In October 2012, the Norwegian Coastal Administration hosted an e-navigation workshop on Information Exchange and Communication in Polar and Remote Regions. Presentations from the workshop can be downloaded here.
Operational and communication challenges in the Arctic and Antarctic regions by Jon Leon Ervik, Norwegian Coastal Administration
Operational and communication challenges, An Antarctic perspective by Mahesh Alimchandani, Australian Maritime Safety Agency
Will recommend oil protection equipment and methods for new low-sulphur fuel types
The Norwegian Coastal Administration will over the next two years work with partners in Sweden, Denmark, France, Belgium and Malta to find what responses will work best in the event of an oil spill of low sulphur fuel.
Contact information for transition of sector lights to IALA Standard
Below you will find contact information to persons who can answer questions on the transition of sector lights to IALA standards.
40 Years Since the Bravo Blow Out – what has been done since then?
Many people remember the uncontrolled blow out at the “Bravo” platform in the North Sea in 1977. Some people also remember the hero of the moment, Red Adair, flown in to stop the spill. For those of us who work with emergency preparedness for oil recovery operations, the Bravo accident marks the beginning of the strengthening and development of Norwegian emergency preparedness for oil recovery operations.
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