This session will focus on case studies from a number of rail and pipeline responses stretching from Washington, North Dakota, Mississippi, and Georgia. The ensuing discussion will allow for the audience to walk away with lessons learned from actual responses.
This session will provide perspectives and considerations to spill contingency planning for inland areas. The session will explore the probability of spills from rail and pipeline, how trajectories are modeled, and approaches to developing protection strategies.
OSRO response activities on inland waters face different challenges than do open water responses. This session will start with the theory of response activities and move through actual response challenges.
This session features a diverse group of speakers that will focus on the modeling, monitoring, exposure, and personnel safety best practices in the inland environment. Potential risks and appropriate emergency plans will be addressed.
* - This speaker has been invited to speak at CLEAN GULF 2017, but is not yet confirmed.