Oil Spill Response Resources and Knowledge
Nearly four decades of first-hand experience in responding to oil spill incidents of varying nature and locality, has allowed us to create a hub of knowledge available to share with you.
From case studies with our Members to industry insights and operational field guides spanning response and crisis management to dispersants and contingency planning, plus everything else in between, all resources are freely available to view or download.
TPR Seminar Series - Part Eleven: Economic Assessment and Compensation
This eleventh session sees OSRL's Development & Assurance Lead, Aaron Montgomery, discuss economic assessment and compensation for marine oil spills.
TPR Seminar Series - Part Ten: Oiled Wildlife Response
This tenth session sees Wildlife Preparedness and Response Manager, Paul Kelway, and guests from Sea Alarm and GOWRS discuss Oiled Wildlife Response.
Shared Lessons for Risk Communications
We explore parallels from the communications around the pandemic response and whether we can transfer these to effective dispersant communications.
Latest Response Resources
Spill Journal: MT Evoikos
We reflect on some of the past spills with those who were there. This journal looks at our response to the MT Evoikos spill in October 1997.
TPR Seminar Series - Part Eight: Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Technique (SCAT)
This eighth session sees Technical Lead , Dr. Rob Holland, discuss Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Techniques (SCAT) for oil spill response.
ATSEA-2 Webinar Series - Part 3: NEBA/SIMA & PNG Case Study
Understand the concept of NEBA/SIMA with this webinar and appreciate the oil spill preparedness and response from PNG’s context.
Gazing into Tomorrow's World: The Future of Remote Training
We explore immersive technologies and the possibilities for future remote training delivery.
The Increase in Safety Standards and Mitigating Future Risks
Oil spills and injuries from offshore drilling are on the rise. More needs to be done to mitigate future risks and avoid another Deepwater Horizon.
Lessons Learned – The Tombstone Imperative
With the next energy revolution brings new challenges and risks. Will the learning processes remain valid and fit for purpose in the brave new world?