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Bridging the Gap Durk Haarsma durk.haarsma@geomares.nl Bridging the gap between the research community and the practitioners in the field must increase the effectiveness of the oil spill response and restoration efforts. Professor Nancy Kinner, co-director of the Coastal Response Research Center at the University of New Hampshire and interviewed for this 2013 issue of the Spill International Buyers Guide, sees the gap as one of the most pressing issues to be solved. As long as this gap exists, new techniques developed at the universities and research institutes will not get through to those with the boots on the ground. On the other hand, the practical experience at the shore and at sea, is necessary for the R&D people to prove they are right or wrong. The gap, identified by Professor Kinner, is literally a matter of non-understanding, using different words, different terminology for the same matters. It’s very clear that to get everybody in line with each other, good communication is required at all levels – not just in the city, harbour, region, but also on national, yes, even international level. Getting in line through efficient communication is necessary for the measures taken to be effective in case of an oil spill and is therefore necessary for the environment, a goal held high by both communities. A good business-to-business medium can play a role in a linkage process of this kind. We, at Spill International, are more than happy to help bridge the gap, maybe sometimes even by being the bridge with a lively website containing news, best practices and research papers for the communities at both ends of the spectrum (please visit www.spill-international.com) and with this Spill International Buyers Guide 2013!

Contents Editorial 3 Interview 4 Spill International Interviews Nancy Kinner

Companies Directory 11 Company Profiles 13 Different Strategies on Both Sides of the Atlantic 8 Dedicated Spill Response Vessels or Vessels or Stand-by Fleet

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Gap between Scientists and Practitioners Needs to be Bridged Spill INTERNATIONAL Interviews Nancy Kinner, Oil Spill Expert

Two leading centres, the Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC) and Center for Spills in the Environment (CSE) Durk Haarsma Publishing director, Spill INTERNATIONAL

– both established by the University of New Hampshire (UNH) play a key role in research on oil spill response and restoration. Professor Nancy Kinner, UNH director of the CRRC and CSE, sees a gap between the research community and the practitioners in the field of spill response and restoration and according to her it is vital to fill that gap for the betterment of the environment. Nancy Kinner speaks to Spill INTERNATIONAL.

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Two leading research centres at the University of New Hampshire in a US state that has no oil reserves of its own. Can you explain this? The fact that petroleum politics are not important in New Hampshire, because there is no oil, either on- or offshore in the state, was one of the reasons that the Coastal Response Research Center (CRRC) was established here at UNH. The CRRC was started in co-operation with NOAA. NOAA provides scientific support for spill response and restoration and was interested in partnering with the University to have a research component to explore and solve issues they were faced with. The CSE is a parallel centre that is funded by other entities involved in spill response and restoration. Do you work together with other institutes? Is there enough co-operation between universities and research institutes worldwide? We work together with the Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) in Alaska and the Texas General Land Office, Oil Spill Prevention & Response and many other research and develop-

Biggest hurdle is interaction between research community and practitioners community and the practitioners. This is something CRRC and CSE focus on. Much of the research being conducted aims at improving response and restoration. For instance, research is currently being conducted on the effect of Deep Water Horizon on water quality, circulation patterns, and the effects on the organisms of the Gulf. This is difficult because at times they do not speak the same language – literally it sometimes comes down to terminology which is often not shared between the researchers and the practitioners. For example, researchers are working on new dispersant formulations that they really want to be used during response. Conversely, practitioners have been doing research within their own community for years, but little of this has been published in peer-reviewed literature. The added constraint is that

Researchers have little knowledge of practical issues that responders face ment institutes all over the country. But I think that it is always hard to maintain interactions between groups, especially on a global scale. In the 1990s, the United States lost touch with other oil spill R&D centres in countries such as Norway and France. We have reestablished those contacts. But it is difficult due to such constraints as time and distance. It is a little easier now with internet, making it possible to use conference calls and Skype. What about co-operation between the different layers in the field in the United States? I think that the biggest hurdle is not necessarily between the researchers within and outside the country, I think the biggest hurdle is the interaction between the research

researchers have little knowledge of the practical issues that responders face. The key is to get the two groups together and have them speak a common language and move toward a common goal of more effective spill response and restoration, and better prevention and preparedness. What is the focus of your research in New Hamsphire? Can you share some of the outcomes? Currently, our main focus is primarily on oil spill biodegradation in

Arctic seawater. We have taken this subject up as part of a shared project in conjunction with the University of Rhode Island and the University of Alaska and SINTEF in Norway. So far, we have found that in Arctic seawater at 5°C, biodegradation occurs, but slowly. The degradation is minimal at 0°C and below in the higher salinity conditions that mimic brine channels in ice. This research has been going on for more than a year now and we are waiting for the final results, but this seems to be the major conclusion: biodegradation does occur, but is just slow. Nano-materials like graphene are also emerging – how do you rate these developments for incident response? There is currently much focus in the research community on using nanomaterials as dispersants for oil spills. For quite a long time researchers in Canada have been studying use of oil mineral aggregates (OMA). This research builds on that. One issue is: the effects of nano-particles on the ecosystem. In the week of 11 March 2013, dispersant researchers and practitioners met at a CSE workshop to consider this and other issues related to dispersants. We need to explore all aspects of effectiveness, fate, transport and effects of a dispersant and the associated dispersed oil before we decide to use it. One concern of drilling in the Arctic is a possible blowout and spill. How do you see this challenge? As we know from the Exxon Valdez spill, oil can remain in the environment for a long time after a spill and mechanisms such as biodegradation can be very slow in cold waters.

Professor Nancy Kinner is a professor of civil and environmental engineering, oil spill expert and has been the UNH director of the Coastal Response Research Center, a partnership between the University of New Hampshire (UNH), Durham, New Hampshire and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) since 2004. Both centres are part of the Environmental Research Group at UNH. She is also the director of the CSE. She has recently been awarded a University Professorship at UNH.

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Who Are the Readers of Spill International? Readers Readers include operating managers, safety and security officers, regulators, plant managers, EH&S professionals, administrators, attorneys, environmental managers, purchasing agents, engineers, buyers, consultants and others concerned with compliance, oil-spill response and/or clean-up.

