Claxton’s conductor cementing support system (CCSS) typically saves from 12 to 18 hours of rig time per conductor, the company said. The CCSS secures the platform conductor with a hydraulic jack-and-clamp mechanism that holds the weight of the conductor while the cement cures, eliminating the need for the rig to hold each conductor. The rig can move to the next slot and begin running another conductor.
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