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    Wild Well expands presence in Asia Pacific

    Wild Well Control Inc.

    Wild Well Control Inc. has hired Wayne Stennes and Christian Haustead to further increase the company’s service offerings and presence in the Asia Pacific region. Stennes and Haustead, formerly with Impact Response Group, have been named managing director and area manager, respectively. They will be based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, at the Wild Well regional office.

    In addition to enhancing emergency well control operations, Stennes and Haustead will be assisting development of the market for non-emergency well control engineering services. These services include emergency response planning, risk analysis, gap analysis, relief well planning and modeling, well kill modeling, well integrity assessments, emergency well control drills/exercises, and other risk management and engineering services to support well control.

    Stennes will serve as a first responder to all well control emergencies in the region while receiving support from Wild Well’s Houston office.

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