February 2014, Vol. 241 No. 2

Projects

Industry Associations Asks Help With Oil Spill Surveillance

The global oil and gas industry needs better ways to plan for oil spill surveillance, and it’s looking to the airborne remote sensing and commercial satellite industries for help. The International Association of Oil and Gas Producers and the International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association have commissioned an oil spill response project to identify gaps in its airborne remote sensing and commercial satellite capabilities. To support the efforts, the project is asking airborne sensor and platform providers to complete respective surveys on products they sell for oil spill response. The survey has two conditions: • Any sensors and platforms tha

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