Mike Miller, Safety Boss Inc CEO, is interviewed by Taschen during a podcast highlighting some of their exciting new featured art books. The book, “Kuwait, A Desert on Fire”, by Sebastião Salgado is a collection […]
This month we have a picture of a well control recovery operation in Northern Alberta. The mast has collapsed and now the whole rig and substructure has to be untangled and completely removed in order […]
No two blowouts are the same and they all require unique fluid solutions to control them. Dwight Matson, former Safety Boss firefighter working on this blowout, spoke to us about how this particular wellhead was cleared and […]
This very large blowout occurred in Bangladesh and was originally estimated at over 100 mm/scf/D. When it blew in the operator only had limited surface casing in the hole and the flow quickly breached […]
Gallery – Northern BC Blowout
In this photo the Safety Boss crew has froze the wellhead off using nitrogen so that the wireline tools that were caught across the master valves could be removed.
Since the revolution in 1979, American firms had been restricted from operating in Iran. Except for Safety Boss, all of the blowout control specialists were located in the U.S. In 1984, when an offshore well […]
These photos were taken during the Kuwait Fires Project. This project started immediately following Desert Storm, the military action that drove the Iraqi army out of Kuwait. In the big photos you can […]