s new base in Houma, LA, USA as well as Great Yarmouth.
Jason Moyles, Claxton Business Development Manager said: “Claxton will be drawing on our long history of drilling support projects to deliver our client with a bespoke conductor cementing support system which will give significant time savings during the batch drilling operations”.
Ivan Harnett, Acteon Market Development Leader for the Caribbean region said: “I expect that this project will mark the start of Claxton and more Acteon operating companies supporting projects in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean region”.