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Dr. Jodi Harney, Senior Scientist from CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. will join Mario Fazio, OSRL SWIS APAC Manager to talk about the Water Column Monitoring equipment, personnel and services available to OSRL SWIS Capping Subscribers. Jodi will run through the equipment background and use for Operational and Scientific Monitoring applications together with services that are available through the OSRL Global Subsea Response Network .
Our Subsea Manager, Mario Fazio is joined by Paul Love from Clarksons Plc and Chris Lund, Senior Project Engineering Manager to take a closer look at the Sea/response software platform developed by Maritech (Clarksons Plc). We have also invited Tilly Manley from Clarksons Platou Asia and Colin Young from Maritech based in Aberdeen to share their expertise and market knowledge.
In this seminar, Yann Hajeri, Saipem Technical Manager and Mario Fazio, OSRL Subsea Manager to take a closer look at the use of OSRL Offset Installation Equipment to deploy a capping stack and equipment when vertical access over the subsea well is not possible.
Watch the recording of this seminar presented by Mario Fazio (OSRL), Alistair Gill and Chris LeCompte (Wild Well Control) on the topic on "Planning for a Successful Capping Operation."
Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) can provide its members with Autonomous Underwater Vehicle capability. AUV’s can be mobilised rapidly and can be operational soon after spill events have been identified, communicating near real-time information to a secure web-portal.
The challenges faced with existing tools led OSRL to investigate and develop a kite surveillance package. Kites can be utilised where other tools may be restricted in use due to the regulatory environment/requirements, cost implications and availability of other surveillance assets.
In 2016, a member of OSRL was choosing a relief well location as part of a gas exploration well Safety Case. For the case scenario, they wanted to know whether the chosen relief well drill site would be safe. A worst case gas release scenario was modelled by OSRL to asisst in the decision making process for the Member. Find out more through the case study.
Catch up on our SWIS Exercises webinar hosted by James Burroughs & David Singleton in September 2016.
This webinar explains, in detail, our SWIS equipment and emphasises the importance of conducting exercises.
Through collaboration with OSRL, international oil and gas companies continue to work together through the Subsea Well Response Project (SWRP) to further improve subsea well control incident intervention capabilities.
Find out the latest project developments by downloading the latest SWRP Newsletter.
Exhibition & Conference in Perth, Australia for the Subsea Repair, Remediation and Intervention stream. The conference was held between 24th - 26th of February, 2016 and Dion's presentation highlighted current industry trends towards preparedness planning and approaches and challenges around regulatory, mutual aid and evaluation.