Industry, Government, National, International Authorities and Academia strive for excellence and continual improvement in spill preparedness and response in the context of unstable oil prices and evolving energy mix with many emergent fuel technologies as regulators and manufacturers drive to reduce emissions.
Vessels are increasing in size and becoming more automated in operation; the oceans are increasingly busy, but their health is declining and pollutants including debris and plastic threaten the diversity within and on which we rely. Oil production is increasingly focused on mature basins, often with ageing infrastructure which poses an oi spill risk, meanwhile corporate rationalisation has recently seen a lot of internal oil spill resource and corporate knowledge retire from corporations.
Against this backdrop, the Conference at Interspill 2022 will be a face-to-face forum to discuss these issues and showcase innovative solutions which will improve global readiness and demonstrate why spill preparedness remains highly relevant and adds true value to all who invest in it and use the oceans for commerce.
The conference will hear papers delivered by academics, industry practitioners, manufacturers and innovators along the following streams: