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  1. Oil Spill Preparedness and Research Spill Control Association of America 20 March 2014 David M. Moore Chief – Oil Spill Response Division

  2. Today‘s Talk • OSRD • Priorities • External Engagement • Policies and Procedures • Research • New Initiatives

  3. Oil Spill Response Division • Program Mission • Goals and Objectives • Encompasses: • Prevention • Planning • Preparedness • Response • Spill Abatement • Subsea Containment • Research

  4. BSEE 2015 and Division Priorities • National Consistency • Transparency • Regulatory Clarity • Best Available Technology • Integrated Preparedness • Risk Assessment • Human Capital Development • Outreach

  5. External Engagement • Interagency • BSEE USCG Response Work Group • ICCOPR • National Response System • National Response Team • Regional Response Teams • Area Committees • International • Arctic Council • Mexico • Caribbean

  6. Oil Spill Response Plans • Increased Emphasis • Technologies • More Definition on Strategies • Response Efficiency • Standards Review • Effective Daily Recovery Capacity • Estimated Recovery System Potential • Transparency • Standard Operating Procedures • Plan Availability

  7. Equipment Inspections • Scope and Purpose • Process • OSRP as Initiating Point • Consistency with Plan • Records • Monthly Inspection • Maintenance • Future Process • Equipment Verification Worksheet • Enforcement Actions

  8. Unannounced Exercises • Scope and Purpose • Scenarios • Complex Tabletop • Equipment Deployments • Unified Command • Changes in Focus • Different Size Spills • Increased Operator Participation • Exercise Specific Portions of OSRP

  9. Enhanced Compliance Focus • Incidents of Non-Compliance • W/C/S • Notifications • Post-Event Reports • Plan/Response Consistency • Changes in Capabilities • Exercises and Notification • Updating Plans

  10. Oil Spill Response Research • Activity Level Trends • Research Priorities and National Coordination • Arctic • Smart Technology • ICCOPR • Program Direction • Peer Review • Subject Matter Experts • Technology Readiness Levels • Internal and External Information Transfer

  11. Ohmsett the National Oil Spill Response Research and Renewable Energy Test Facility • Testing • Skimmers • Boom • Dispersants • ROVs • Measurement • Training • Mitigations • Enhancements

  12. Current and Future Guidance • Notices to Lessees 2012-N06 (OSRP) • Source Control Strategies • Subsea Dispersants • NCP and ACP Consistency • Extended Response and Supplies • Remote Sensing • Notice to Lessees 2013-N02 (Significance) • New Facility or Well • Modification to an Existing Facility • Change in WCD Assumptions or Calculations

  13. Current and Future Guidance • 30 CFR Part 254 Regulatory Update • Regulatory Team • Supporting Research • Best Available Technology • Planning Standards • SMT and OSRO Training • Remote Sensing • Common Operating Picture • Response Optimization

  14. David M. Moore Chief – Oil Spill Response Division david.moore@bsee.gov 703-787-1637 http://www.bsee.gov/About-BSEE/Divisions/OSRD/index/