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Recorded Webinar: Onshore Oil Pipeline Preparedness & Response

February, 2016 By: Tristan Barston

Recorded Webinar: Onshore Oil Pipeline Preparedness and Response

Catch up on our Onshore Oil Pipeline Preparedness and Response webinar when our oil spill expert, Tristan Barston, gave an overview of the basic principles involved in preparing for, and responding to, oil spills from onshore oil pipelines. He also shared his experiences on how companies have addressed specific issues in various geographical locations and commercial situations around the globe.

Recorded Webinar: Incident Management Systems

January, 2016 By: Andrew Couch, Dave Rouse & Graham Tew

Recorded Webinar: Incident Management Systems

Catch up on our Incident Management Systems (IMS) webinar when our oil spill experts gave an overview of OSRL’s preparedness and response experiences in incident management; including case studies of how we have developed understanding and practical application of IMS amongst those with whom we've worked as well as an overview of our NEW IMS-100 e-learning course. View the demo here.

Case Study: ExxonMobil PNG Preparedness Activities

January, 2016

Case Study: ExxonMobil PNG Preparedness Activities

2015 was the second year OSRL continued working with ExxonMobil PNG Limited (EMPNG) to maintain and develop oil spill response preparedness activities at their facilities in Papua New Guinea.

Case Study: CNOOC Collaboration

January, 2016

Case Study: CNOOC Collaboration

Janurary 2016 sees CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) mark a year since becoming an OSRL Band 1 Participant Member after acquiring Nexen. Read about the collaboration programme put together, which included a 5-week personnel secondment, to help both organisations gain a deeper understanding of each other, the benefits of OSRL membership and the importance of preparedness and response activities.

IMS 100 Course Demo

January, 2016

IMS 100 demo

View the demo of our NEW IMS 100 course, which describes the history, features and principles, and organisational structure of an Incident Management System. There are seven topics to take, followed by an assessment. Because this is a demo, you will only have access up-to topic number 3. 

Corexit EC 9500A

June, 2017

Corexit EC 9500A

This datasheet provides a summary of key facts about Corexit EC 9500A.

Marine Dispersant Finasol© OSR52

June, 2017

Marine Dispersant Finasol© OSR52

This datasheet provides a summary of key facts about Finasol OSR52.

Dasic Slickgone NS

Dasic Slickgone NS

This datasheet provides a summary of key facts about Dasic Slickgone NS.

Technical Information Sheet - Contingency Planning

Technical Information Sheet - Contingency Planning

The contingency planning process is a structured approach to developing a spill response capability. It allows an effective initial response to an oil spill, in addition to sustaining an ongoing response proportionate to the risk.

Technical Information Sheet - Strategic and Tactical Planning

Technical Information Sheet - Strategic and Tactical Planning

A Strategic Response Plan is a tailored document that provides specific response information based on medium to longer term response management objectives and details the means of achieving them.

A Tactical Response Plan is a tailored document that provides more operationally focussed information essential for implementing the selected response techniques.

Download the Technical Information Sheet to find out more.