How Confident Am I With Identifying and Quantifying Oil Spills via Aerial Surveillance?
Aerial observation with trained observers is a surveillance method often relied upon and considered critical to an effective response.
Establishing Virtual Response Management Teams - Lessons Learned
In this seminar, we share lessons learned on remote Emergency Operations Centre mobilisation and remote member Incident Management Team support.
Developments in Shoreline Clean-up and Assessment Techniques (SCAT)
The OSRL Shoreline Subject Matter Expert (SME) Core Group introduce some of the latest innovations and developments in shoreline response.
Are You Ready To Respond? A Practical Guide To Self-Assessment
Consultant Tristan Barston explains how to use the Ready Check Tool and what to draw from its responses.
Thoughts on the evolution of oiled wildlife response planning for titleholders in Australia
Current State plans are not operational. For wildlife planning to evolve, consideration is needed to implement activity specific plans.
Case Study: All-Encompassing Preparedness and Delivery Solutions for Staatsolie in Suriname
Preparedness services and successful delivery accomplished through the close collaboration between OSRL, Staatsolie, and its contractors.
Case Study: Equipment Hire Services in Bulgaria
OSRL was contracted by Shell for the provision of oil spill response equipment, for use at its offshore drilling activities in Bulgaria.
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV)
AUV’s can be mobilised rapidly through OSRL and be operational soon after spill events have been identified, communicating near real-time information.
The Capability of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) provide distinct advantages during a response compared to traditional methods of surveillance in certain scenarios.
Understanding the World of Surveillance, Modelling and Visualisation (SMV)
James Pringle explains the latest technological developments and the results from recent testing and exercises for each major SMV technology
Spill Journal: Montara, West Atlas
The Montara incident was an oil and gas leak, and subsequent slick, that took place in the Timor Sea, off the coast of Australia in 2009.
Case Study: Tullow Ghana Limited’s Major Exercise
How Tullow Ghana is partnering with OSRL and key local stakeholders to ensure it’s ready for any eventuality.
OSRL Resource Library
First-hand experience in responding to oil spill incidents of varying nature and locality across the global, allow's Oil Spill Response to provide a wealth of resources and insights.
From case studies with our Members to industry insights and operational field guides spanning response and crisis management to dispersants and contingency planning. All resources are freely available to view or download.