MWCC’s staff and Reservist Response Team are at the top of the industry, bringing decades of subject matter expertise to successfully plan for and manage a subsea blowout. This cultivated expertise is what sets the organization apart and makes MWCC a trusted industry leader.
Our members are committed to ensuring that MWCC’s Executive Leadership is the best and brightest the industry has to offer. Often, member companies provide some of their top talent to serve as Executive Officers of MWCC on a rotating basis to ensure MWCC remains connected to best practices from the industry’s leading organizations. Other officers and senior management have been hand selected from across the energy industry to help keep MWCC at the forefront in all areas of its business.
Behind the leadership team, there are approximately 50 dedicated MWCC team members who bring their dedication, discipline and desire to keep the industry moving forward and maintain the readiness of our Containment System. MWCC employs a mix of experienced engineers and crisis response specialists, some of whom helped solve the unique and complicated issues that first arose during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon incident.
MWCC maintains on-call Reservist Response Teams allowing the organization to rapidly expand staffing to several hundred in order to efficiently deploy and operate source control systems. Functioning in the same way as the National Guard, the Reservist Response Teams fill deployment and production operations roles.
MWCC’s team continues to push the source control industry forward by developing advanced technologies and containment solutions. We are proud to be at the forefront of the source control industry.
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