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Deep Water Horizon Response Marine Spill Response Corporation. Deepwater Horizon Response. MSRC was single largest oil spill response contractor MSRC provided services including: Mechanical recovery Dispersant Services In situ burn Emergency Communications Services

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deepwater horizon response
Deepwater Horizon Response

MSRC was single largest oil spill response contractor

MSRC provided services including:

Mechanical recovery

Dispersant Services

In situ burn

Emergency Communications Services

General Contractor for hiring of subcontractors performing other response services

MSRC was not involved in:

Drilling activities

Subsea Well Control Efforts

Drafting of MMS Response Plan or Spill Management

msrc mechanical recovery response
MSRC Mechanical Recovery Response
  • 12 Responder Class Oil Spill Response Vessels (OSRVs)
    • Initial four vessels were on scene within 24 hours, before the fire was extinguished
    • All Atlantic and Gulf Coast vessels and two from California
  • 3 Ocean-going barges
  • 26 Shallow Water Barges
  • 6 Fast Response Vessels
  • 71 Marine Assets
  • 42 Skimmers
  • 65,000 ft of boom
msrc dispersant services
MSRC Dispersant Services
  • King Air 90 based at Stennis Airfield in Mississippi was immediately activated
  • C-130 based in Coolidge, Arizona was immediately activated and relocated to Stennis Airfield
  • MSRC coordinated all dispersant logistic services for Stennis based aircraft including:
    • 4 C-130s – CCA/OSR/MSRC
    • 4 Air Force C-130s
    • 801,000 gallons of dispersant sprayed from Stennis based aircraft
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MSRC Dispersant Services
  • King Air 90 based at Stennis Airfield in Mississippi was immediately activated
  • C-130 based in Coolidge, Arizona was immediately activated and relocated to Stennis Airfield
  • MSRC coordinated all dispersant logistic services for Stennis based aircraft including:
    • 4 C-130s – CCA/OSR/MSRC
    • 4 Air Force C-130s
    • 801,000 gallons of dispersant sprayed from Stennis based aircraft
msrc in situ burn support
MSRC In Situ Burn Support
  • MSRC provided 9 in situ burn kits
  • Support personnel
msrc emergency communications
MSRC Emergency Communications
  • 5 Emergency Communications Packages (ECP)
  • 4 Small Satellite Package (SSP)
  • 30 MSRC Personnel
  • 3 Specialized Contractor Companies
    • 46 personnel
  • Services included:
    • Full ECP and SSP deployment and support
    • Telephony and Internet support via satellite link
    • Established emergency communications until permanent systems were in place
msrc general contractor services
MSRC General Contractor Services
  • 52 Contractors
    • 7,278 contract personnel at peak of activities
  • Services included:
    • Shoreline clean-up (pre and post impact)
    • Boom deployment
    • Skimming operations
    • OSRV Back-deck Operations
    • SBS Operations
    • Logistics Support
    • Safety
challenges to mechanical recovery offshore
Challenges to Mechanical RecoveryOffshore
  • SAFETY – SAFETY –SAFETY!!!
  • Recovered oil storage
    • MSRC OSRV’s capable of 4,000 bbls on board
  • Weather conditions
  • Logistics – resupply of the vessels/ crew
  • Maintenance and repair
    • MSRC instituted a “Pit-Stop” Program
  • Dispersant use
  • Spotting and Locating the oil
    • X-Band radar and Infrared Capabilities being added
challenges to mechanical recovery nearshore
Challenges to Mechanical RecoveryNearshore
  • Weathering of oil
  • Dispersant usage
  • Encounter rate very low – “Streamers”
  • Debris
  • Different skimmers would work on different days in the same geographic location.
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