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NOSCA Seminar 2019 - preliminary program

Published: 08/28/2019 Updated: 08/28/2019

The NOSCA Seminar 2019 program is now ready.
For registration please do so at www.nosca.no or send our admin an email at inken@nosca.no

 

 

NOSCA Seminar 2019 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Monday, Oct 14th 

Arrival at Trondheim airport 16.00 Bus to Frøya

19.00 Check in at Hjorten Hotel Hitra 20.00 Welcome Evening: Unformal Dinner

Tuesday, Oct 15th 

Conference Day at Hjorten Hotel

09.00 Official opening of the NOSCA seminar Introduction of the seminar program and participants Christian Testman, NOSCA chairman 

Conference Part I

09.30 – 10.30 Tomorrow’s oil spill response solutions «Experiences after Helge Ingstad» and «Preparedness for the future» by Steinar Lodve Gyltnes, Norwegian Coastal Administration.

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break 11.00 – 11.45 Integrated solutions for combating oil spill response

11.45 – 12.30 Oil spill response strategies, scaling response from smaller spills to large spills and back

12.30 – 12.45 Summing up, Q & A

12.45 – 14.00 Lunch 

14.00 Visit of NOFO`s in-field depot

19.00 Dinner at «Ansnes Brygger»

Wednesday, Oct 16th 

Exercise Day - on board «Trondheimsfjord 1»

08.00 Departure from Sistranda (hotel area) (take your luggage with you as we will not return to the hotel)

Observation of NOFO exercise «Frohavet».

NOFO will exercise its resources according to the following scenario: 

Deepsea Bergen drills exploration well 35 / 10-4 Stålull. The well is located in the North Sea, west of the Fram field, and the distance to the nearest land, Utvær in Solund municipality in Sogn and Fjordane, is 67 km. During drilling of the 81/2 '' reservoir section, an incident occurs which results in a continuous blowout at the seafloor with huge emissions. The oil drifts northwards with the coastal current and is expected to reach the shoreline at Frøya and Froan area. The rig has pulled off the wellhead. No persons are injured. The wellhead was damaged during the incident and capping is not applicable. A temporary hazard area is set up, with a radius of 3 nm from the emission point (61 ° 08'56''N, 003 ° 17'05''Ø). 

The CAA establishes a safe flight zone of 10,000 feet above the hazard zone.

NOSCA delegates will come in with an observation vessel to observe the exercise where the oil gets close to shore.

The aim is to stop the oil before it hits the shoreline with numerus islands and wildlife areas.

15.00 Return to Trondheim by boat 18.00 Check in at Hotel Augustin, Trondheim

19.00 Dinner at Hotel Augustin

Thursday, Oct 17th 

Conference Day - at Hotel Augustin 

Conference Part II

08.30 – 10.00 Utilizing existing resources in a cost-efficient way

10.00 – 10.30 Coffee break

10.30 – 12.00 Standardization in Oil Spill Response across the boarders «Coastal Emergency preparedness and Vår Energi`s experiences» by Ulf Klevstad, Vår Energi 

«Standardization of Oil Spill Preparedness needed?» by Kristin Rist Sørheim, Sintef Ocean and Hans-Petter Dahlslett, DNV GL. 

12.00 – 12.15 Summing up, Q & A

12.15 – 13.30 Lunch

14.00 – 16.00 Mini exhibition: visit NOSCA members at their stands Light snacks available

19.00 Farewell Dinner

Friday, Oct 18th 

Event Day
 

This day can be booked additionally at www.nosca.no.