OSRL opens new Singapore emergency response site

Offshore staff

SINGAPOREOil Spill Response Ltd. has opened a new base with enhanced response capabilities at Loyang in Singapore.

A subsea well capping stack which can be mobilized throughout the Asia/Pacific region in the event of a subsea well control incident is now part of the available equipment, bringing OSRL’s number of stacks to four.

The facility also expands to 9,500 sq m (102,257 sq ft) with storage for response equipment, dispersant, and emergency operations center, training facility, and offices for 100 staff.


Oil Spill Response Ltd subsea well capping stack

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