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Technology Advances Support Emergency Responses in Extreme Environments

July 22, 2014

Technology Advances Support Emergency Responses in Extreme Environments

Building an operative offshore emergency response capability for oil and gas operations requires the right combination of tools to ensure effective decisions are made during the critical first 24-48 hours of an event.  By Paul Kennedy, MDA Geospatial  Services Inc. (www.mdacorporation.com), Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.   Since the 2010 Macondo incident in the Gulf of