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Worst Case Scenario: Three Things Oil and Gas Companies Should Do When Planning For Remediation

Hosted By: Tim Haïdar, EIC
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In this exclusive interview, veteran remediation specialist Christopher Gale, Chief Executive Officer at Middle East Environmental Technology Services talks about how novel techniques and proper management can return disaster sites to their former state in weeks and not years for oil and gas companies.

  • Remediation – the current technologies
  • The differences between onshore and offshore remediation
  • How non-ionic-based surfactant technology can help in terms of large-scale environmental disasters like the Macondo blowout and oil spill
  • The importance of front-loading your crisis response planning with a detailed remediation plan
  • The three things every company should do when planning for remediation


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