Oil spill prevention and response is a critical issue that requires constant attention and vigilance. The impact of an oil spill can be devastating to the environment, the economy, and public health. Therefore, it is essential to have effective prevention measures in place, as well as a robust
It will be one of the first face to face events for the oil spill industry, and it will take measures to create a COVID safe environment, while still being welcoming to visitors, exhibitors, and conference delegates.
All stakeholders gather to exchange research and lessons learned from previous oil spill responses to help move towards a common objective.
Interspill is the leading European oil spill exhibition and conference. They raise the potential issues that can happen in the event of future oil spills. Topics such as response and restoration, preparedness, and spill prevention.
Wind-Driven Surface Currents – The Death Knell for Conventional Oil Booms
As we all know, the BP oil spill in 2010 was good for absolutely nobody. This slick substance now sits on the surface of the scene of the crime.
The Galapagos Oil Spill covered 186 square miles of sea. It has caused a significant problem in the ecosystem of the nearby islands that it spilled on.
The Supreme Court rejected BP’s attempt at appealing its own settlement with businesses and individuals that lost money due to the massive 2010 oil spill.
Interspill 2015 will focus on potential issues to be raised from any future oil spills, with a platform for industry, academia and government to meet.
A campaign launched by ReThink Marketing seeks to demonstrate the aftermath of an oil slick.