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Response services are guaranteed ONLY for Members. Non-members are not guaranteed a response and will be required to sign a Non-member contract. Services and rates differ. Duty managers can be contacted for exercises.

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ITAC Programme Highlights

Updates from the Responder Community



Low Sulphur Fuel Oils

Fate, behaviour, response techniques

and current research


Next Generation of Spill Research Scientists

Rapid impact assessment tools and

role of microbial degradation


The Use of Dispersants in Marine

Oil Spill Response

2019 National Academies

of Sciences report


Why you won't want to miss ITAC?

  • iTAC is a forum for presenting and exchanging scientific and technical information on spill preparedness and response
  • iTAC is an assembly of a diverse group of spill response and research professionals
  • iTAC articulates industry positions on key international issues
  • iTAC identifies and addresses high consequence issues that impinge on effective oil spill preparedness and response
  • iTAC develops dialogue and links between the research/academic and the response communities to enhance mutual understanding, improve science-based decision-making and to promote relevant oil spill research
  • iTAC engages and encourages new audiences to oil spill preparedness, response, technology and management
  • iTAC highlights advances and emerging technologies in oil spill preparedness and response


Registration and accommodation:


We look forward to seeing you in Southampton in October!

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Who is attending?

Response experts from: OSRL Member companies (ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell) International organisations (ITOPF, IMO, IOPC) Governmental organisations (MCA, MNZ, NOAA) R&D institutes (SINTEF, CEDRE, GoMRI) Spill response researchers and academia (University of Exeter, Nova Southeastern University)