Oil remediation

10/24/2005
Unprecedented are the devastation and loss-both to human life and to offshore drilling and production structures-following the double blow of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita this year. Oil and gas producers continue to assess the storms’ damage while trying to bring lost production back online from the battered Gulf of Mexico.Separately, the storms prompted some companies from outside the energy industry to examine the use of certain technologies to handle other damage that might have occurred on a grand scale due to storms, such as oil spills.One such company is Interface Sciences Corp. (ISC), Santa Barbara, Calif., which reported last month following Katrina that it was lifting the li...
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