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Wild Well Upgrades Capping Stack Kit

our initiative to provide a comprehensive subsea capping and containment program for operators worldwide. We are excited that this field proven equipment enhances our kit while also supporting the increased 3,800-meter depth rating of our capping stack equipment.”According to Wild Well, a Superior Energy Services company, its WellCONTAINED program provides a comprehensive package of subsea emergency response services. Wild Well's 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

WellCONTAINED subsea capping stack (Photo: Wild Well Control)

Wild Well Control Expands in the UK

Well control and engineering services company Wild Well Control announced it is expanding its Montrose facility at South Ferryden, U.K.Wild Well, a Superior Energy Services company, maintains its WellCONTAINED subsea containment system at Montrose Port, where the full subsea well intervention system equipment is staged in a ready-to-deploy state, including a subsea capping stack, debris removal shears, hardware kits for the subsea application of dispersant and inhibition fluids and other ancillary equipment.Barry Moir, UK managing director, Wild Well, said, “This facility investment reflects our

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New Market Player M² Subsea Buys a Fleet of 32 ROVs

provider of vessel-based IMR services focusing on ROV, inspection, survey and remote intervention.   Previous to that, he was with Hallin Marine Plc where he formed Hallin Marine UK Limited. He played an integral role in the rapid, controlled expansion of Hallin until its eventual sale to Superior Energy Services Inc. in 2010.   In 1986, he founded Rovtech Ltd, which became a global provider of vessel-based IRM as well as ROV survey and inspection services.   Arnold began his career as a trainee ROV pilot technician with Subsea Surveys and spent almost a decade offshore in various roles

Wild Well’s Subsea Capping Stack

Wild Well’s Subsea Capping Stack Wild Well Control, Inc., a Superior Energy Services company and a global leader in firefighting and well control, has unveiled its new subsea capping stack for response to a global deepwater well control incident. The subsea capping stack, located in Singapore, is a part of Wild Well’s emergency response system, WellCONTAINED. The Singapore capping stack is Wild Well’s second unit; the first capping stack unit is located in Aberdeen. The full intervention system at each location includes a capping stack, debris removal shears, hardware kits for the

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Wild Well Extends Reach with Subsea Capping Stack in Singapore

Wild Well Control, Inc., a Superior Energy Services company and a global leader in firefighting and well control, has unveiled its new subsea capping stack for response to a global deepwater well control incident. The subsea capping stack, located in Singapore, is a part of Wild Well’s emergency response system, WellCONTAINED, which provides personnel and equipment to plan, prepare and respond to global subsea well control events. Based on nearly four decades of conventional and subsea well control experience, the WellCONTAINED system not only includes the physical capping stack and equipment

Wild Well to Unveil New Capping Stack Unit

Wild Well Control, Inc., a Superior Energy Services company in firefighting and well control, will hold an event to unveil its new subsea capping stack which is available for response to a global deepwater well control incident. The unveiling on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 in Houston will be followed by an informational session on the new capping stack to be staged in Singapore, and its predecessor, located Aberdeen. wildwell.com  

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Hallin Marine Completes Unique FPSO Contract

Hallin Marine, a Superior Energy Services company, says it has completed a unique project for COOEC Subsea Technology, a wholly-own subsidiary of COOEC (China Offshore Oil Engineering Company) which  involved the replacement of 9 mooring lines beneath the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel HYSY111, while maintaining live operations. The oil and gas industry has previously witnessed the replacement of a single damaged mooring line replacement under such conditions; however this is the first time all FPSO mooring lines have been replaced as one continuous activity. The

A. Mauricio Alvarez

Stabil Drill Names Alvarez Sales Manager

Stabil Drill, a subsidiary of Superior Energy Services, has named A. Mauricio Alvarez as Latin America sales manager, announced Marty LeBlanc, Stabil Drill’s chief financial officer. Based in Houston, Alvarez will identify new clients in the Latin American region through an active and structured approach and will also build relationships between clients and the operations teams in all South American countries. Before joining Stabil Drill, Alvarez worked as the Latin American region manager for Frank’s International in Peru. He holds more than 30 years of experience in drilling

DOF Subsea Appoints Angola Country Manager

to the oil and gas industry, has appointed Colin Ferguson as country manager for Angola. Colin, who started his career as a commercial diver, has more than 20 years’ experience working on large scale engineering projects in the upstream oil and gas industry. He joins DOF Subsea from Superior Energy Services/Hallin Marine Services, where he was country manager for Angola. Colin brings a wealth of experience to DOF Subsea, having worked in many countries in West Africa as well as in South Africa, the Persian Gulf, India and Thailand. His previous positions have been with oil and gas companies

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New Subsea Snubbing Unit Safer, Optimizes Rig-Time

Balance Point Control Ltd. (BPC), a Superior Energy Services, Inc. company, has developed the Concentric Snubbing Unit- 160 (CSU – 160) rig assist snubbing unit. According to BPC their new CSU-160 is the first fully remote-operated snubbing unit on the market. Furthermore, BPC built a complete Zone-1 electric-driven hydraulic powerpack with four separate drive banks to set a new safety standard in the industry as this minimizes personnel exposure to pressurized hydraulic lines. The CSU-160 sits through the rotary table leaving the rig floor clear for operations without any limitations by

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