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Interspill 2009

Click below for the full papers that took place in each session on each day:

  • Tuesday 12th May 2009
    • Opening Sessions
    • 1.1 Oil production and transport at sea
    • 1.2 Shoreline response tools and techniques
    • 1.3 Transportation of HNS, identification and assessment
    • 2.1 Oil pollution legislation and policies national and international levels
    • 2.2 Response at sea rationale, tools and techniques, performance
    • 2.3 HNS detection and monitoring
  • Wednesday 13th May 2009
    • 3.1 Regional preparedness 1
    • 3.2 Dispersants
    • 3.3 HNS response strategies
    • 4.1 Oil pollution impacts and restoration assessment, implementation
    • 4.2 Rigs, wrecks & sunken oil
    • 4.3 HNS Case studies and lessons learnt
    • 5.1 Inland water pollution from production and transport
    • 5.2 Heavy fuel oil versus crude oil aspects
    • 5.3 Health and Safety
  • Thursday 14th May 2009
    • 6.1 Oil slick detection and monitoring organisation
    • 6.2 Regional Preparedness 2
    • 6.3. Compensation of damage caused by oil and HNS
    • 6.4 From the past to the future
    • Closing Session