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In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop proceedings

In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop (1994 Orlando, Florida)

In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop proceedings

Orlando, Florida, January 26-28, 1994

by In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop (1994 Orlando, Florida)

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, For sale by Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Gaithersburg, MD, Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil spills -- Management -- Congresses,
  • Oil spills -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses,
  • Oil pollution of the sea -- Congresses,
  • Petroleum -- Combustion -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses,
  • Offshore oil industry -- Accidents -- Management -- Congresses,
  • Offshore oil industry -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses,
  • Fire -- Research -- Congresses,
  • Water -- Pollution -- Management -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNora H. Jason, editor ; sponsored by U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service.
    SeriesNIST special publication ;, 867
    ContributionsJason, Nora H., United States. Minerals Management Service.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC100 .U57 no. 867
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 103 p. :
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL851442M
    LC Control Number95131639
    OCLC/WorldCa31394916

    Large-scale experiments of n-heptane and gasoline continuous spill fires were conducted in an open area to study the spread and burning behavior of continuous liquid fuel spill fires on fuel was ignited immediately after being released from an oil tank. Flame features and radiation flux were investigated with different discharge rates. Yvonne Najah Addassi, Michael Sowby, Heather Parker-Hall, and Bill Robberson () ESTABLISHMENT OF DISPERSANT USE ZONES IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA: A CONSENSUS APPROACH FOR MARINE WATERS 3– NAUTICAL MILES FROM ational Oil Spill Conference Proceedings: May , Vol. , No. 1, pp.


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In Situ Burning of Oil Spills Workshop Proceedings New Orleans, Louisiana, NovemberWilliam D. Walton and Nora H. Jason, Editors Building and Fire Research Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD February Sponsored by: U.S.

Department of Commerce U.S. Department of the Interior. NISTSpecialPublication InSituBurningOilSpillWorkshopProceedings Orlando,Florida,January, ,Editor BuildingandFireResearchLaboratory. Get this from a library. In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop proceedings: Orlando, Florida, January[Nora H Jason; United States.

Minerals Management Service.;]. In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop ( New Orleans, La.). In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop proceedings (OCoLC) Online version: In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop ( New Orleans, La.).

In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop proceedings. In-situ burning of spilled oil, which receives considerable attention in marine conditions, could be an effective way to cleanup wetland oil spills.

An experimental in-situ burn was conducted to study the effects of oil type, marsh type, and water depth on oil chemistry and oil removal efficiency from the water surface and sediment.

In-situ burning decreased the total targeted alkanes and Cited by:   In Situ Burning of Oil Spill Workshop, Proceedings, National Institute of Standards and Technology and Minerals Management Service. January, Orlando, FL, NIST SP ; U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC ().

In situ burning is an oil spill response technique or tool that involves the controlled ignition and burning of the oil at or near the spill site on the surface of the water or in a marsh (see Lindau et al., this volume).Although controversial, burning has been shown on several recent occasions to be an appropriate oil spill countermeasure.

When used early in a spill before the oil weathers. An Arctic oil spill can interact with ice in many different ways and as a result many different methods of spill response may be necessary. In situ burning (ISB) has been found to be an effective.

A key innovative feature is emphasis on the promotion of public/private partnership for effective oil spill response making use of existing industry expertise and resources. Proceedings of the National Workshop DAY 1 Wednesday, 13 August National workshop on Dispersants and in-situ Burning.

In Situ Burning: When conducted properly, in situ burning significantly reduces the amount of oil on the water and minimizes the adverse effect of oil on the environment. SMART: Special Monitoring of Applied Response Technologies (SMART) is a cooperatively designed monitoring program for in situ burning and dispersants.

Response Techniques Photo Gallery: View photographs of a. In-situ burning is one of the few practical options for removing oil spilled in ice-covered waters.

In many instances in-situ burning, combined with surveillance and monitoring, may be the only response possible. As with all countermeasures in any environment, the suitability of burning In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop proceedings book particular spill depends on the characteristics of the spilled oil and how the oil behaves in the.