Readers fall generally under the following categories: International non-governmental organisations responsible for advising on and lobbying over the impact of oil and HNS pollution under the global marine environment conventions, eg IMO, ITOPF, OCIMF, INTERTANKO, Greenpeace Government departments, both national and international, charged with policing marine conventions and laws, focusing on marine environmental rules and legislation for controlling pollution from the oil and shipping industries. 7KHHQHUJ\LQGXVWU\ERWKRLODQGFKHPLFDOZKHUHULVNH[LVWVLQXSVWUHDPDQGGRZQVWUHDPDFWLYLWLHVH[SORUDWLRQ production, refining and transport. The shipping industry, owners, charterers, classification societies, insurance companies and P & L clubs. The ports industry with its obligations under the OPRC convention to plan for pollution, together with local JRYHUQPHQWGHSDUWPHQWVFRQFHUQHGZLWKULVNIURPDFFLGHQWDOGLVFKDUJHXQGHULQWHUQDWLRQDODQGQDWLRQDOOHJLV lation. 7KHVSLOOFRQWUDFWRUVPDQXIDFWXUHUVDQGFRQVXOWDQWVSURYLGLQJFOHDQXSVHUYLFHVHTXLSPHQWDQGDGYLFHLQERWK marine and inland environments. Scientists, research & development organisations involved in environmental R&D and potential oil exploitation/ natural resource conflicts created by accidental spills. Professionals from organisations concerned with the preservation of the environment in the event of an oil spill. 3URIHVVLRQDOVUHODWHGWR$YLDWLRQ6HUYLFHV6XUYHLOODQFHRI 6SLOOV%LRUHPHGLDWLRQ(TXLSPHQW6HUYLFHV&RQWURO Clean-up Remediation and Restoration, Contingency Planning, Crisis Management / Emergency Exercises, DaPDJH,PSDFW$VVHVVPHQW,QVXUDQFH5LVNV'LVSHUVDQWV6SUD\6\VWHPV'LYLQJ7XJDQG6DOYDJH6HUYLFHV 3ROOXWLRQUHVSRQVHHTXLSPHQWVXSSOLHUV Response specialists

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Nancy Kinner. (Image Courtesy: Lisa Nugent, University of New Hampshire Photographic Services).

Majority of spills is smaller and of shorter duration but they can be more dangerous

I would also call for caution with regard to shipping – cruise ships as well as cargo vessels – that also poses a big threat for spills in the Arctic. What other major dangers exist for oil spills? Shipping – or transport - is a real danger. Many petroleum products are being transported. For example, a large amount of oil sands products are now being produced in Alberta, Canada. As a result, there is a focus on building new pipelines in order to transport these raw oil sands products to the coast. Pipeline spills are rare, but can be substantial when they occur. Followed by spills in the Arctic. It is a harsh environment, very difficult to work in and we do not know anything about the bathymetry or all the effects of a spill. Another area of danger of spills is a regional threat, for example, in Nigeria, where we have seen a wide range of issues including intentional pipeline damage by sabotage. There is also deep and ultra deep drilling in offshore regions. These are major international issues that receive insufficient attention. What is exaggerated? Right now we have a tendency to focus our efforts on how we would better respond to a blowout like the Deepwater Horizon with its lengthy duration. We always focus on the last big spill. Although there might a blowout in the future, I think that we focus

on blowouts to such a degree that we tend to forget these other potential spills. Post-Deepwater Horizon we had the most trouble to convince researchers that most spills do not last that long; Deepwater Horizon was an exception. The majority of the spills are of much shorter duration and of a much smaller volume. But these smaller spills can be even more dangerous, especially if they are closer to shore. Have policy makers done enough? In the USA, landmark legislation addressing oil pollution was passed within one year of Exxon Valdez. This did not happen after Deepwater Horizon. We are experiencing a long lasting economic downturn, budgets are being cut everywhere, including at response agencies. Also, we need some

One very positive change is the new research funding for the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) that includes spill response, restoration and prevention. If we can keep bridging the gap between the research community and the practitioners, there is hope that we can make real progress in spill prevention, preparedness, and unprecedented restoration in the future. This is a role that CRRC and CSE will keep working on. Do you have a message to share with the oil spill community reading Spill INTERNATIONAL? There is one major challenge we need to face. We need to get practitioners in touch in with researchers

Get the two groups to speak a common language dedicated funds that focus on arcticrelated spill response, restoration, prevention and preparation. I think that there should be more research interaction and funding with the federal agencies, but I am confident this will happen. Some new regulations and deployment of assets could also make a big change for spills if they occur. This would be very, very helpful.

so that the research being conducted actually affects the daily work of the practitioners. If we can improve this co-operation, this link, we will improve response and restoration efforts in all sorts of spills that occur: blowouts, land and marine spills by pipe line leakage, shipping incidents for submerged, floating and dispersed oil. Spill I N T E R N AT I ON A L

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Different Strategies on Both Sides of Atlantic Dedicated Spill Response Vessels or Stand-by Fleet When looking into the fleet of oil spill response vessels (OSRV), there is an apparent difference in the strategy on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Where the US relies on a fleet of dedicated OSRVs with private companies and associations contracting companies involved in vessel operations and exploration & production, in Europe, the relatively smaller fleets of vessels which are often managed by governments is extended by stand-by vessels that can be mobilised in a relatively short time.

Joost Boers, editorial manager Spill INTERNATIONAL.

THERE OBVIOUSLY IS A NEED to be prepared for larger-scale oil spills. In Europe, the record shows spills like those of the Erika (1999 near France) and the Prestige (2002 near Spain). As the Mediterranean, the North Sea and the Baltic Sea are important shipping routes for crude and oil products mainly from the Middle-East and the Soviet Union, there is a severe risk of a large spill occurring. According to the Action Plan for Oil Pollution Preparedness and Response by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), eventually spilled oil can best be removed at sea. Once oil reaches the shores, the impact is much greater; think of additional waste materials that need to be disposed of. The efforts in Europe are therefore focused on a response on the water. Co-ordination or Fragmented?

