janataly ® 21-Apr-2016 09:18

Offshore Vessel Operations in Ice and/or Severe Sub-Zero Temperatures In Arctic and Sub-Arctic Regions


Year: 2014
Language: english
Author: Oil Companies International Marine Forum
Genre: Guide
Publisher: Oil Companies International Marine Forum
Edition: First edition
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 68
Description: The purpose of this paper is to provide guidance to operators and charterers of offshore support vessels employed for use in areas impacted by ice or severe sub-zero temperatures with the aim of encouraging high standards of safety and environmental protection for those operating in Arctic and Sub-Arctic regions.
Ice and severe sub-zero temperatures may impact on offshore vessel operations in many geographical areas. Operations in ice and severe sub-zero temperatures present vessel operators with unique risks and considerations. Operating areas are often remote with very limited navigational and support infrastructure, sea ice might be encountered year-round or seasonally and may include multi-year ice and severe sub-zero temperatures.
 
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