PLATFORM WELL TIEBACKS
Clients benefit from the experience gained through hundreds of successful well tiebacks around the world.
Claxton have experience of a wide variety of vendors’ equipment and can actively mitigate the potential issues that can arise on each tieback project when reconnecting pre-drilled wells from mudline suspension systems to surface.
Claxton recognises that operator’s drilling groups have in-depth expertise, however, pre-drilling and tiebacks for field development reflect a relatively rare skill-set within most operators. Often regular equipment vendors, who supply mudline/subsea wellhead equipment, surface wellhead and pipe tend to focus on selling their own specific equipment with respect to the proposed tieback operations, and leave wider issues associated with performing tieback operations to the operator; this is where Claxton’s expert team can add value.
Understanding that every tieback operation is different is where our wide range of custom designed tieback rental equipment, including running tooling and down-hole camera systems, come into play. These have been developed to complement the major wellhead and mudline/subsea system manufacturers’ components.
Claxton has performed hundreds of platform well tiebacks around the world and has subsequently developed a detailed understanding of what needs to happen to make your project succeed.
Delivered by Claxton
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.
Decommissioning buyers guide
All offshore oil and gas installations must eventually be decommissioned. Increasingly, the pressure is on the operators or licensees of redundant fields and suspended wells to act sooner rather than later. Download this e-book for fresh thinking and technical innovation to reduce field abandonment costs.
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