About Us


Precision pipe cutting and tubing punching is what we do; and not just drillpipe and tubing,
any completion equipment such as packers – in fact just about any downhole tubulars up to 7- 3/8” OD.
Our experience covers metallurgies ranging from carbon steels, through Chrome all the way to exotic alloys.

Westerton offers three specialist services to the global oil and gas industry, enabling our clients to deploy safe, economical; and effective downhole solutions.

 

 

We provide, deploy and operate high precision, electric wireline deployed pipe cutting and punching tools and services; forming key solutions within the drilling, completion, intervention and abandonment phases of the well life-cycle. These systems are controlled to provide accurate pipe cutting and punching regardless of depth, deviation or pipe condition.

 

Utilizing Westerton tools and technology helps our clients to reduce rig time enabling high accuracy rates, real-time data and less downtime. This all serves to ultimately support our client objectives of minimizing NPT, maximizing HS&E and returning on capital investment.

 

In order to keep at the forefront of offering the most advanced technology, we invest heavily in Research & Development and manufacture our own tools including the Rotating Cutter and Tubing Punch. Our commitment to continuous improvement combined with unrivalled customer service means we only ever deliver the best possible results.

 

With years of experience and a proven track record, you can be comfortable in mobilizing the Westerton Solution to deliver results.

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OUR CLIENTS

 

Our clients are predominantly the Super Majors and Majors of the upstream Oil & Gas industry.

 

Please find an overview of our portfolio to follow, noting that we will provide endorsements upon request:

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

We have successfully completed projects across six continents. Our customers have been deploying the Westerton Cutting Service in Australia, Albania, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Dubai, France, Gabon, Ghana, Israel, Nigeria, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and Vietnam.

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

 

Westerton prides itself in the support offered to the community as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility activities. Below is a just a selection of intiatives we have or are supporting:

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We donated an item for a Transition Extreme auction which raised an incredible £2,400 for the youth charity; assisting young people to improve their health, develop their education and supporting their employability.

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We sponsored BackStrong Adventures’ Gillian Fowler during her trekking through Nepal, with all raised funds going to the Funding Neuro charity.

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We sponsored Ian MacIntosh during his running of a series of half marathons and marathons in aid of Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland.

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We sponsored Graham Rettie’s 1973 MGB Roadster at the Ingliston Revival to raise money for the Friends of Anchor charity. Please read the Press & Journal article here.

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The Outward Bound Trust is an educational charity that uses the outdoors to help develop young people from all walks of life. Please visit them at www.outwardbound.org.uk to learn more.

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We sponsored a trek of Kilimanjaro to raise some much needed funds for the local area Children’s Charity. You can see our Westerton flag snapped at the summit!

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Funding Neuro undertake research to treat brain and spinal column related disorders. To find out more about the great work they do, please visit them at www.fundingneuro.com.

Children1st

We sponsored a table at the Children 1st Ladies Lunch in aid of Action Medical Research. Please visit www.children1st.org.uk for more detail on the important work this charity does.

Cults Academy

We have sponsored sports days at the Aberdeen secondary school Cults Academy for many years; following on from our years sponsoring the Cults Primary School football team.