Houston-based upstream oil and gas energy managing general agent (MGA), J.H. Blades & Co. Inc., Swett & Crawford’s Dallas energy team and the recently-acquired Burke Daniels Inc., have joined forces with Wild Well Control Inc. to launch an early intervention pollution control and mitigation program for the U.S. energy market.
The rapid response team is now available exclusively to Blades policyholders via the Berkley Gemini contract or via Contract 400.
It is an addition to the Kick Assistance Program (KAP), which is designed to utilize a range of early intervention techniques to minimize a well control incident and its environmental impact before it becomes a costly blowout.
In the event of an incident, Wild Well will now immediately dispatch a joint team of specialists to the scene for both well and pollution control at the source in the hot zone.
Swett & Crawford and JH Blades are subsidiaries of CGSC North America.
Source: JH Blades
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