CONTINGENCY PLANNING CRUCIAL TO OIL-SPILL RESPONSE

Charles B. Anderson, Brian D. Starer Haight, Gardner, Poor & Havens New York The first line of defense against an oil spill or release of hazardous substances is an effective individual company contingency plan and a well-trained and organized response team. Facility-specific plans should be prepared for coastal and offshore petroleum exploration wells and production facilities, terminals, and other oil-transfer facilities, and any other sites with a potential for spills of hazardous

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