Welcome to the Norwegian Centre for Oil Spill Preparedness and Marine Environment
The Norwegian Centre for Oil Spill Preparedness and Marine Environment is a public centre of expertise under the Ministry of Transport.
Our social mission is to be a national knowledge hub for marine litter pollution and oil spill preparedness. We aim to help develop technology and spread knowledge about oil spill preparedness and marine litter pollution. The sea is international, and we aim to be international, too.
Oil spill preparedness
Oil pollution protection consists of the preparedness, the technology and the knowledge we must be prepared to use, every day, ...
The work to reduce marine litter in Norway and worldwide is a high priority for the Norwegian government.
About the centre
The Norwegian Centre for Oil Spill Preparedness and Marine Environment is a public center of expertise under the Ministry of ...
Fishing for Litter – a simple solution
Responsible for the project Fishing for Litter in the Netherlands, Michael Mannaart, would love to see the project expand globally ...
The next generation kicks off Beach Cleanup Week 2019
Beach Cleanup Week 2019 starts with a focus on children and young people. So, the Centre for Oil Spill Preparedness ...
New tool in the battle against marine litter
In 2020, a new national map solution for marine litter will be launched. The objective is to make a common ...
Minister of transportation opened the Centre for Oil Spill Preparedness and Marine Environment
On 10 December 2018, minister of transportation Jon Georg Dale officially opened the Norwegian Centre for Oil Spill Preparedness and ...