Final Report; Standardization as a Tool for Prevention of Oil Spills in the Arctic
Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR)
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The report on "Standards for the Prevention of Oil Spills from Offshore Oil and Maritime Industry in the Arctic" has been prepared for the Arctic Council - Emergency, Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR) Working Group as a response to the Task Force on Pollution Prevention (TFOPP) Framework Plan recommendation "Promotion of standardization activities".
The purpose of the work is to describe how necessary engineering and technical standards are identified, developed, established, and maintained. The work relates to offshore petroleum and maritime activities, including exploration; drilling and production; subsea and topside installations; internal and external transportation pipelines, and offshore storage and offloading facilities.
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