Another difference between Europe and the United States is the relatively fragmented regulation of spill response facilities and regulations. Each of the European countries has its own policy, organisation and resources. The EMSA acts as a promoter of best practices as the risk of more countries being affected by one single spill are greater and even if

only one country is affected, it is very likely that international assistance will be sought to combat the spill. Particularly in areas most likely to be threatened and areas which have already suffered severe spills, EMSA In the Helsinki Commission (Baltic

top of the national capacity for when a big spill is detected. To this end 19 ships with oil spill response equipment prepared for fast mobilisation will be available by the end of 2013. This construction has been chosen to avoid an overlapping or unjusti-

Once oil reaches the shores, the impact is much greater than when removed at sea Sea area), the Bonn Agreement (North Sea), Barcelona Convention (Mediterranean Sea) and Lisbon Agreement (North-east Atlantic area) act as co-ordination guidelines if a big spill occurs. Protocols regarding response are established in these co-operations and exercises take place on a regular basis. In addition, the monitoring of spills and pollution via satellite using CleanSeaNet is in the hands of EMSA for the countries, making it possible to detect pollution fast and take action. Stand-by Vessels

A network of stand-by vessels has been established and maintained on

fied capacity of response resources for each individual country. The vessels in the ‘pool’ have bunker capacity, and the ability to sail fast (towards the spill area) and are relatively agile when collecting the oil. They are strategically spread along the European coastline. One of the problems seen during the bigger spills is the time needed for response vessels to reach the emergency area. During the Prestige spill, the first vessel to arrive, the Ailette, needed three days to arrive at the scene (and recovered 600m3 oil/water emulsion). Other vessels arrived six

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Figure 1: EMSA Stand-by vessel capacity (Image courtesy: EMSA).

to 22 days after the incident. The current situation should improve this. The stand-by vessels that are located closer to the scenes can be mobilised fairly quickly (within 24 hours after a spill alarm) and converted into oil spill response vessels by mounting, for example, the sweeping arms and loading boom and other equipment. Technical preparations have been made at the beginning of the contract time. They are then sent to the spill area, recover oil and discharge it into a harbour. As the capacity of the stand-by vessels averages 3,674m3, the total actual capacity in the network is over 62,467m3 (based on 17 ships contracted at the end of 2012). An issue is that the larger the storage capacity of a recovery vessel is, the more time it takes to unload the recovered oil in a harbour. This may take up to a week – which is also a consideration in the number of response vessels to be mobilised for a spill. The vessels are available for emergency response and exercises – in 2011 there were 11 exercises involving EMSA vessels. The EMSA vessels are controlled by the government when mobilised and operate together with the national emergency services, thus expanding

the capacity and efficiency of the national organisations. USA

In the United States, the fragmentation of the emergency response capacity and co-ordination due to the influence of various countries is less of an issue as this is a bigger entity. Regulation is centralised and operations are controlled by the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), regarding the regulations and guidance of operations – and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), focusing on environmental aspects of maritime energy. BSEE is the main

actor establishing regulations for the Exploration & Production sector. In addition to this organisation, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is also involved in spill response actions, as is the US Coast Guard when a spill occurs in coastal areas or a navigable river. Companies with a greater risk of causing a spill, such as ship operators and oil drilling companies, are to contract a spill response organisation that will assist in the containment and removal of spilled oil. These organisations can be either for-profit or non-profit. The latter include members rather than clients.

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Figure 2: MSRC response vessels (Image courtesy: MSRC).

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Figure 3: A fishing vessel is converted to carry boom for skimming operations in the waters near Venice, La. on 9 July 2010. Local fishing vessels were being utilised in the Vessels of Opportunity programme in order to assist with the Deepwater Horizon response effort. (Image courtesy: U.S. Air Force, Tech. Sgt. Polly Bennett).

Figure 4: The spill response for the Rena grounding was co-ordinated by the New Zealand authorities. Defence vessels, the tanker Awanuia of the Port of Auckland and converted tugs. (Image Courtesy: Maritime New Zealand)

As these ships are dedicated, they can be mobilised faster. For example, Marine Spill Response Corporation (MSRC) plans to achieve a two hour mobilisation time including navigation and getting response crews on board. The organisation has a capacity of 15 Oil Spill Response vessels spread over regions: Atlantic, Gulf and West Coasts. Specifically, they have 4,000 barrels of below deck temporary storage, two oil/water separators, berthing for 38, command and control capability through a sophisticated suite of communications services, medical assistance, heli-deck, and spill gear - skimmers, ocean boom, etc. MSRC also has about 35 other skimming vessels. These are dedicated vessels with skimmers and on-board storage that range in size depending upon the operating environment. This

companies or organisations but contribute to effective response for the member organisations. A number of spill response organisations operate worldwide or have links with local organisations, meaning that companies operating in different parts of the world do not have to contract

In the USA, fragmentation of the emergency response capacity is less of an issue on-water skimming capability is supplemented with on-water temporary storage in the form of 19 ocean-going barges. Worldwide Co-operation

Looking worldwide, including the Asia and the Australian region, the governments tend to co-ordinate response and resources capacity, as in Europe. The Global Response Network, however, is an association of oil spill response organisations sharing knowledge and experiences. They do not provide equipment to spilling

response organisations locally. One contact arranges assistance if needed. This is convenient and the quality of the spill response will also be available according to standards the client requiring assistance is used to. Towards the Future

EMSA has seen its tasks being extended to being prepared to monitor pollution by offshore oil and gas installations in addition to pollution caused by ships. The Deepwater Horizon incident has raised concerns over whether the European states are

operating, maintaining and regulating oil and gas installations with a minimal risk of a spill or blowout. Here too, EMSA will work together and over and above national capacity. The availability of and equipment on the currently contracted stand-by vessels will be evaluated. There will also be a need for different spill response techniques, however, as the fact that oil can originate from the sea floor can cause complications as the volume and emulsion may be different, requiring different recovery techniques and capacity of stand-by vessels. The recovery techniques are also a trend towards the future seen by the MSRC. Although the response techniques may remain roughly the same, including dispersant, in situ burn and mechanical recovery, a step forward could be made in the ability to find oil and detect its thickness on water. Having more details available on the character of the oil to be recovered means that the most optimal technique can be used.

