Program

April 7th 2011

PART ONE; STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPMENT 0900 - 1200
Time Subject Focus Presenter
0800-0900 Registration
0900-0915 Opening remarks Improvements through knowledge based development. SINTEF, President Unni Steinsmo
0915-1045 Oil spill contingency in new areas Political basis for development and improvements Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries and coastal affairs, Secretary of state Hans Kristian Amundsen
0945-1000 Short break
1000-1030 Technology development Innovation through systematic and interdisciplinary approach SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Executive Vice President Torstein Haarberg
1030-1115 Development trends in private oil spill contingency Status, needs and strategies for further improvements Norwegian Clean Seas Association for Operating Companies. Hans W Jensen and Jørn Harald Andersen
1115-1130 Information Stein Erik Sørstrøm, SINTEF
1145-1300 Lunch
PART TWO; RECENT EXPERIENCES 1300 - 1600
1300-1400 Deep Water Horizon Experiences 10 months after the Deep Water Horizon Science Manager for BP's Gulf Coast Restoration Organisation Dr. Arden Ahnell
1400-1430 Full City and Godafoss - experiences from coastal operations in Norway 2 years after the Full City accident; What could have been done better and what kind of oil spill technology would have helped in the situation, knowing what we know today? Norwegian Coastal Administration. Section manager Rune Bergstrøm 
1430-1500 Coffee break
1500-1530 Shipping Incidents - Trends, Issues and R&D needs History has a tendency to repeat itself. Knowing this means that we should be able to learn from the past and identify what improvements can be made Technical Adviser Dr Henk Renken International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF)
1530-1600 Oil in ice covered and Arctic waters Challenges and development needs when we are Going North Dr. Amy MacFadyen, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, USA (NOAA)
PART THREE; PANEL DISCUSSION AND CONCLUDING REMARKS FROM DAY ONE
1600-1700 When an oil spill has happened; what will be the best solutions for the future? Recommendations on where the industry and the R&D community should put their efforts to develop the spill response for the future
PART FOUR;  POSTER SESSION
1700-1900 Scientists from SINTEF will be available for questions and comments
1900 - Seminar dinner

 

April 8th 2011

PART FIVE; TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT – FUTURE RESPONSE
Time Subject Focus Presenter
0915 - 0945 Operations in Alaska  Arctic Slope Regional Corporation was established in 1971 with corporate headquarters in Barrow, Alaska. ASRC Energy Services performs an array of services for some of the world’s largest oil and gas companies. Joseph LoSciuto, General Manager | Response Operations ASRC Energy Services
0945-1000 Coffee break
1000-1040 Trends in technology development based on experience from coastal clean up Current development trends related to coastal accidents and clean up operations Chantall Guenette, Canadian Coast Guard
1040-1110 Oil Spill Decisions A review of the various response options available to responders. Bernie Bennett. Former Chairman of the IPIECA oil spill working group, and a founder of OSRL
1110 -1140 International collaboration within oil spill response R&D – publicly supported initiatives and possibilities  The presentation will give an overview of currently supported projects and initiatives, and outline possibilities for international R&D collaboration given the current strategies and programs within the Research Council of Norway.    Tarjei Nødtvedt Malme, The Norwegian Research Council
1140-1220 Summary and concluding remarks Research Director Tore Aunaas, SINTEF Marine Environmental Technology
1300 Lunch

Contact:
Stein Erik Sørstrøm, Senior Business Developer, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Stein.E.Sorstrom@SINTEF.NO Phone; +47 99536050

Published October 25, 2010