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Lightweight recovery deck

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Fixed
Industry
Oil & Gas
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WHEN TEAMED WITH A JACK-UP LIFT BARGE (JULB) OR SUITABLE PLATFORM CRANE, THE CLAXTON LIGHTWEIGHT RECOVERY DECK PROVIDES A SAFE BESPOKE PLATFORM TO REACT AGAINST DURING THE RECOVERY PHASE OF A DECOMMISSIONING PROJECT.

A load bearing recovery structure.

Especially suited to JULB operations, Claxton’s unique recovery deck technology provides a work platform and load-bearing structure which is used to react against during the recovery process. When wells are recovered using the JULB crane, the lightweight recovery deck is essential for successful severance, cut proving and recovery on smaller ageing structures.

The in-house design and development of the lightweight recovery deck is a significant initiative for Claxton which has already proven successful on large scale North Sea decommissioning projects.

The deck can be designed and adapted to suit the requirements of any platform and can be modified and utilised for various phases of a project, including conductor and casing severance and recovery; therefore, contributing to reducing time and overall costs of a campaign.

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Claxton understands that operators are under increasing pressure to streamline processes and achieve cost savings, which is why they encapsulate a plethora of service and product offerings all under one roof.

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Acteon solutions can simplify the interface between Acteon and customers that need more than one of its operating companies’ products or services to address their subsea challenges, whatever their scale and complexity. Each combination is packaged as a customer-specific integrated service and delivered through a single Acteon point of contact under a single contract.

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