1. http://emsa.europa.eu/ 2. www.msrc.org

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Freytech, Inc. Freytech Inc. is an American company based in Miami, Florida, USA, specialising in crude and refined oilwater separators. We offer systems for above and below ground, stationary or mobile use onshore as well as for quick offshore deployment on boats and barges. We achieve 5PPM separation efficiencies with many types of crude and refined oil. Used in conjunction with Freytech or third-party refined oil-water separators, our optional adsorption polishing system obtains residual hydrocarbon concentrations to below 0.1PPM even with physically emulsified and dissolved oil present in the waste stream. Our patented Automatic Oil Draw

off Device (ADD) automatically and mechanically extracts the refined oil separated by any Freytech or thirdparty separator and drains it to a separate container providing pure, separated oil which is 99.7% free of water. The need for septic truck service is thereby greatly reduced providing the operator with substantial cost savings, plus the separated oil is a valuable commodity for resale. We also offer mechanical and automatic oil spill prevention valves which are installed at the inlet end of containment vaults, thus providing distinct operational advantages over conventional installation at the outlet end. Designed with future standards in mind, our valves far

exceed both US standards and European standards outlined in DIN 1999 and EN858. Hence, we provide cutting-edge affordable technology to protect your company from the high costs associated with oil spills. Our EC-certified equipment is in use in oil fields, refineries, petrochemical plants, fuel storage depots, airports, sea ports, nuclear power plants, water treatment plants and suchlike in over 35 countries.

601 Brickell Key Drive, Suite 702, Miami, Florida 33131 USA Phone: +1 305 372-1104, Fax: 305 328-9312, Email: info@freytech.com, www.freytech.com

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Cobham CodaOctopus Columbia Analytical Services Complete Environmental Products Compliance Associates Consilium Consortium for Advanced Research on Transport of Hydrocarbon in the Environment (CARTHE) CONTROS Systems & Solutions Cooley Engineered Membranes CorkSorb Crown Salvage Limited Crucial CryoRain Cygnus Instruments Damen Shipyards Darcy Spillcare Manufacture Dasic International Delorme DESMI Ro-Clean Dexsil Corporation Diamond Airborne Sensing DMG Events Global Energy DNV GL Group DONJON-SMIT Douglas Environmental Douglas-Westwood DOWCAR Environmental Management Drizit Environmental DSPCon DTC International DV Howells Dynamic Aviation Eagle Craft Eason Diving & Marine Contractors Eastern BioPlastics (EBP) ECM Maritime Services Eco Equipments EcoBasalt Ecoceane Eco-Oil Treatment Technologies ECOPOMEX Ecoservice-Neftegaz Ecosystem Management & Associates. ECRC-SIMEC Edwards & Cromwell Spill Control e-Geos EIC Laboratories Elastec/American Marine eLynx Technologies Emco Oilfield Services Limited Emergency Management Safety EmergWest Consulting Emirates Vision Environmental Servcies (EVES) Empteezy

GBR GBR USA USA USA SWE USA

www.cobham.com www.codaoctopus.com www.caslab.com www.cepsorbents.com www.cai-central.com www.consilium.se www.carthe.org

DEU USA PRT GBR USA USA GBR NLD GBR GBR USA DNK USA Austria GBR NOR USA USA GBR USA ZAF USA USA GBR USA CAN USA USA USA TWN ISR FRA USA MCO RUS USA CAN USA ITA USA USA USA NGA USA CAN UAE GBR

www.contros.eu www.cooleygroup.com www.corksorb.com www.crownsalvage.com www.crucialinc.com www.cryorain.com www.cygnus-instruments.com www.damen.nl www.darcy.co.uk www.dasicinter.com www.delorme.com www.desmiro-clean.com www.dexsil.com www.diamond-sensing.com www.dmgevents.com www.dnv.com www.donjon-smit.com www.douglasenvironmental.com www.dw-1.com www.dowcarenvironmental.com www.drizit.com www.dspcon.com www.dtc-houston.com www.braemarhowells.com www.dynamicaviation.com www.eaglecraft.bc.ca www.easondiving.com www.easternbioplastics.com www.ecmmaritime.com www.ecoequipments.com www.ecobasalt.com www.ecoceane.com www.ecooiltreatment.com www.ecopomex.com www.oilboom.ru www.ecosystem-management.net www.ecrc.ca www.edwardsandcromwell.com www.e-geos.it www.eiclabs.com www.elastec.com www.elynxtech.com www.emcoservices.com www.EMSafetyInc.com www.emergwest.com www.eves.ae oilspill.empteezy.com

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ME-ETS Middle East Environmental Technology Services (ME-ETS) is located in the heart of Bahrain. As environmental remediation is a continuing struggle for industries and businesses, ME-ETS incorporates the latest nonhazardous, non-toxic technologies to provide our customers with fast and cost effective solutions. Remediation and recovery times are measured in days, weeks and months, not in years. We deliver internationally award winning technology solutions (2006 Frost & Sullivan Award for Innovative Technology) to our clients through industry recognised remediation leaders. Our capabilities range from Surfactant Enhanced Oil Recovery

SEOR™, sub-surface treatment injections, soil washing systems to water fi ltration processes. We currently manufacture our environmentally green products in Bahrain for distribution to the commercial sector as well as to supply our remediation projects. With over 1500 successful projects worldwide, ME-ETS is proud to bring the future of remediation and recovery to the Middle East and North African regions.

We bring to our clients new, innovative solutions at a lower cost that provide results continuously. As this is a non-ionic surfactant that bioremediates in less than 28 days, this is truly the green remediation solution of the future. Please visit our website for further information www.me-ets.com or e-mail chris@ me-ets.com When all other remediation has failed, we are the answer. We have 1500 projects worldwide to prove it.

Ivey-solÂŽ technology is also manufactured in the following countries: Canada, United States, Spain and South Korea.

