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Vol. 23, No.8 Week of February 25, 2018
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


New ideas for dealing with oil spills

Improved efficiency of in-situ burning, the use of forward looking infrared and the use of sniffer dogs to locate oil can all help

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

The world of oil spill response is an evolving phenomenon, with people continuing to think up ingenious new ways of finding and dealing with renegade hydrocarbons. On Feb. 12 attendees at the Alaska Forum on the Environment heard about three developments, each with the potential to improve response....

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Burn efficiency

Flame refluxer

Offshore burns

Infrared oil detection


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