Standardization as a tool for prevention of oil spills in the Arctic: Summary Report, and Full Report
Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR)
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SubjectEPPR; SAO meeting; Agenda Item 3.3.5b; Agenda Item 3.3.5a; Oil Spill; Oil Pollution; Standardization
The primary focus on the topic of standards was in describing how a new standard is developed and who participates in the process, when and how they are updated, which organizations and industries work to maintain and adopt the standards, and how regulators use standards.
The work relates to offshore petroleum and maritime activities. Petroleum activities (oil and gas) include exploration; drilling and production; subsea and topside installations; internal and external transportation pipelines, and offshore storage and offloading facilities. Drilling or stationary petroleum activities performd by mobile offshore drilling units (MODUs) are included in petroleum activities.
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