With two capping stacks, Wild Well enhances its response time to region-specific well control incidents while maintaining global deployment capabilities. Managing the logistics to mobilize equipment of this magnitude requires coordination capabilities only Wild Well can provide. Having positioned capping stacks in both Aberdeen and Singapore, we maintain the ability to access key locations with high oilfield activity – from the North Sea and Southeast Asia to West Africa and Australia – through the use of these major logistics hubs. In the case of the Singapore stack, its position provides advantages in transportation and logistics via access to multiple airports, which historically handle large cargo aircraft, or through the seaport facility, which has the capability to handle, maintain, and load large subsea equipment.
Destination activities in some corners of the world can often be trying. To make a response seamless from door to door, we often look at the obstacles that will cause the longest delays and preplan to have the necessary resources to mitigate this. A full comprehensive planning effort has been shown to save time in the event of emergency mobilization. There are always challenges to large-scale equipment mobilization, but we have taken the necessary steps that will allow us to be as efficient and provide the same level of success to which we have held ourselves in the past.