RPS have developed deep expertise in the assessment of risk and the potential for damage from unplanned releases of oil and other hydrocarbons into the marine environment. This is critical for the planning and permitting of new assets and developments, and to responding to real world spill events such as Macondo, Montara, Bohai Bay and the Shen Neng. Through hundreds of detailed risk assessment studies, many real-world spill response applications and the continuous development of our peer reviewed and validated software solutions, we provide an unparalleled capability in support of our clients.
We provide rigorous and informative assessments to support oil and gas operators, offshore wind developers, the shipping industry, maritime safety agencies and port authorities. We have more than 30 years' of experience, having studied and developed computer models to predict the physical behaviour and biological effects of hydrocarbons spilled in the marine environment. These potential events range from those resulting from accidental vessel collisions or groundings, to long term blowouts in the deep ocean. We also measure, model and define the marine environmental conditions. We integrate these critical factors with our fate models.
Our scientists and technology staff played key roles in both the Macondo and Montara spill responses. We have conducted our own research, through many years supporting the events and the damage assessment in the Gulf of Mexico Advancements in weathering and transformation algorithms, including those for unique oils that tend to form emulsions and/or tar balls, have been made that substantially improve risk assessment and associated response planning. The result is an environment that is better protected and effects that are better understood.
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