January 2015

Advanced analysis improves emergency responses to subsea hydrocarbon releases

Often a regulatory requirement, contingency plans for an accidental subsea release or blowout require advanced engineering analysis to understand the potential magnitude and consequences, and the use of a containment system.

Alistair Gill / Wild Well Control Uday Godse / Wild Well Control Elham Maghsoudi / Wild Well Control Gaurav Bellamkonda / Wild Well Control

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