Tuppen Joins Wild Well Control

press release
Thursday, January 19, 2012
James Tuppen, Manager, International Well Control Operations

Wild Well Control, a Superior Energy Services company, announces that James Tuppen has joined the company as Manager, International Well Control Operations.


Tuppen has more than 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry involving snubbing services, pressure control and well control operations. “With his strong pressure and well control experience, James will be a great asset to our Middle East/North Africa region and our global operations as well,” said Freddy Gebhardt, President, Wild Well Control. Based in Dubai, UAE, Tuppen will assist in maintaining Wild Well Control’s commitment to fully supporting client needs globally in well control, prevention and response services. Wild Well Control, a subsidiary of Superior Energy Services, is the industry leading provider of well control, well control engineering, marine and training services.
Superior Energy Services, headquartered in New Orleans, is the industry’s leading provider of specialized oilfield services and equipment focusing on production, intervention, workover, well services and rental tools. Superior employs more than 5,700 people in more than 156 locations in 18 countries worldwide.

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