OIL SPILLS

Oil Spills Modelling – Rapid Support System to Enable
Decision-Making in Hydrocarbon Spill Emergencies

Oil Spills Modelling is a quick modelling system to aid decision-making in emergency situations both in coastal areas (ports, natural areas, islands, etc.) and in the transport of dangerous goods and offshore projects.

This solution involves an operating forecast system with continuous input from:

  • A high resolution meteorological model
  • A swell model (for offshore and coastal waters)
  • A hydrodynamic model (currents)

The outputs issued by the forecasting system feed the additional pollutant dispersion module at sea in order to determine the future evolution of oil spills.

The safety operator only has to enter the location of the spill, the amount spilt and a classification of the type of hydrocarbon spilt, and the system will indicate
the potential effect of the discharge on the surface of the sea and its impact on the coasts.

MODELS

Fast, Practical Tool to Aid Decision-Making

Fast, Easy-to-Use Modelling Systems to Aid Decision-Making
OTHER SOLUTIONS

OPERATING WEATHER FORECAST

High Resolution Operating Weather Forecast

OPERATING WEATHER FORECAST

Design and development of weather forecasting systems for a wide range of applications, optimising all options and including improved statistical techniques to provide very high definition spatial resolutions and the level of accuracy needed to aid decision-making.

CTrackM CHEMICAL RISKS

Rapid Support System to Enable Decision-Making in Chemical Risk Emergencies

CTrackM CHEMICAL RISKS

CTrackM (Chemical Track Modelling) is an online solution which supports decision-making in chemical emergencies (paths and fast dispersion) and aids in the detection of the possible origin of emissions (backtracking).

SIAM - INDUSTRIAL

Air quality forecasting systems for ports, and the electric power and oil & gas industries

SIAM - INDUSTRIAL

Technological weather modelling and air quality solution, able to diagnose, forecast, inform and issue alerts regarding atmospheric pollution situations affecting ports, electric power and oil & gas industries.

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