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Interspill Call for Papers Mailer

Industry, Government, Academia and other stakeholders continue to strive for excellence in spill preparedness and response, in the context of a prolonged downturn in oil prices which have precipitated close scrutiny of all costs, no matter how important the activities may be. Interspill 2018 will be the forum to showcase the wide range of leading-edge initiatives which are improving global readiness and demonstrate why oil spill preparedness and response remains relevant to its multiple stakeholders and adding true value to those investing in it.. Read full story

INTERSPILL 2018 - Preliminary Programme and Call for Papers

The Interspill Committee announces the preliminary programme together with the
Call for Papers, for Interspill 2018 and invites authors to submit abstracts.The closing date for submission of abstracts is 30 July 2017.. Read full story

PRESS RELEASE – 10 March 2017

UPDATE - INTERSPILL 2018, the European oil spill conference and exhibition will take place over 13-15 March 2018, at ExCel, London

The Interspill Committee decided to continue with a successful formula, working with our partner Reed Exhibitions. As in 2012, the 2018 event will be co-located with Oceanology International.. Read full story

The Interspill Committee

Interspill is owned and organised by the three founders, UK Spill Association (UKSpill), the Norwegian Oil Spill Control Association (NOSCA), the Syndicat National Des Constructeurs D’Equipements De Lutte Contre La Pollution Des Eaux (SYCOPOL), all representing the European Spill industry, and a group representing related interests. IPIECA, representing the environmental and conservation interests of the international petroleum industry, the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), recognising its tasks concerning marine pollution preparedness and response in Europe. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), recognising its global role concerning maritime pollution prevention and preparedness. The International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds (IOPC Funds), recognising its role concerning compensation for oil pollution damage, the International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF), recognising its role in preparedness and response for ship source pollution.

The Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution (CEDRE) recognising its role concerning pollution, and Oil Spill Response Ltd., (OSRL) recognising its role as a major oil spill preparedness and response industry cooperative.