ICCOPR is a 15-member Interagency Committee established by Title VII of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (Section 7001). ICCOPR was established to: “…coordinate a comprehensive program of oil pollution research, technology development, and demonstration among the federal agencies, in cooperation and coordination with industry, universities, research institutions, state governments, and other nations, as appropriate, and shall foster cost-effective research mechanisms, including the joint funding of the research." ICCOPR activities are documented in biennial reports to Congress.
The goal of this website is to provide information of interest to the oil pollution research community to. We encourage you to explore the links in the column to the left.
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Ø ICCOPR Releases the Oil Pollution Research and Technology Plan for FY2015-2021
Ø National Petroleum Council Arctic Report Released
BOEM Draft Proposed Plan for Offshore Oil and Gas Development Announced
Ø BOEM Draft Proposed Plan for Offshore Oil and Gas Development Announced
Ø EPA Proposal Strengthens Nation's Preparedness Level and Response to Oil Spills
Ø NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program Funding Opportunities
Ø NAS Gulf Research Program Funding Opportunities
NOAA Announces Two Science of Oil Spills
Class es - Mobile, AL and Houston, TX
es - Mobile, AL and Houston, TX
Ø Coast Guard RDC Releases BAA for Mitigation of Oil in the Water Column
Ø EPA Requests Comments on Risk Assessment Forum White Paper
Ø NRC Releases final “Responding to Oil Spills in U.S. Arctic Marine Environment Report”
Ø ICCOPR Releases FY2012-2013 Biennial Report to CongressAnd more….