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ENCO Industries Energy North Engineered & Environmental Products ENPAC Enviro Team Enviro Voraxial Technology Envirologger Environ Environment Canada Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental Restoration Environmental Standards EnviroSmart ES&H Esri ETI/ETC European Marine Safety Agency (EMSA) Evergreen AES Evolution Sorbent Products, Exprodat Consulting Extreme Spill Technology (EST) Falmouth Scientific (FSI) Fast Engineering Limited Fastwave Comunications First Line Technology

USA GBR CAN USA NOR USA GBR USA CAN USA USA USA AUS USA USA USA PRT USA USA GBR CAN USA GBR AUS USA

www.encoind.com www.energynorth.co.uk www.eep.ca www.enpac.com www.enviroteam.no www.evtn.com www.envirologger.com www.environcorp.com www.ec.gc.ca www.epa.gov www.erllc.com www.envstd.com www.envirosmart.com.au www.eshinc.com www.esri.com www.etietc.com emsa.europa.eu www.evergreenaes.com www.esp-us.com www.exprodat.com www.spilltechnology.com www.falmouth.com www.fastank.com www.fastwave.com.au www.firstlinetech.com

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Fluid Imaging Technologies Fosse Liquitrol Freytech See Page 13 Fugro GapVax Garner Environmental Services GE Analytical Instruments GEO TAG Engenharia & Consultoria, Projetos e Serviços Geomate Links Consulting Geospatial Experts Germanischer Lloyd GKL Solutions Global Diving & Salvage Global Spill Control Global Stratagem Consulting Graphene Industries Graphic Products Guardian Environmental Technologies Gulf of Mexico Research Institute (GoMRI) Hamburgeo. HANSEN Energy Solutions Haws - Engineered Solutions Division Hazard Control Technologies Hebo Maritiemservice HeiQ Materials Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) HELZEL Messtechnik HHenriksen HidroClean Proteção Ambiental HongKong Oil Spill Response (RuiSi) Technology HoverSpill Hydro Geo Hydro Quip InduMar Products Industrial Surfacing Industrial Textiles & Plastics (ITP)

USA GBR USA NLD USA USA USA Brasil NGA USA DEU GBR USA AUS CAN GBR USA USA USA DEU USA USA USA NLD CHE FIN DEU NOR Brasil CHN ITA IRN GBR USA USA GBR

www.fluidimaging.com www.fosseliquitrol.co.uk www.freytech.com www.fugro.com www.gapvax.com www.garner-es.com www.geinstruments.com www.geotagbatimetria.com.br www.geomatelinks.com www.geospatialexperts.com www.gl-group.com www.gklsolutionsltd.co.uk www.gdiving.com www.globalspill.com www.stratagemconsulting.ca www.grapheneindustries.com www.GraphicProducts.com www.guardianenvironmental.com www.gulfresearchinitiative.org www.hamburgeo.de www.hansenenergy.biz www.hawsco.com www.hct-world.com www.hebo-maritiemservice.nl www.heiqmaterials.com www.helcom.fi www.helzel.com www.hhenriksen.com www.hidroclean.com.br www.osrtec.com www.hoverspill.eu www.hydrogeo.org www.hydroquipinc.com www.indumar.com www.industrialsurfacing.com www.itpltd.com

Infield Systems Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) Intermoor International Environmental & Marine Services International Maritime Contractorssociation (IMCA) International Maritime Organization (IMO) International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds (IOPC Funds) International Organization for Standardization (ISO) International Spill Accreditation Association (ISAA) International Spill Control Organization (ISCO) International Surveillance Solutions International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP) Intertanko Invirodurm IPIECA ITOPF J.D. Neuhaus

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Miros AS Miros AS is a high-tech company that provides advanced systems and remote sensing equipment for the offshore and marine industries. Products include directional wave monitoring sensors, tide gauges, oil spill detection systems and metocean systems. MIROS is a major supplier of meteorological and oceanographic (met-ocean) systems for the Norwegian continental shelf and is among the leading companies internationally. The Miros OSD (Oil Spill Detection) system has been adopted by international oil recovery operators as a reliable, well-verified and efficient tool for oil spill response operations. The system has been tested yearly in oil-on-water trials since 2004, giving

the crew on oil spill recovery vessels automated oil spill detection, oil spill position history and estimate of future drift. With its capacity for continuous 24-hour operation independent of daylight conditions, the Miros OSD system is attractive for oil spill surveillance applications. Early warning of oil spill incidents is becoming increasingly important for both authorities and operators wanting to maintain their environmental profi le and improve their preparedness in high-risk areas like drill rigs, platforms, terminals, off-loading buoys and harbours. The number of installations in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and America now exceeds 100

systems, and the Miros OSD has attracted interest from most parts of the world. The Miros OSD has received the NOFO 2009 compliance letter. Miros has extensive experience in delivering met-ocean systems and can supply and integrate any required sensor into its systems. Modular Miros systems are delivered with software and displays tailored to individual operator needs, and provide users with real-time and historic data to support helicopter traffic control, marine operations, search and rescue operations, crane vessel operations and synoptic weather reporting.

Solbraveien 20, 1383 Asker, Norway. Phone: +47 66987500, fax: +47 66904170, e-mail: office@miros.no, www.miros.no

- measuring the ocean surface

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Oil Spill Detection System

Supports your complete contingency Surveillance, Recovery and Post-Incident

Automatic radar-based detection Early Detection - Night and Day

IR veriďŹ cation and relative thickness Cost-EfďŹ cient Installation and Operation

Scalable integrated solution

No 0018

Vessels, Platforms and Shore Stations

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Jet Edge Jet Edge Water Jets Jotun Kampers Oil Spill Equipment (Koseq) Katch Kan Keel Marine Kelvin Hughes Kodit Kongsberg Maritime Kvichak Marine Industries Lamor Corporation Lehane Environmental & Industrial Services Lloyd's Register Lockheed Martin Locus Technologies Lubetech Marine Emergency Mutual Aid Centre (MEMAC) Marine Pollution Control Marine Spill Response Corporation (MSRC) Marine Well Containment Company (MWCC) Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Maritime Safety Administration People's Republic of China Maritime Technology & Competence Solutions (MTCS) Maritime Technology Society (MTS) Markleen Marpolindo Pratama Nugraha Marune Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Maxum Industries McCarson Response Consulting ME-ETS See Page 15,28 Metocean Services International (MSI) Microbac MicroCare Europeba Millennium Enterprises MIROS See Page 17 Monarch Green MOP Environmental Solutions Moran Environmental Recovery Munson Boats Murrenhil Corporation Nalco National Energy Board National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Resources Defense Council National Response Corporation (NRC) National Wildlife Federation Nautronix New Pig Corporation Newson Gale Nextteq NOFI Tromsø Norbit

