Wild Well maintains the largest inventory of well control, firefighting, and special services equipment in the industry. Wild Well houses a majority of the specialized well control equipment at its Houston Headquarters where in only a matter of hours the equipment can be mobilized to any part of the world. In addition, Wild Well stores and maintains specialized well control equipment at other locations in the US and internationally.
Because Wild Well designs, engineers, and fabricates a majority of the specialized well control equipment itself, the history of all of the equipment movements and maintenance have been tracked through an electronic inventory system; ensuring that it is ready at all times for shipment to remote areas in response to a well control emergency.
Inventoried items include 2,500 to 6,000 GPM Wild Well fire pumps (several rated for Arctic use), hydraulic and conventional Athey Wagons and accessories, fully stocked hose and monitor containers, hot tap tools, gate valve drilling units, and cryogenic freeze packages. Wild Well also possesses the largest inventory of abrasive jet cutters in the industry, which Wild Well designed, engineered, and fabricated.
Also included in the specialized well control equipment are two complete subsea capping/containment systems. Each
WellCONTAINED subsea capping stack system includes a modular 18 3/4-in., 15K subsea capping stack. Both systems
have a choke and valve manifold that will facilitate flow back to the surface, if required. In addition, each system has a set
of large-scale hydraulic shears for debris removal along with the necessary equipment required to inject dispersant into
the uncontrolled flow.
Through its years in the well control industry, Wild Well has developed and offered many services, all related to well control. While Wild Well’s core business pertains to responding to a well control emergency in the field, there are many other services provided in support of those field services. These emergency response services are provided on a daily basis around the world in a variety of environments: onshore, inland waters, offshore, and in deep water.