NRC initiates North Sea oil spill response service

The equipment is dedicated to offshore oil spill response operations in the North Sea and includes a fire boom, current buster, scan trawl, and speed sweep systems.
The equipment is dedicated to offshore oil spill response operations in the North Sea and includes a fire boom, current buster, scan trawl, and speed sweep systems. (Photo courtesy Sureclean)

Offshore staff

OLDMELDRUM, UK – NRC has started a new oil spill response equipment assistance service for the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) in Oldmeldrum, near Aberdeen.

The company’s subsidiary Sureclean will be responsible for maintaining and storing EMSA’s equipment and ensuring its readiness for mobilization should an emergency occur.

Primarily, the equipment is dedicated to offshore oil spill response operations in the North Sea and includes a fire boom, current buster, scan trawl, and speed sweep systems.

NRC will manage operations from its international oil spill hub in Oldmeldrum, which provides technical and emergency response support to the company’s clients/operations worldwide.

08/26/2016

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