USA USA NOR NLD CAN GBR GBR GBR NOR USA FIN IRL GBR USA USA GBR BHR USA USA USA GBR CHN

www.jetedge.com www.jetedge.com www.jotun.com www.koseq.com www.katchkan.com www.keelmarine.com www.kelvinhughes.com www.kodit.com www.kongsberg.com www.kvichak.com www.lamor.com www.lehaneenvironmental.com www.lr.org www.lockheedmartin.com www.locustec.com www.lubetech.co.uk www.memac-rsa.org www.marinepollutioncontrol.com www.msrc.org www.marinewellcontainment.com www.dft.gov.uk/mca en.msa.gov.cn/msa

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www.mtcs.info www.mtsociety.org www.markleen.com www.marpolindo.co.id www.marune.eu www.mit.edu www.maxumllc.com www.mccarsonresponse.com www.me-ets.com www.metoceanservices.com www.microbac.com www.microcare.com www.4spillcontainment.com www.miros.no www.spillinex.com www.mopenvironmental.com www.moranenvironmental.com www.munsonboats.com www.murrenhil.com www.nalco.com www.neb-one.gc.ca www.noaa.gov

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www.nrdc.org www.nrcc.com www.nwf.org www.nautronix.co.uk www.newpig.com www.newson-gale.co.uk www.nextteq.com www.nofi.no www.norbit.com

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Ohmsett Ohmsett – The National Oil Spill Response Research & Renewable Energy Test Facility – works with the oil spill response industry to increase oil spill response capabilities and technologies through independent and objective performance testing of equipment and R&D activities. Ohmsett also provides first responders from state and federal government agencies and private industry from at home and abroad with a realistic training venue for response personnel. Since real oil can be used in a controlled marine environment, this contributes to rapid and efficient response to an actual spill event.

At the heart of Ohmsett is a large outdoor, above-ground concrete test tank that is 203.3 (667 feet) metres long, 19.8 metres (65 feet) wide, 3.4 metres (11 feet) deep, and holds 10 million liters (2.6M gal) of crystalclear salt water. The facility is also equipped with a wave generator capable of producing waves as high as one metre and variable wavelengths. The three movable bridges can tow equipment through the water at speeds up to 6.5 knots to simulate actual towing at sea or deployment in a current. An oil distribution system allows oil to be deposited on the water in front of the equipment being tested.

The facility has the capability to test and evaluate all types of oil spill response technologies including chemical treating agents and dispersants, fire-resistant containment booms, remote sensing and detection instruments, sorbent materials, temporary storage devices, viscous oil pumping units and oil water separators. Recent research projects include development of the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) skimmer test protocol, testing concepts for new products not yet in production, and the development of testing capabilities for dispersants.

Nws Earle Waterfront, Route 36, Building R-26, Leonardo, NJ 07737, USA Phone +1 732-866-7183, fax +1 732-866-7189, www.ohmsett.com

Performance Testing Begins with Ohmsett.

t Ohmsett, testing and R&D opportunities abound! Our unique capabilities and realistic marine environment play an essential role in developing new spill response technology that will be cleaning the world’s water in the future.

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Features & Capabilities: ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖

Full-scale testing, training and research Independent and objective testing with real oil Measurable and repeatable test parameters Chemical treating agents and dispersant testing Mechanical containment and recovery in ice Evaluation of remote sensing systems Test protocol development

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NorLense Nortek B.V./SeaDarQ Nortek USA North Star Shipping - Craig Group Norwegian Oil Spill Controlsociation (NOSCA) Novacavi NPS Corporation NPS Spilfyter NRC Products Supply Division NURC Nymphea Environnement O'Brien & Gere O'Brien's Response Management Ocean Caraibes Ocean Imaging OceanPact OceanSaver OceanTools OHES Environmental OHMSETT See Page 19 Oil and Gas GBR - International Association of Oil & Gas Producers Oil Control Systems Oil Spill Eater International (OSEI) Oil Spill Response Limited Oil Stop Division of AMPOL OilTrap Environmental Oman Petro Environmental Services Company OMI Environmental Solutions OMNI/Ajax OPEC Operational Maritime Engineering Solutions (SIMO) Opflex Solutions OPITO OPTIMARE Systems OSIL (Ocean Scientific International) OSRA International OSUNG Korea OTT Hydrometry Overseas Marine Group Parker Systems Penwell Personal Care Absorbent Products Petrobras Phase III Pigmalion Environmental Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) PKS Group Planet Electronics Polaris Applied Sciencis Prairie Ocean Technologies Preparedness for Oil-polluted Shoreline clean-up and Oiled Wildlife intervention (POSOW) Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Concil (PWSRCAC)

NOR NLD USA GBR NOR ITA USA USA USA ITA FRA USA USA SLB USA BRA NOR GBR GBR USA GBR

www.norlense.no www.nortek-bv.nl/seadarq www.nortekusa.com www.craig-group.com www.nosca.no www.novacavi.it www.npscorp.com www.npscorp.com/spilfyter sep.seacorholdings.com www.nurc.nato.int www.nymphea.fr/en www.obg.com www.obriensrm.com www.oceancaraibes.com www.oceani.com www.oceanpact.com www.oceansaver.com www.oceantools.eu www.ohes.co.uk www.ohmsett.com www.ogp.org.uk

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www.oilcontrolsystems.com www.osei.us www.oilspillresponse.com www.oilstop.com www.oiltrap.com www.omanpesco.com www.omnienvironmental.com www.omni-ajax.com www.opec.co.uk www.simo.cat www.opflex.com www.opito.com www.optimare.de www.osil.co.uk www.osraint.com www.SPILL119.com www.ott.com www.overseasmarinegroup.com www.parkersystemsinc.com www,topsidesevent.com www.nonwoven-us.com www.petrobras.com.br www.phaseiii.com www.pigmalion.ca phmsa.dot.gov

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RAW Group RAW Group is a leading specialist in inland oil spill response and remediation. At RAW, we have been actively developing our international business by combining our own operations, in the UK, Ireland and China, with strategic partnerships so that we now offer an effective service that covers the entire globe. RAW is one of the few companies that can combine in-house response services, technical consulting and experienced expert services with the ability to remediate soil, waters and structures. RAW currently manages over 800 spill incidents each year, and our experience includes the clean-up of the UK’s largest terrestrial oil spill. We have extensive knowledge in spill

response in the insurance, utilities, construction and petroleum industries and our innovative approach includes the development of bespoke investigation and in-situ and ex-situ clean-up technologies including: • State-of-the-art, non-intrusive contamination identification equipment • New techniques for assessment of contaminant distribution and visualisation • Innovative soil and groundwater contamination treatment technologies • Effective technologies for clean-up in difficult-to-access locations • Modified programmes to clean-up contaminated soil and groundwater on rapid timescales.

