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Wild Well Purchases Equipment and Expands Subsea Capping Stack Presence


Published May 19, 2017
Wild Well’s WellCONTAINED™ capping stack
Wild Well’s pioneering WellCONTAINED™ capping stack located in Singapore (photo: Wild Well)

Wild Well Control, Inc., a Superior Energy Services company and a global provider of well control and engineering services, has purchased subsea capping equipment from Shell EP Wells Equipment Services B.V.

The addition of this inventory enhances Wild Well’s current global equipment and response capabilities for the WellCONTAINED™ subsea containment systems and provides added capabilities for its 7Series Subsea Well Intervention group. The newly purchased equipment will be staged strategically in Houston, Aberdeen, Singapore and elsewhere, as needed, for global deployment.

Wild Well and its WellCONTAINED™ program provide the most comprehensive package of subsea emergency response services in the industry. Wild Well has more than 40 years of experience in conventional and subsea well control, pre-event planning, engineering work and emergency response training and drills.

Along with dedicated subsea containment equipment, capping stacks and other support equipment, such as specialised debris clearing equipment and critical dispersant injection equipment, Wild Well’s highly qualified emergency response well control personnel and well control/subsea engineering personnel deliver innovative solutions in a timely manner.

Wild Well’s current WellCONTAINED™ inventory is staged in a ready-to-deploy state in both Aberdeen and Singapore. The equipment at each location includes full subsea well intervention systems, including a subsea capping stack, debris removal shears, hardware kits for the subsea application of dispersant and inhibition fluids and other ancillary equipment.

Tags: Shell EP Wells Equipment Services B.V., Wild Well Control Inc.




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