Corena Group’s ability to provide highly reactive and timely OSR solutions is supported by our global stockpiles of strategically-located equipment and dispersants and the growing network of response points.
Our equipment and resources are strategically located throughout Europe, the Americas and the Middle East and China. In addition to the above, Corena Group has the advantage of being able to rely on an extensive framework of partners to provide customers with ancillary services and infrastructure, such as vessels, dispersants, waste management and disposal and capping stack systems.
For companies requiring short to medium term equipment rental, Corena Group can offer a range of equipment to match all of our clients’ operational needs from our existing global stockpiles at highly preferential rates.
Tier 2 stand-by services may be offered either as a dedicated, or as a cooperative model in-country, with required personnel. Using equipment supplied through our global stockpiles, Corena Group can cost-effectively provide response and recovery operations for onshore, nearshore and offshore spills, ensuring that clients can quickly and efficiently address emergency situations.
Corena Group can offer global Tier 3 equipment and personnel using our extensive regional and international network of resources.
The April 2010 Gulf of Mexico massive oil spill needed immediate external support, expertise, solutions and equipment to assist in the containment and clean-up efforts. Lamor Corporation immediately set its action plans into motion and within 36 hours, through its global network, the company airlifted its arsenal of equipment and key personnel to the scene.
On February 17, 2011 the 17,000-dwt Icelandic container ship M/S Godafoss, en route to Denmark, grounded off the southern coast of Norway threatening the Ytre Hvaler National Park, and the western Swedish coast line. The ship was carrying approx. 800 tons heavy fuel oil and approx. 440 containers onboard.
The Runner 4 vessel oil spill occurred in the ice-covered Gulf of Finland off the coast of Estonia. The oil spill was caused by the sinking of the Dominican-registered cargo ship Runner 4 on March 5, 2006, after collision with the Malta-registered cargo ship Svjatoi Apostol Andrey. This oil spill was very difficult to respond to and to recover oil due to severe ice conditions. 18,000 liters of heavy & light fuel was spilled into broken ice conditions.