December 5-7, 2017
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, TX

Professional Mariner

Join us at the 25th Annual CLEAN GULF in New Orleans, LA, November 10-12.

Register with VIP code PMARINER15 secure your spot at CLEAN GULF!

CLEAN GULF covers spill preparedness and response topics for the exploration & production, transportation, and storage of oil & hazardous materials. It provides a forum for responders, operators, regulators, equipment providers and environmental groups to openly discuss best practices and lessons-learned.  A comprehensive agenda has been created based on the top issues facing the spill response community, and the growth in crude transportation by rail and pipeline is at the top of the list.  Because inland preparedness and response is such an important and timely topic, CLEAN GULF will host a track of sessions solely dedicated to these unique issues.  In addition to the robust conference agenda, CLEAN GULF hosts an exhibit floor featuring 150+ exhibitors showcasing the latest products and solutions in spill preparedness and response.

Track: Research and Existing and Emerging Technologies

  • Surveillance Technologies
  • Shoreline Assessment and Cleanup (SCAT)
  • Response Research
  • Situational Awareness

Track: Planning and Preparedness

  • Risk Management
  • Training and Exercising for Readiness
  • Understanding Complex Response-Related Issues
  • New Regulations and Implications for Industry – Projecting Forward
  • Response Planning for Non-Traditional Oil

Track: Response

  • Non-Traditional Fuels: Issues and Case Studies
  • Salvage and Marine Firefighting
  • Morgan’s Point Collision: A Complex
  • Comprehensive Environmental Response,
  • Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Response
  • Response Case Studies A Contractor's Perspective
  • Response Safety Concerns

Track: Inland Preparedness and Response

  • Inland Response Perspectives
  • Pipeline 360
  • Enhance Response Capabilities through Partnerships
  • Inland Regulatory Issues
  • Crude by Rail
  • Inland Response

Track: Special Interest

  • #Re-Tweet – Positive Stakeholder Management
  • Net Environmental Benefits Analysis (NEBA)
  • Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) during Response
  • Mexico Energy Reform DevelopmentsRestoration Benefits 

Track: Subsea

  • Containment and Intervention
  • Source Control Branch – The New Kid on the
  • Incident Command System (ICS) Block
  • Subsea Dispersant Use, Planning, and Approval

Questions on registration?  Contact Jill Dean at 713-343-1880

Questions on exhibiting or sponsoring?  Contact Jason Smith at 713-343-1886

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