Turnkey solutions in Marine & Ship services,
Construction and Drilling
Headquartered in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands, with an extensive presence in 10 countries, Dixstone is an integrated solution for operational excellence. With a team of 2000 experienced and specialized people, Dixstone is the result of the aggregation since 2023 of the service companies affiliated to the Perenco Group.
One company, multiple Services
From the outset, our business has been to serve the oil and gas industry through a wide range of shipbuilding, conversion and offshore services. Over time, we have expanded our engineering services to cover the entire upstream oil and gas value chain, from drilling and all its peripheral activities including maintenance and consumables resale to marine fleet management.
Providing offshore vessels, offering a diverse fleet that includes Barges, Anchor Handling Tug Supply (AHTS) vessels, Multicats, and Cable Layers. With our extensive range of specialized vessels, we are well-equipped to support various offshore operations around the world.
Construction of self-installed platforms, diving support vessels and accommodation barges. From small to big, we build it all. Additionally, we offer tanker-to-FSO/FPSO conversions, as well as conversions of drilling jack-ups and offshore service vessels.
Drilling of complex wells with deviations at depths as well as shallow wells with deviations in fragile formations. Our strength lies in simultaneous operations, facilitating pressure tests and equipment assembly while ensuring efficient loading and unloading for future operations.
Offshore & Decommissioning Support, Plug & Abandonment and Well Services, Engineering & Project Execution
Sustainability & World Wide responsibility
At Dixstone, our commitment is to ensure that our employees work in healthy and safe conditions, while preserving the environment. To achieve this, we develop and rigorously apply appropriate procedures
A look into our work
Projects: If there is a need, we will fulfill it
Dixstone has completed several ships, drilling jack-up conversions for companies operations in the offshore oil and gas industry.