spill preparedness Companies in Norway

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International Spill Control Organization (ISCO)

based in Aberdeenshire, UNITED KINGDOM

ISCO (International Spill Control Organization) aims to raise worldwide preparedness and co-operation in response to oil and chemical spills, to promote technical development and professional competency, and to provide a focus for making the knowledge and experience of spill control professionals available to IMO, UNEP, EC and other organisations. ISCO has individual and ...

Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL)

based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

Oil Spill Response Limited is to provide resources to respond to oil spills efficiently and effectively on a global basis. Oil Spill Response will continue its pursuit of excellence in providing cost effective oil spill response, training and consultancy services. Oil Spill Response will work towards improving communication, awareness of resources and capabilities, and ...

The Norwegian Oil Spill Control Association (NOSCA)

based in Horten, NORWAY

NOSCA – the Norwegian Oil Spill Control Association – is to satisfy a common need within the industry, the oil companies and public institutions to join forces and resources in order to improve the overall knowledge base of oil spill prevention and response. The need for a joint international promotion of the Norwegian oil spill technology and products was certainly also ...

Arctic Protection AS

based in Strønstad, NORWAY

Arctic Protection AS is a group of companies from northern Norway supplying an integrated concept in preparedness services for all maritime operations. The company is a merger of the former Maritime Preparedness Operations AS (MAPO), with its headquarters in Honningsvåg, and the former Arctic Protection AS from Harstad. MAPO has supplied oil spill preparedness for all ...

HESS James Craig Hendren

based in Konstancin-Jeziorna, POLAND

Oil spill training is an important element in EP`s oil spill prevention and preparedness efforts. Studies indicate that a significant number of oil spills at fixed facilities are caused by operator error, such as failing to close valves or overfilling tanks during transfer operations. Because operator error is more likely to be a factor in causing spills, training and ...

MARKLEEN Group

based in Vollen, NORWAY

Markleen is a leading supplier of oil spill response products and provides global solutions for oil spill preparedness and response at sea.

Maritim Miljø-Beredskap AS (MMB)

based in Straume, NORWAY

Maritim Miljø-Beredskap AS (MMB) is Norway’s leading independent private company within oil spill and environmental control. Our main services: Management and resources during oil spill operations, oil spill response training, rental of personnel and oil spill response equipment, environmental inspection.

MOSE Innovation AS

based in Trondheim, NORWAY

MOSE Innovation AS develops mobile systems for spill cleanup. Our objective is to offer innovative and efficient solutions for shoreline and industrial spill cleanup operations, combining technology with usability to meet the demands of real-world situations. MOSE Innovation AS was founded in 2010 as an entrepreneurial company (spin-off from NTNU), developing and selling ...

International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)

based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

The International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA) was established in 1974 following the establishment of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). IPIECA provides one of the industry’s principal channels of communication with the United Nations. IPIECA is the single global association representing both the upstream and downstream ...

CEDRE

based in BREST, FRANCE

Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution. Cedre is a non-profit-making association acting as an operator for the French State. It was created in 1978, in the aftermath of the Amoco Cadiz oil spill, in a bid to be more fully prepared for accidental water pollution and to strengthen the national response organisation. It is ...

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