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Vol. 19, No. 9 Week of March 02, 2014
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Investigating the fate of oil under ice

Arctic oil spill JIP researches model for assessing conditions for successful mechanical recovery or dispersion of spilled oil

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

As part of a series of reports on Arctic oil spill response technologies, the Arctic Oil Spill Technology Joint Industry Program, or JIP, has published a new report on the state of current knowledge about what may happen to spilled oil that becomes trapped under sea ice. The fate of oil under or in....

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Two-phase study

Droplet size and water turbulence

Many types of ice

Model possibility

USGS develops model for oil ball tracking


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