Houston, TX, November 12, 2013 – Marine Well Containment Company (MWCC) will take part in North America’s leading oil spill prevention and response conference and exhibition, Clean Gulf, in Tampa, Fla. November 12-14. At this year’s event, four MWCC representatives will present as part of the “Prevention, Preparedness & Planning” and “Deepwater Prevention & Response” conference tracks. During its third year participating at the show, MWCC will also host an exhibit booth featuring information about their containment equipment and two recently-established Gulf Coast shore base locations.
MWCC Chief Executive Officer Marty Massey will participate in a discussion about the evolution of subsea containment cooperatives in which he will provide a progress update on MWCC and its expanded containment system (ECS). Don Armijo, MWCC’s Chief Operating Officer, will discuss MWCC’s shore base infrastructure and strategy, highlighting how these efforts ensure a constant state of readiness. Additionally, MWCC Chief Technology Officer Charlie Miller will participate in a technical discussion of MWCC’s ECS, and Lauren Rodriguez, MWCC’s Emergency Response Coordinator, will speak about the company’s response efforts to ensure MWCC is continuously ready to respond to a deepwater well control incident in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
MWCC company executives and representatives will be available for discussion in booth 609 in the exhibit hall on Nov. 13 and 14. Booth visitors can learn more about the company and its containment capabilities, view video footage of MWCC’s two shore base facilities and watch an animation showing how MWCC’s interim containment system (ICS) would be mobilized to cap a well in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
The 23rd annual conference gathers more than 2,600 emergency responders from across the Gulf Coast to share best practices and lessons learned in response operations. Topics include the latest product offerings, services and technologies, environmental and security concerns, and the relationships between regulators, operators and response communities.