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Vol. 12, No. 41 Week of October 14, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Improving the mouse trap

MMS requires capability to respond to an oil spill; research is finding improved ways to trap and remove oil from the Arctic offshore

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

While continuing research is improving the efficiency of cleanup techniques for oil spilled in ice-laden water, existing techniques for oil spill response in Arctic offshore waters have been proven to be effective, Jeff Walker, U.S. Minerals Management Service regulatory supervisor, field operations....

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Mechanical recovery

New skimming technologies

In-situ burning

Ground-penetrating radar


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