Herding oil at the surface: Surface collecting agents in oil spill response
March 12, 2020 – Noon-3 pm central (presentations begin at 12:45)
Jefferson Parish Library – East Bank Regional Library
4747 W Napoleon Ave, Metairie, LA 70001
Join us to learn about surface collecting agents (SCAs) – compounds that can be used to herd oil during emergency response operations. Speakers will cover the history, science, and logistics of using SCAs during an oil spill. Complementary oil spill response techniques, as well as advances in developing the next generation of chemical herders, will also be covered. Held in conjunction with the Southeastern Louisiana Area Committee meeting, this seminar is free & open to the public and includes a free networking lunch attendees registered by March 5 – a great way to get to know folks from emergency response and other sectors. This seminar will be live-streamed the day of the event beginning at 12:45 for those who cannot attend in person.
To register for this event, click here. We ask that you register whether you plan to attend in person or online.
Guest speakers include
- Tim Nedwed (ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company)
- James Hanzalik (Clean Gulf Associates)
- David Cooper (SL Ross Environment Research Limited)
- Srijan Aggarwal (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
- George John (The City College of New York)
Please register here for the webinar. This seminar will be live-streamed online the day of the event beginning at 12:45. To view the presentations on your computer as they happen on March 12, click here. Sound should stream automatically through your computer, or you can dial US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833 or +1 408 638 0968 for sound.
Webinar ID: 180 434 699
International numbers available here.
Featured image: Pelicans in flight over the Gulf of Mexico. (Vanessa Wirth)