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Interspill 2015, the European oil spill conference and exhibition

Interspill 2015, the European oil spill conference and exhibition, took place at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam, over 3 days from 24-26 March 2015. The event saw over 1250 delegates, visitors and exhibitors attend, from 75 countries, making it the most successful event so far in the series since Interspill started in 2000.. Read full story

Conference and exhibition registration opens, with an expanded conference programme

10th November 2014

On 7 November 2014, conference delegate registration opened for Interspill 2015, with an Early Bird incentive rate available for those booking before 31 December 2014.. Read full story

New Chairman for Interspill & 2015 Exhibition & Conference Update

27th October 2014

The Interspill Steering Committee is pleased to announce that Rob Cox, Technical Director of IPIECA has been appointed as the new Chairman to succeed Chris Morris (former General Secretary of IPIECA).

Rob Cox paid tribute to the progress made by Interspill under the stewardship of Chris Morris, and confirmed that with his appointment, and the support of IPIECA, the future for Interspill was assured. In addition, following a role since 2007 as permanent sponsor and active supporter of Interspill, Oil Spill Response Ltd has now joined the founding members, NOSCA, Sycopol, UKSpill, and IPIECA and EMSA as a member of the Steering Committee.. Read full story

The Interspill Committee

Interspill is owned and organised by the three founders, UK Spill Association (UKSpill), the Norwegian Oil Spill Control Association (NOSCA), the Syndicat National Des Constructeurs D’Equipements De Lutte Contre La Pollution Des Eaux (SYCOPOL), all representing the European Spill industry, and a group representing related interests. IPIECA, representing the environmental and conservation interests of the international petroleum industry, the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), recognising its tasks concerning marine pollution preparedness and response in Europe. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), recognising its global role concerning maritime pollution prevention and preparedness. The International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds (IOPC Funds), recognising its role concerning compensation for oil pollution damage, the International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF), recognising its role in preparedness and response for ship source pollution.

The Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution (CEDRE) recognising its role concerning pollution, and Oil Spill Response Ltd., (OSRL) recognising its role as a major oil spill preparedness and response industry cooperative.