Who are our members
Our Members

The GRN consists of organisations from around the world who specialise in oil spill response. Our combined operational footprint covers a large part of the planet – and our combined experience includes tackling many of the most significant spills over the last 30 years.

Australian Marine Oil Spill Centre (AMOSC)

AMOSC is based in Geelong, financed by oil and gas companies operating around the Australian coast. AMOSC operates Australia’s major oil spill response equipment stockpile on 24-hour standby for rapid response anywhere around the country’s coast.

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Clean Gulf Associates (CGA)

Clean Gulf Associates, Inc. (also called “Clean Gulf” or “CGA”) is a not-for-profit oil spill cooperative dedicated to the Gulf of Mexico’s exploration and production (E&P) industry as well as the public…

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Eastern Canada Response Corporation (ECRC-SIMEC)

ECRC-SIMEC is the largest certified response organisation in Canada. ECRC-SIMEC has its own specialised response equipment, has pre-planned strategies for protecting sensitive environments – and maintains contracts with specialist response consultants and operatives.

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Norwegian Clean Sea Association for Operating Companies (NOFO)

Norwegian Clean Seas Association for Operating Companies (NOFO) develops and maintains oil spill preparedness on the Norwegian Continental Shelf in order to combat oil pollution on behalf of all 31 operating oil companies. This includes response in open seas as well as in coastal waters and along shoreline

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Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL)

Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) is the largest global industry-owned response co-operative providing preparedness, response and intervention services world-wide. Membership represents the majority of global oil production, comprising some 160 environmentally responsible…

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Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC)

WCMRC covers 27,000km of coastal shorelines and waters on Canada’s western seaboard. It owns and operates 31 vessels, with a number of equipment stores along the coast – and a network of specialist contractors and response-trained fishermen, who can be called in to provide support whenever needed.

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