Three more foreign experts reach Baghjan

Another arrangement of three remote specialists joined the Alert Disaster Control group on Saturday to direct a joint recce at the Baghjan victory site alongside the calamity supervisory group of Oil India Limited and ONGC in Assam’s Tinsukia.

On late Friday night well control experts Matthew Connors from Vancouver in Canada, Anthony Steven Reynolds and Doug Dallas, both from Houston USA had reached Duliajan.

Prior, three individuals from Alert Disaster Control, Singapore – Michael Ernest Allcorn, Craig Neil Duncan and Edward Harris MacLeod – had reached on June 8.

Since the day of the victory on May 27 and resulting fire on June 9, the well has been heaving gas and condensate particles ceaselessly.

Effectively two fire fighters have lost their lives in the gas well burst.

Primer work of masterminding offices for well control activity has started.

Two high release water siphons have been set at the site.Testing and charging of these siphons are made arrangements for now after consummation of association of pull and conveyance lines.

Filling of water in CMT supply (3000KL) from Dangori waterway is in progress.All gear and different materials from ONGC-Sivasagar yard has reached Duliajan and emptying of same at OIL’s CMT yard is in progress for investigation by specialists from the alarm group.

Advancement of garbage laydown region, site asylum and control region and CMT repository started from Saturday, OIL press proclamation expressed.

“Land bargain for laying water line to CMT supply (Capacity: 10000-12000 KL) and for putting slaughter siphons and flare pit is in progress. Recently the land bargain for flotsam and jetsam laydown region, site asylum and control zone and water repository was concluded with the assistance of DC Tinsukia. Vehicle conveying gear from ONGC-Rajamundry crossed Kharagpur according to most recent report of 08:00 hrs,” Oil explanation included.

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