International experts in the field of oil spill response, including reprsentatives from 26 NATO countries, participated in a workshop in Canada to discuss their experience in the development and application of current and emerging technologies for oil spill response in the marine environment.

An experimental in-situ burn was conducted to study the effects of oil type, marsh type, and water depth on oil chemistry and oil removal efficiency from the water surface and sediment. In-situ. A decision was made in during the design engineering phase to utilize in-situ burning as the primary means of response in the event of a major oil spill.

During April the first ever demonstration of in-situ burning was conducted in Shekou, Sheizhen, People`s Republic of China by Phillips Petroleum International Corporation Asia.

B., "In Situ Burning of Oil Spills," Journal of Research National Institute Standards and Technology, VolNo. 1, pp, [Evans_01] Jason, N. H., In Situ Burning Oil Spill Workshop Proceedings, NIST SPProceedings, National Institute of Standards and Technology and Minerals.

In-situ burning is recognized as a viable alternative for cleaning up oil spills on land and water. It can rapidly reduce the volume of spilled oil and eliminate the need to collect, store, transport, and dispose of recovered oil, and can also shorten the response time to a spill, thus reducing the chances that the spill will spread on the water surface or further into land.

In-situ burning of oiled wetlands potentially provides a cleanup technique that is generally consistent with present wetland management procedures. The effects of water depth (+10, +2, and −2 cm), oil type (crude and diesel), and oil penetration of sediment before the burn on the relationship between vegetation recovery and soil temperature for three coastal marsh types were investigated.

‎International experts in the field of oil spill response, including reprsentatives from 26 NATO countries, participated in a workshop in Canada to discuss their experience in the development and application of current and emerging technologies for oil spill response in the marine environment.

These. Microbial degradation is a principal process in the elimination of petroleum pollutants from the environment (Cerniglia ; Zobell ). In consideration of this fact, numerous strategies have been proposed and developed over the last 20 years to accelerate natural oil biodegradation rates.

With the reported success of bioremediation operations on the beaches of Alaska after the Exxon. Fingas, M. and N. Laroche. Introduction to In-Situ Burning of Oil Spills, Emergencies Science Division, Environment Canada, Proceedings of In Situ Burning Workshop, May, Sacramento, California.

Proceedings of the Alaska Arctic Offshore Oil Spill Response Technology Workshop, November 29 - December 1,Anchorage Alaska. Allen, A. Contained controlled burning of spilled oil during the Exxon Valdez oil spill. In Proceedings of the Thirteenth Arctic and Marine Oil Spill Program Technical Seminar, JuneEdmonton, Alta., pp.

Allen, A. In-situ burning of oil spills. May 1, Seattle, WA: Region X Regional Response Team. 23 pp. Two successful oil spill research projects in the Canadian Beaufort Sea (NorcorDickins and Buist ) contributed to in situ burning becoming accepted as a primary Arctic response strategy to deal with spills in ice (Fig.

Figure 4 Mechanical recovery is a practical and effective strategy in solid, fast ice (Allen and Nelson. Assessment of Oil Spill Response Capabilities: A Proposed International Guide for Oil Spill Response Planning and Readiness Assessments.

An IOSC Workshop Report. Prepared for the. International Oil Spill Conference. PRINCIPAL AUTHORS. Elliott Taylor. Polaris Applied Sciences. Winslow Way East, Suite Bainbridge Island, WA. Terrestrial oil spills have severe and continuing consequences for human communities and the natural environment.

Sorbent materials are considered to be a first line of defense method for directly extracting oil from spills and preventing further contaminant spread, but little is known on the performance of sorbent products in terrestrial environments. An oil spill is the release of a liquid petroleum hydrocarbon into the environment, especially the marine ecosystem, due to human activity, and is a form of term is usually given to marine oil spills, where oil is released into the ocean or coastal waters, but spills may also occur on spills may be due to releases of crude oil from tankers, offshore platforms, drilling.

