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Track 4: Emerging Trends


4A: Latin America and Caribbean Efforts, and Lessons Learned

Tuesday, December 05 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM
Room: 351 F
This session will highlight oil spill response planning and preparedness efforts, regional coordination, experiences gained and lessons learned in the Latin America and Caribbean region.
Chair:
David R. Pertuz, Sr. Emergency Response Specialist, Shell Exploration & Production Company
Speakers: Belize - Best Practices in National Oil Spill Contingency Planning for Belize
Abstract
Elliott Taylor, Principal & Sr. Scientist, Polaris Applied Sciences
  Colombia - Offshore Spill Response Preparedness Efforts
Abstract
David Pertuz, Sr. Emergency Response Specialist, Shell Exploration & Production Company
  Regional Response Experience – Oil Spill Response Challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean
Abstract
Paul Schuler, Director, External Affairs, Oil Spill Response Limited
Co-Author(s):
Charles Wilson, Chief Scientific Officer, Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI)
  Regional Coordination Efforts - Offshore Oil Spill Contingency Planning and Preparedness Efforts for the Wider Caribbean Region
Abstract
CDR Keith Donohue, Senior Consultant for the International Maritime Organization, RAC/REMPEITC Caribe, U. S. Coast Guard
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4B: Mexico Spill Response Preparedness Efforts and Lessons Learned

Wednesday, December 06 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM
Room: 351 F
This session will present spill response preparedness and lessons learned from industry, operators and OSROs in the ongoing shallow water and deep water exploration operations in Mexico.
Chair:
David R. Pertuz (on behalf of the Mexican Association of Oil Companies (AMEXHI), Sr. Emergency Response Specialist, Shell Exploration & Production Company
Speakers: Shallow Water Operations Spill Response Preparedness Lessons Learned
Abstract
Jonathan Lindsey, Drilling Superintendant, Talos Energy LLC
  Mexico Energy Reform Update and industry Spill Response Preparedness Efforts
Abstract
David R. Pertuz (on behalf of the Mexican Association of Oil Companies (AMEXHI), Sr. Emergency Response Specialist, Shell Exploration & Production Company
  Oil Spill Response Preparedness in Mexico – an OSRO Perspective
Abstract
Deborah Wick, Director of Client Services, National Response Corporation (NRC)
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4C: Cool New Technologies for Oil Spill Response

Wednesday, December 06 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Room: 351 F
The Oil Spill Response community is always searching for new/or modernized technologies to improve spill response. This session will focus on several innovations that have occurred which allow for the real-time tracking of spilled oil, improve the mechanical recovery of oil, and assist with more accurately surveying shoreline impacts.
Chair:
Niell Irvin, Worldwide Emergency/Security Manager, Marathon Oil Corporation
Speakers: Enhanced Seakeeping of Clean Gulf Associate's 95' Fast Response Vessel-Using Gyrostabilizer Technology
Abstract
James Hanzalik, Vice President, Clean Gulf Associates
  Collaborative Satellite Monitoring on the Norwegian Shelf
Abstract
Andreas Hay Kaljord, ., KSAT - Kongsberg Satellite Services
Co-Author(s):
Paul Whitaker, Director of Strategy and Partnerships, KSAT - Kongsberg Satellite Services
  The Benefits of iPad technology for Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Techniques (SCAT)
Abstract
Troy Bernal, Vice President, GHD Services
Co-Author(s):
Kristen Bell, Environmental Scientist, GHD Services
  Maritime Environmental Monitoring with Remote Sensing
Abstract
Christopher Wackerman, Senior Research Manager, MDA Information Systems
Co-Author(s):
Kurt Kleichman, MDA Information Systems
Richard Paxman, MDA Information Systems
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4D: Evolutionary Trends in Preparedness

Wednesday, December 06 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM
Room: 351 F
This session was created to address the emerging and changing industry perspectives on prevention and response related activities during uncertain times. The speakers will discuss how regulatory and market changes impact readiness and preparedness.
Chair:
Steven Buschang, Director of Research and Development State Scientific Support Coordinator, Texas General Land Office
Speakers: Making the Most of your Exercises in an Austere Budget Environment
Abstract
Joseph Leonard Jr., MEP, PCP, CEM, CHS-V (CDR USCG, retired), Principal Consultant, Penta Consortium, LLC
  Corporate Culture Management System and the Role it Plays in Prevention
Abstract
Kim Estes, Principal, Estes Group
  Regulatory Planning Hurdles Post Market Downturn
Abstract
John K. Carroll, Associate Managing Director - Compliance Services, Witt O'Brien's
  Preparedness and Response Posture During a Downturn: An Industry Perspective
Abstract
Neil Irvin, Security and Emergency Preparedness Manager, Marathon Oil Corporation
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