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The Arctic is a region that presents particularly challenging conditions for the oil industry and for responders due to the increasingly extreme weather conditions (cold, ice, hurricane force winds) and remote location with limited response infrastructure

Arctic Drilling

The Arctic is a region that presents particularly challenging conditions for the oil industry and for responders due to the increasingly extreme weather conditions (cold, ice, hurricane force winds) and remote location with limited response infrastructure

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Arctic Drilling

The second line of defense for the workers and the well to prevent a blowout is the group of equipment called blowout preventers (BOPs). BOPs and associated valves are installed on top of the casing head before drilling ahead after rigging up. These high-pressure safety valves and associated equipment are designed to shut off the well hole and prevent the escape of the underground fluids and prevent a blowout from occurring

Blowout Preventer

The second line of defense for the workers and the well to prevent a blowout is the group of equipment called blowout preventers (BOPs). BOPs and associated valves are installed on top of the casing head before drilling ahead after rigging up. These high-pressure safety valves and associated equipment are designed to shut off the well hole and prevent the escape of the underground fluids and prevent a blowout from occurring

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Blowout Preventer

Illustration of stump and timber from logging

Logging

Illustration of stump and timber from logging

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Logging

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Oil Derrick

Icon representing oil extraction

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Oil Derrick

Positioned by multiple vessels, an attempt to contain an oil spill is made using temporary floating booms. Booms are used to reduce the possibility of polluting shorelines and other resources, and to help make recovery easier. Booms help to concentrate oil in thicker surface layers so that skimmers, vacuums, or other collection methods can be used more effectively

Oil Spill Containment

Positioned by multiple vessels, an attempt to contain an oil spill is made using temporary floating booms. Booms are used to reduce the possibility of polluting shorelines and other resources, and to help make recovery easier. Booms help to concentrate oil in thicker surface layers so that skimmers, vacuums, or other collection methods can be used more effectively

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Oil Spill Containment

Salt evaporation ponds on the shoreline of Chilika Lake, Orissa, India

Saltworks

Salt evaporation ponds on the shoreline of Chilika Lake, Orissa, India

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Saltworks

Above-ground water well used often in rural or undeveloped areas

Well

Above-ground water well used often in rural or undeveloped areas

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Well

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