oil spill recovery system Articles

  • Lamor - leading the way in the Russian oil spill recovery market

    A vast amount of Lamor oil spill response equipment recently delivered to St.Petersburg is a testament of Lamor’s strong position in the Russian market and the ability to successfully cooperate both with the Russian and Finnish governmental institutes in the environment protection sector. The deliveries were joint Finnish-Russian projects and were part of long-term cooperation work between the ...


    By Lamor Corporation Ab

  • High Capacity Advancing Oil Recovery System performance testing at Ohmsett for the Wendy Schmidt oil cleanup X challenge

    Abstract Ohmsett - The National Oil Spill Response Research & Renewable Energy Test Facility was selected as the test venue for the $1.4 Million Wendy Schmidt Oil Cleanup X CHALLENGE. The competition was designed to inspire a new generation of innovative solutions for recovering spilled oil from the seawater’s surface. Ten finalists, selected from more than 350 entries ...


    By OHMSETT

  • New approach makes faster and efficient work of oil spills

    A comprehensive new study of oil’s behaviour in various sea conditions has resulted in significant advances in oil spill recovery using boom-style systems. Put into practice in DESMI ‘s Speed-Sweep Oil Spill Response (OSR) solution, the new approach speeds up oil recovery, increases encounter rates, covers a wider area in a shorter time and provides new flexibility in the choice of ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Lamor & Arctia study effectiveness of oil spill response applications in ice

    Arctia Karhu Oy’s harbor icebreaker, Ahto, based out of Kemi in northern Finland, is participating in oil spill response research and development in the Gulf of Bothnia, between Ajos and Tornio, during the first week of February, 2016. The ice trials will test and examine the effectiveness of mechanical oil spill response operations in ice and the behavior of oil throughout ...


    By Lamor Corporation Ab

  • Inland diesel spill case study

    Introduction In January 2000 an oil spill occurred in the North of England. It was estimated up to 30,000 litres of diesel fuel had escaped the fuel storage tanks of a major factory due to a burst pipe. Fortunately most of the spilled oil found its way to a nearby drainage facility owned by the local Water Authority. Due to neglect the drainage outlet pipe that feeds ...

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