Members of the HWCG team traveled to Washington D.C. earlier this year for the annual update review with the Director of the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE). Pictured (left to right): Michael Noel, HWCG Commercial Director, Ross Frazer, HWCG Technical Director, David Bump, Chairman of Board Steering Committee, Bill Cowan, DITC Chairman, Craig Castile, HWCG Executive Director and David Coatney.
HWCG will collaborate with over 200 well control experts on May 9-10 during its annual source control drill in Houston, TX. Stone Energy Corporation, an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company, will serve as the host for this year’s exercise. During this large-scale source control drill, Stone Energy will work to resolve a simulated well blowout scenario. HWCG’s Mutual Aid team, which includes experts from all sixteen member companies as well as vendors and response partners, will assist Stone in containing the blowout.
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HWCG will collaborate with over 200 well control experts on May 10-11 during its annual source control drill in Katy, TX. LLOG Exploration, a leading privately owned deepwater exploration company, will serve as the host for the exercise.
Our Emergency Response Coordinator, Dave Thomas, will present on the Source Control Section of the Incident Command System at the Clean Gulf Conference on November 12. Our Commercial Director, Mike Noel, and Special Projects Advisor, Roger Scheuermann, have assisted with the planning and coordination of the conference as members of its Planning Committee for over 15 years.
HWCG’s Roger Scheuermann will give a joint presentation with BSEE at the Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil Exposition (LAGCOE) in Lafayette on October 28. The presentation will cover HWCG’s response system capabilities and the 2013 deployment exercise hosted by HWCG Member, Noble Energy.
On March 24-25, hundreds of people representing over a dozen organizations, including operators, regulators and non-profit groups, will gather in Katy, TX for a two day subsea incident response drill led by HWCG LLC and Bennu Oil & Gas.