The Wildlife Center of Texas is an Association Partner for the CLEAN GULF Conference & Exhibition!

A full and robust initial conference agenda has been put together for the 2018 CLEAN GULF Conference & Exhibition! 38+ conference sessions have been programmed by our planning committee, made up of a group of 80+ operators, state and federal regulators, consultants, service companies and OSROs. The sessions programmed cover topics that were identified as the most pressing issues unique to oil and hazardous materials spill prevention, preparedness and response in inland, offshore and marine environments, with sessions led by experts in their field.

If you register with VIP code WILDLIFE you’ll receive a $50 discount on your registration to CLEAN GULF. 

 

PLANNING AND PREPAREDNESS TRACK

  • Impacts of Wildlife Regulations
  • Meeting Compliance Challenges
  • Planning Tools to Improve Response Strategies and Tactics
  • PREP 2016.1 – An Update on Proposed Changes
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Response, Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA), and Restoration
  • Wildlife Response Updates for Planning

RESPONSE TRACK

  • In Situ Burn: A Historical Perspective and Advances in Technical and Regulatory Framework
  • Lessons Learned from Hurricanes Irma/ Maria Vessel Removal Operations Under ESF-10
  • Response Community: Past, Present, and Future
  • Salvage and Marine Firefighting Case Studies and Lessons Learned
  • Shoreline Assessment and Response: The Future of SCAT
  • Strategies and Lessons Learned from Major Natural Disasters

SUBSEA AND DISPERSANT TRACK

  • Case Study: Stone Energy SSDI Application – API 4719
  • MC-20 Insight into the Longest Running Active Unified Command in Response History
  • SSDI – Comparing Relative Risks, Setting Expectations, and Managing Data
  • Well Containment Companies – What is their Future?
  • Subsea Oil Release Modeling

NEW FOR 2018! TRAINING AND EXERCISE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TRACK

  • Exercise Success! Train Like You Fight and Fight Like You Train
  • How to Meet Expectations Through Best Management Practices
  • Regulatory Expectations for Training and Exercises
  • Response Competency Processes
  • Right Sizing the Incident Management Team for Exercises and Real Events

INFORMATION/RESPONSE TECHNOLOGIES AND RESEARCH TRACK

  • Detection of Submerged Oil
  • Oil Spill Response Science and Technology: Bridging from Research to Response
  • Response Research
  • Surface Oil Surveillance and Detection
  • Surveillance and Visualization Technologies

INLAND PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE TRACK

  • Case Studies in the Inland Zone
  • In Situ Burn Case Studies
  • Pre-Planning for the Inland Zone
  • Rail Response Plan Requirements

EMERGING TRENDS TRACK

  • International Challenges and Lessons Learned
  • Mexico Exploration and Production
  • Risks and Security in a Digital World
  • Technology Innovations
  • The Human Element
  • The Consideration of Environmental Data Management

 

Questions on registration? Contact Jill Dean at 713-343-1880 or jdean@accessintel.com

Questions on exhibiting or sponsoring?  Contact Anastasia Bisson at 530-363-3506 or abisson@accessintel.com 

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