We are members of the UK Spill Association (UKSpill) and are accredited spill response contractors. The RAW Group provides the following international services: • Inland spill response and containment • Sustainable in-situ and ex-situ remediation technologies with rapid mobilisation of clean-up technologies and equipment • Rapid on-site environmental and human-health monitoring and assessment • Environmental and human-health risk assessment • Expert witness services for international clients.

Regency House, 41-51 Chorley New Road, Bolton, BL1 4QR, UK Phone +44 (0)8451 668 491, e-mail raw.info@raw-group.com, www.raw-group.com

Spill Response & Remediation Specialists ...taking our solution to your problem

Working successfully with clients in the UK, Ireland & across the globe. Why not contact us to see how we can help.

RAW are the leading specialists in inland spill response and remediation, delivering a high quality service to the insurance, utilities, construction, and petroleum industries. Providing expert services and advice across the world.

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Pro-Act Biotech Project Sales Qingdao Dongsheng Qingdao Huachen Industrial Technology Quali Tech Environmental QUALITAS Remos Quantitech RAE Systems Rasmala for Services & Multi Activities co. RAW Group See Page 21 RealityMobile Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) Residue Regency Pad Corp Resolve Marine Group RESON Response Support Limited Rineco Chemical Industries Robin Perry and Associates Rocky Mountain Environmental Rocky Mountain Soil Sampling Romold Rozema Boat Works RTASCo Rutter SAAB Seaeye Sanyo Corp Satlantic Scanex Schlumberger Scope Management Solutions Seals Technologies Seaworthy Shipping Services SEER Associates SEPOR Shell Siddarth Enterprises SINTEF Skimmer Technology SkyTruth SL Ross Environmental Research Smart Light Devices SMIT Society of Petroleum Engineers Solidification Products International Sonardyne International Sorbcontrol Spatial Energy SpecTIR Spilcare Spill Center Spill Control Spill Control Association of America Spill Green SpillCon Solutions

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www.proactbiotech.com spillkitsindia.blogspot.com topsunboat.en.made-in-china.com www.huachenrubber.com www.qualitechco.com www.qualitasremos.com www.quantitech.co.uk www.raesystems.com www.rasmalasd.com www.raw-group.com www.realitymobile.com www.rempec.org

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www.oceanmop.com www.resolvemarine.com www.reson.com response-support.com www.rineco.com www.robinperry.org www.spilldepot.com www.rmsoil.com www.romold.co.uk www.rozemaboatworks.com www.rtasco.com www.rutter.ca www.seaeye.com sanyocorpusa.com www.satlantic.com www.scanex.ru www.slb.com www.link2scope.com www.sealstech.co.uk www.seaworthyshipping.com www.seerassociates.com.au www.sepor.it www.shell.com www.swrap.in www.sintef.no www.oil-skimmer.no www.skytruth.org www.slross.com www.sldltd.com www.smit.com www.spe.org www.oilbarriers.com www.sonardyne.com www.sorbcontrol.com www.spatialenergy.com www.spectir.com www.spilcare.com www.spillcenter.com www.spillcontrolinc.com www.scaa-spill.org www.spillgreen.com www.spillconsolutions.com

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SpillTech Spills happen. We are more aware of that today than we have ever wanted to be. We all care about the environment, we all care about worker safety and we all want to be prepared. Since 1971, SpillTech has been manufacturing and offering distributors high-performance polypropylene sorbent products for industrial maintenance and spill clean-up. By building technology into every product, SpillTech has developed an exclusive line of highperformance sorbents for almost any leak or spill application. In addition, we also market a wide variety of complementary spill control products to help workers establish and maintain clean, safe waters and workplaces.

Our manufacturing operations are based in Mobile, Alabama, USA, where our 160,000-square-foot facility produces sorbent pads and rolls as well as pillows, socks, booms and sweeps. Half of our Mobile facility serves as the primary warehouse that is central to SpillTech’s shipping operations. This fully stocked warehouse is supported by four satellite warehouses across the US to ensure timely delivery. No matter where you are located or shipping to, SpillTech will be right there with you, providing competitive pricing and easy ordering via fax, e-mail or online at www.spilltech.com. For convenience, we offer credit card payment facilities, drop-shipping capabilities, no minimum order restrictions, free

samples, complete marketing support and on-site training. Be prepared with SpillTech. With hundreds of products, a nationwide presence and our friendly and knowledgeable service team, we have the right technology, product lines and sales formula for you.

5440 McGinnis Billage Place, Suite 201, Alpharetta, GA 30005, USA. Phone: +1 800 2283877/ +1 7704753877, fax: +1 7704101812. www.spilltech.com

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Spilltech See Page 23 SRSOC Shanghai Resolve Shengmin OSRO Company SSC (Swedish Space Corporation) See Page 25 Stanwood Boom Works Subsea IP Holdings Sunic Ocean Svitzer Swedish Coast Guard / Kustbevakningen T&T Marine Tech-Lube Wholesale Technical Response Planning Corporation Teknomelt Teknik Mensucat The ARK Enterprises The Nautical Insitute The Response Group TMC Environmental Tongxiang Xiaoying Pollution Control Technology TOTAL Fluides Total Safety TradeFair Group Transocean Transport & Offshore Services (TOS) Trelleborg Offshore US Tritex NDT Troupe7 Consultants TRS-Environmental Turner Designs Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments UK Spill Association UltraTech International. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) United Site Services US Coast Guard USA-Environment Variable Bore Rams (VBR) Verenium Versatech Products VeruTEK Technologies. VideoRay Vikoma International See Page 2, 26 Viraj Clean Sea Enterprises VisionGeo Wastequip Waterford Energy Services WFS Technologies WinTec Protective Systems Woods Hole Oceanographic Insititution (WHOI) Worldocean Consulting Worley Catastrophe Response Xenubis YSI Integrated Systems & Services Ziron Environmental Services.