Oil Spills: Why Do They Happen and How Often. Response to Oil Spills Types of Oil and their Properties Behaviour of Oil in the Environment Detection, Analysis, and Remote Sensing of Oil Spills Containment on Water Oil Recovery on Water Separation and Disposal Spill-treating Agents In-situ Burning Shoreline Cleanup and Restoration Oil Spills on Land Effects of Oil Spills on the Environment.

Read Volume Issue 1 of International Oil Spill Conference Proceedings. This report summarizes the proceedings of a planning workshop on the subject of an experimental oil spill in pack ice.

The workshop was co-sponsored by the U.S. Minerals Management Service (MMS) and the Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), and was held on November 1 and 2, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

The. International experts in the field of oil spill response, including reprsentatives from 26 NATO countries, participated in a workshop in Canada to discuss their experience in the development and application of current and emerging technologies for oil spill response in the marine environment.

These. International experts in the field of oil spill response, including reprsentatives from 26 NATO countries, participated in a workshop in Canada to discuss their experience in the development and application of current and emerging technologies for oil spill response in the marine : $ The total amount of BC introduced to the atmosphere of the Gulf of Mexico via surface burning of oil during the 9‐week spill is estimated to be ( ± ) × 10 6 kg.

The median mass diameter of BC particles observed in the burning plume was much larger than that of the non‐plume Gulf background air and previously sampled from a variety. Field research on using oil herding surfactants to thicken oil slicks in pack ice for in-situ burning. in Proceedings of the 30th Arctic and Marine Oilspill Program (AMOP) Technical Seminar, Volume 1, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

International experts in the field of oil spill response, including reprsentatives from 26 NATO countries, participated in a workshop in Canada to discuss their experience in the development and application of current and emerging technologies for oil spill response in the marine environment.

In: Proceedings of Oil Spill Conference, American Petroleum Institute, Washington, DC. p Bartha R. Biotechnology of petroleum pollutant biodegradation. Microb Ecol M.

Fingas, In situ burning of oil spills: A historical perspective. In Situ Burning of Oil Spills Workshop Proceedings, 2 to 4 November,New Orleans, LA (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD), NIST Special Publication55–65 ().

reporting of real-time, scientifically based information during oil spills at sea. It is deployed to assist the Unified Command with decision-making for in-situ burning or dispersant operations. The SMART document recommends monitoring methods, equipment. During oil spill responses, arguments about response strategies are common and can slow decision-making.

Two response options—chemical dispersants and in situ burning—are especially contentious. When decisions can't be made quickly enough, "windows of opportunity" can close for some response options (e.g., the oil emulsifies and can't be skimmed or burned, the sea state changes so.

A workshop was organized by BP in conjunction with MES in June in order to share recent international experiences, particularly with respect to dispersants (including subsea use) and in-situ burning.

Furthermore, the OSCE Office in Baku provided technical assistance to the State Oil Company (SOCAR) for the development of its corporate. But it wasn't until the advent of fireproof booms in the mids and a major "spill of opportunity"- the March Exxon Valdez accident -- that in situ (on-site) burning got a real sea trial.

Early on the second evening following the Valdez spill, two hired fishing boats began towing a foot boom through scattered slicks of oil. Register for the International Oil Spill Conference.

Read More. Prevention. The oil and natural gas industry is committed to meeting the nation's energy needs while maintaining safe and environmentally sound operations. Read More. Preparedness. In partnership with governments and communities, industry members dedicate significant time and.

The oil spill risk analysis (OSRA) model is a tool used by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to evaluate oil spill risks to biological, physical, and socioeconomic resources that could be exposed to oil spill contact from oil and gas leasing, exploration, or development on the U.S.

Outer Continental Shelf (OCS).containment, recovery, in situ burning, dispersants, oil waste management, shoreline spill response and case histories. Conduct a planning workshop for an experimental oil spill in pack ice offshore Canada.Workshop Proceedings, National Institute of Standards and Technology Special PublicationApril Summary.

The burning of oil in place (in situ) on water is a viable means of mitigating the impact of marine oil spills. This paper defines three phases of decision-making, prioritizes the key issues of each phase, and proposes a process for analyzing the issues when considering controlled in-situ burning as an early response option in both icy and warm conditions.