Oil Pollution in Ice Covered Waters (eBook)

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August 2010

Oil Pollution in Ice Covered Waters (eBook)

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This publication is a guide to oil pollution and oil spill response in ice covered waters. 

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This guide to oil pollution and oil spill response focuses on ice covered waters. Topics covered include:

 

  • Arctic incidents and overall spill trends from vessels
  • spill scenarios
  • response options
  • international agreements and regulations.
1.1 Introduction and Overview
1.2 Incidents and Accidents in Ice-covered Waters
1.3 Spill Scenarios
1.4 Oil in Ice Behaviour
1.5 Detection and Spill Surveillance
1.6 Oil Recovery and Removal
1.7 International Agreements and Regulations
1.8 Some Useful Resources
1.9 Selected References: Arctic Oil Spills

This chapter covers a number of oil spill response topics relevant to mariners trading in ice-covered waters:

 

  • • Arctic incidents and overall spill trends from vessels
  • • Spill scenarios incorporating:
    • ‣  Spill sources
    • ‣  Oil types and properties
    • ‣ Ice conditions
  • • Response options
  • • International agreements and regulations incorporating:
    • ‣ Environmental guidelines and codes
    • ‣ Liabilities and conventions
  • • Selected information resources and links

 

The discussion focuses on the accidental release of oil and/ or toxic chemicals into the Arctic marine environment as a result of a shipping incident. Chronic or routine operational discharges such as stack emissions, stern tube leakage, grey water, sewage and garbage are mentioned only in terms of their regulation and enforcement by different international and national agreements (See Section 1.7). The intent of this Chapter is to provide the necessary background information and links to other resources that a ship’s crew can use to:

 

1. appreciate the need to enforce continuous spill prevention practices at the highest level

 

2. plan for the worst-case incident with informed decision making

 

3. exercise emergency bridge management systems that reflect an understanding of the likely behaviour of oil spilled under different circumstances and take into account the range of response activities that could be brought into the region by outside agencies. A number of these activities such as dispersant application and burning could involve moving the vessel under its own power or under tow to a safe location removed from the main spill.

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David Dickins

David Dickins (P.Eng.) has a broad range of Arctic offshore experience gained through 38 years of projects focusing on offshore oil exploration and development and the marine transportation of oil in Arctic waters. David is an expert in Arctic environmental studies, remote sensing, shipping routes in ice, oil spills, sea ice conditions and air cushion vehicles and has contributed to conference papers and journal articles on Arctic environmental and transportation issues.

Title: Oil Pollution in Ice Covered Waters (eBook)
Product Code: WS1266EA
Published Date: August 2010
Author: David Dickins

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