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North Sea: An OSRL Technical Advisor was integrated into the Member's response structure, providing immediate access to equipment resources that were quickly mobilised to the site.
Iraq: OSRL was requested to provide technical advice for a leak from a tank at an inland storage facility belonging to a non-Member. The provision of technical advice by OSRL ensured that the incident was resolved in a timely fashion, minimising the impact on the environment in a fast and efficient way.
Ecuador: This case study illustrates OSRL's response during a pipeline spill which made its way into the Amazon River's tributaries.
Singapore: This case study reflects the quick response of OSRL during a vessel collision along an important commercial route.
Tanzania: This case study demonstrates the benefits that OSRL were able to bring to an operating region's Members as a result of the training conducted and work done.
Indonesia: This case study illustrates the convenience brought to a Member who signed up for a single contract for a full range of preparedness services.
Cuba: OSRL was well placed to provide further support to several operators planning to undertake exploratory drilling campaigns offshore during 2012. Operators that had previously been aware of OSRL's response capability took the opportunity to utilise a range of services to enhance oil spill preparedness.
Indonesia: This case study highlights the close working relationship OSRL has with one of our Members in Indonesia where we were involved extensively in their preparedness plans.
Australia: OSRL helps a Member increase response capability as regulatory requirements become more stringent.
French Guinea: this is OSRL's first regional mobilisation exercise in the Americas after its merger with CCA, conducted with Shell Americas Response Team and Shell Exploration and Production France.
Catch up on our Introduction to Dispersants webinar when our oil spill experts gave an overview of dispersants covering the topics of Net Environmental Benefit Analysis (NEBA), the Joint Industry Project (JIP), application types, timings, logistics approvals and monitoring.
Well Capping and Well Containment are complex, cross-functional activities with significant logistical and operational considerations.
A Well Owner faces a myriad of challenges when reacting to a Well Control scenario. This includes the management of complex, time critical, logistical operations to mobilise assets to the incident location, followed by engagement with specialist organisations to deploy equipment to gain control of the well. Extensive pre-planning and regular exercising will assure response readiness.
This recorded webinar provides an overview of mobilising OSRL's Subsea Well Intervention Services and discusses the critical areas Well Owners need to consider in the event of a mobilisation.
In this engaging talk, Liam, OSRL's Geomatics Lead and globally recognised specialist, gives his view on the state of oil spill modelling, discussing how specialist teams take the model data further to best provide information to a decision support tool.
The shoreline clean-up phase can be the most time consuming and expensive part of any oil spill response operation. Watch this webinar to learn about the strategic and technical aspects of Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Technique (SCAT)