Rapidly Supplying the Full City ResponseOct 11, 2010
Bunker oil into flooded into the sea when the bulk carrier Full City
ran aground outside Langesund, Norway, in the summer of 2009. TESS quickly established a container-based supply solution in connection with the cleanup efforts. In addition, TESS lined up 500 in two days to help with the clean-up.
Media: Social PhonesOct 11, 2010
Before Apple launched the iPod at the end of 2001, nobody imagined that they would soon be making mobile phones. Actually, we didn’t really think anybody would start making phones, except for the existing handset makers. It seemed like a fundamentally different concept from building computers, and the economics involved in making a successful line of handsets seemed so convoluted that entering the market dominated by major global players like Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, and Motorola, seemed ill advised.
From the Editor: Everybody’s BusinessOct 11, 2010
Every fall, we focus on HSE – a long standing tradition here at the magazine. It’s never difficult to find topic to cover, but following the Deepwater Horizon
disaster earlier this year, oil-spill response has pushed its way to the forefront.
Commentary, 9/10 2010Oct 11, 2010
Safety by the Numbers
It’s positive that decisive measures are put into place in response to disaster. Reactive measures lead to new proactive technologies and methodologies to prevent future disaster.
Framo TransRec – Essential to the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Clean-UpOct 11, 2010
US authorities, the coastguard, local leaders, operating personnel and BP have all been highly complimentary in their comments on Frank Mohn AS’ TransRec system during the oil recovery efforts in the Gulf of Mexico.
Contents, 9/10 2010Oct 11, 2010
Check out the contents of our latest issue - 9/10 2010 - published 11 October.