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www.spilltech.com www.srsoc.com www.sscspace.com www.sboomworks.com www.subseapatents.com www.sunic-ocean.com www.svitzer.com www.kustbevakningen.se www.tandtmarine.com www.tech-lube.com www.emergency-response-planning.com www.teknomelt.com.tr www.arkent.com www.nautinst.org www.responsegroupinc.com tmcenvironmental.com www.oilabsorbspill.com www.totalspecialfluids.com www.totalsafety.com www.tradefairgroup.com www.deepwater.com www.tos.nl www.trelleborg.com/offshore www.tritexndt.com www.troupe7.com www.trs-environmental.com www.turnerdesigns.com www.oilinwatermonitors.com www.ukspill.org www.spillcontainment.com www.unep.org www.unitedsiteservices.com www.uscg.mil www.usaenviro.com www.vbri.com www.verenium.com www.versatech.com www.verutek.com www.videoray.com www.vikoma.com www.virajcse.com www.visiongeo.com www.wastequip.com www.wesi.ca www.wfs-tech.com www.wintecprotectivesystems.com www.whoi.edu worldoceanconsulting.shawwebspace.ca www.worleyco.com www.xenubis.com www.ysisystems.com www.zesinc.com

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SSC Airborne Systems SSC provides specialised competence in space and satellite operations, rocket and balloon systems, launch services, flight test services and maritime surveillance. Its MSS 6000 airborne maritime surveillance system combines highly advanced technology with ease of operation to provide invaluable data. It is optimised for EEZ (Economic Zone Protection), environmental protection/oil pollution, border and fishery control, ship traffic management, search and rescue and ice patrol. It is platform-independent and has been installed on aircraft such as CASA 212, Dornier 228, Dash 8 and the Bombardier 415 amphibian. The MSS 6000 is a state-of-the-art system based on over 30 years of

experience, and more than 80 systems have been sold in 20 countries worldwide. The system is being continually developed to further improve its operational use in line with requirements of customers such as the Finnish Border Guard and Transport Canada. The latest MSS 6000 configuration increases situational awareness and enhances co-operation between crew members by featuring: • Two operator consoles equipped with a highly automated system for controlling the sensors and for presenting, recording and reporting mission information. • Digital data and video recording system

• High-speed satellite data link system • Advanced 360° search radar • Side-looking Airborne Radar (SLAR) • Infrared/ultraviolet (IR/UV) scanner • EO/IR sensor with HD capability and laser illumination for target identification and documentation • Modernised radio direction finder with COSPAS/SARSAT capability • Handheld digital camera and video camera connected to the system for annotation and digital storage of all images • Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponder

P.O Box 4207, 171 04, S-171 94 Solna, Sweden Phone: +46 86276200, Fax +46 8987069, e-mail: airbornesystems@sscspace.com, www.sscspace.com

MSS 6000 THE AIRBORNE MARITIME SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM for a complete overview of your sea surface activities

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Vikoma International Vikoma International Ltd, founded by British Petroleum in 1967 following the Torrey Canyon oil spill, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of oil and chemical pollution control systems. Our market leading position is supported by a highly knowledgeable and experienced engineering design team, together with an in-house manufacturing capability and an extensive global sales network. Vikoma’s history of research and development ensures an unparalleled understanding of the fundamentally important elements of oil containment and recovery. Vikoma is committed to the quality and

reliability of the products it manufactures and of the support and service provided for those products. Vikoma is one of a select few manufacturers of oil spill response equipment in the world to hold the BS EN ISO 9001:2008 certification for sales, design, development, manufacture, installation and commissioning. Th is assures our customers of the consistently high quality of our products and is one of the main reasons why they come back to us year after year. Vikoma’s product portfolio includes a comprehensive range of oil spill containment booms manufactured in quality Neoprene

and Polyurethane for deployment offshore, near shore and inland. Vikoma designs and manufactures the world’s leading range of oil recovery skimmers, the exceptional Komara™ range which has an oil recovery efficiency of >98%. At Vikoma, we are committed to providing first-class support services, from maintenance to training, and we can arrange IMO and tailormade courses to meet individual customer requirements. Our customers include the major oil companies, governments, ports and harbours, and major spill response organisations worldwide.

Kingston Road, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO23 6JS, UK Phone: +44 1983200560, fax: +44 1938200561, e-mail: sales@vikoma.com, www.vikoma.com

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I˟ˎˢ-˜˘˕® 103, 106, 108 Hydrocarbon Spill Remediation Technology

ME-ETS in association with Ivey International is pleased to introduce Ivey-sol® to the international community for rapid remediation times. Ivey-sol® is award winning technology to include the North American Frost & Sullivan Innovative Technology award. Please visit our website for other proven technologies to include IROX® the new leader in remediation solutions. Visit us at www.me-ets.com

Ivey-sol® Award Winning Technology

Ivey-sol® Surfactant Award Winning Technology is comprised of several patented and preparatory nonionic surfactant formulaƟons that have the unique ability to selecƟvely desorb and liberate sorbed petroleum hydrocarbons (LNAPL), chlorinated solvents (DNAPL), The addiƟon of Iveysol ® to the hydrocarbon spill area can aid in the controlled de-sorpƟon of the contaminants making them more ‘available’ for treatment and clean-up.

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Ivey-sol® makes the contaminants more miscible in the aqueous phase allowing for their improved mass recovery and/or improved treatment by many other remediaƟon techniques. Ivey-sol® can be used for cleaning gasoline, diesel and bunker fuel spills through direct applicaƟon to the spill site.

Market ApplicaƟons (SpeciĮc): Air, Soil and Water RemediaƟon, Oil Recovery (Oil Sands), Tank Cleaning, BioremediaƟon (In-situ and Exsitu), Waste Water Treatment, Pump and Treatment, Improving Chemical OxidaƟon, Oī-shore Spill Dispersant, Shoreline Clean-up, Vapour Suppression, Soil Washing, Degreaser, Biodegradable Solvent/ Cleaner, etc. Ivey-sol® technology: NON-HAZARDOUS NON-TOXIC NON-IRRITATING PHOSPHATE FREE NON-CORROSIVE BIODEGRADABLE

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SOIL WASHING SYSTEM Ivey-sol® technology: Remediation Times

Ivey-sol® solutions can perform remediation of contaminated soils in up to 18 months. Our competitors are still using bacteria to treat hydrocarbon spill sites causing the client to expend valuable money, time and incomplete

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