Claxton to supply structural centralizers for Martin Linge offshore Norway

Offshore staff

GREAT YARMOUTH, UK – Claxton, an Acteon company, has won a contract to provide conductor centralizers, internal centralizers, deck covers, drill bushings, support frames, and associated services for the Martin Linge development on the Norwegian continental shelf.

The first phase of Claxton’s four-year contract with Total E&P Norge AS covers 11 wells. The project agreement was finalized in September 2013 and first delivery is scheduled for June 2014.

The Martin Linge development will consist on a production fixed platform, a floating storage offloading vessel, 50 MW AC electric power from shore through a 160-km (100-mi) subsea cable, a 24-in. gas export pipeline, and an offshore control center in Stavanger.

Martin Linge is 180 km (112 mi) west of Bergen, Norway, in a water depth of 115 m (377 ft).


Claxton conductor centralizers for Total's Martin Linge development

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