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The value of offshore field experiments in oil spill technology development for Norwegian waters
The blowout on the Ekofisk field in the North Sea in 1977 initiated R&D efforts in Norway focusing on improving oil spill contingency in general and more specifically on weathering processes and modeling drift and spreading of oil spills. Since 1978, approximately 40 experimental oil spills have...
Oil fate and weathering processes in ice-vovered waters. A Fram center state-of-the-art report.
Oil spill response is demanding under any circumstances and Arctic conditions impose additional environmental and logistical challenges. The most obvious challenge is dealing with the presence of ice. However, understanding the fate and behaviour of oil in Arctic and ice-covered waters is a fundamen...
Norwegian regulations / requirements for use of oil spill dispersants
Dispersant effectiveness testing of crude oils weathered under various ice conditions
Potential for use of oil spill dispersants in ice infested waters
Oljevernberedskap i Barentshavet Status og utfordringer
Fate processes important for oil-in-ice modeling Status and future R&D needs
Behaviour of oil and other hazardous and noxious substances (HNS) spilled in Arctic waters (BoHaSA)
Testing the Framo Ice Skimmer in the SINTEF ice basin. “Oil in ice” JIP, task 3.2: Testing of new concepts and units. A technical report.
This document reports the findings of a test program conducted in October 2010 in the SINTEF ice basin of the Framo Ice Skimmer manufactured by Frank Mohn AS of Norway. The Framo Ice Skimmer is a mechanical oil recovery device that was designed on the basis of tests conducted in SINTEF’s ice basin i...