Organizations

SLR
Primary
IAOGP
Funding
DFD

Spill Response in the Arctic Offshore

This publication has been prepared jointly by the American Petroleum Institute (API) Arctic Oil Spill task group and the Joint Industry Programme on Oil Spill Recovery in Ice (JIP). The JIP is aimed at creating international research programmes to further enhance industry knowledge and capabilities in the area of Arctic oil spill response and to raise awareness of existing industry OSR capabilities in the Arctic region. The JIP is sponsored by nine international oil and gas companies: BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Eni, ExxonMobil, Shell, Statoil, North Caspian Operating Company, and Total making it the largest pan-Industry project dedicated to this field of research and development. This report is intended as a compendium to describe the tools available for use by industry for response to an oil spill in the Arctic. The JIP will undertake various research projects that have been identified to improve industry capabilities and coordination in the area of Arctic oil spill response. Throughout this report, reference is made to other useful documents on specific aspects of spill response including conference proceedings and publications from organizations involved with spill response research.

Remote
2012-02-02

Data and Resources

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Status: Remote
Type: Report
End Date: 2012/02/02
Data Types: Report
Primary Contacts
Name: Stephen Potter
Primary Organizations
Type
S.L. Ross Environmental Research Limited
Industry/Consultants

Funding Organization
Type
International Association of Oil and Gas Producers
Industry/Consultants

Other Organizations
D.F. Dickins Associates Ltd.

Regions

Direct Record Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/2032-spill-response-in-the-arctic-offshore