HWCG’s Technical Director, Ross Frazer, will speak at the Deepwater Technical Symposium in New Orleans on August 27-29, 2018. His presentation will focus on the evolution and enhancement of a deepwater well containment solution and how HWCG has continued to refine both the equipment and its application. To listen to Ross’ insights, register for the symposium here.
HWCG contributed to an educational World Oil special focus article that explains why collaboration is the foundation for most offshore advances. To read the full article and learn more about how our consortium provides solutions for the industry, click here.
HWCG will be presenting at the Clean Gulf Conference on November 13-15 in New Orleans, Louisiana. To gain valuable insights into improving prevention, preparedness and response of oil and hazardous materials spills, register and attend the conference this November. Click here to register.
HWCG Managing Director, Craig Castille, recently gave a presentation to AADE Houston chapter luncheon meeting. The presentation updated drilling engineers in the greater Houston area about current and future solutions for subsea well containment.
HWCG will bring hundreds of well control experts together on August 7-8 during its annual source control drill. W&T Offshore, Inc., an independent oil and natural gas acquisition, exploitation and exploration company, will serve as the host for this year’s exercise. The drill will take place at PetroSkills Conference Center in Katy, TX.
We’ve recently welcomed Petrobras America Inc., Red Willow Offshore, LLC, Ridgewood Energy WCG Member, LLC and TOTAL E&P USA, INC. to our consortium of deepwater operators and non-operators. Each of these companies contribute to our robust mutual aid program to help us quickly and comprehensively respond to a subsea incident. We look forward to working with each of our new membership companies.
HWCG presented the American Cancer Society with a check for nearly $16,000 raised at the 2014 Don Weisinger Memorial Golf tournament. The funds will go towards constructing a new Hope Lodge housing facility for cancer patients in Houston.
HWCG contributed an educational post to Rigzone's Training section, explaining how subsea well containment and incident response work.