Emergency Response Management Services
Bandera Resources, LLC. (Bandera) provides experienced and diverse project management services in this market, involving responses to oil and hazardous materials spills for a variety of spill management teams and insurance companies. Bandera project personnel have worked in a variety of Incident Management System (ICS) positions, for both public and private clients. Examples include managing the recovery and stabilization of various products and chemicals resulting from accidents involving a variety of marine vessels and fixed facilities, such as:
- the release of H²S gases from a bulk carrier moored near the Capitol Building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and it’s stabilization and transport back to the RP’s dock in Pasadena, Texas;
- the scuttling of the M/V Casitas off of Midway Island; and,
- the recovery of a sunken bulk carrier in Chicago, Illinois.
Bandera personnel are thoroughly versed in all aspects of ICS and have successfully worked as Incident Commanders and virtually all general and command staff positions on a variety of minor and major spills throughout the US. All Bandera personnel are also Qualified Individuals (QI) under the Oil Pollution Act (OPA) of 1990 and have successfully managed a variety of large and small marine oil spills and responses for our clients everywhere in the continental US.
These responses have typically required the management of multi-disciplinary resources to efficiently and safely accomplish the response objectives. Our experience working in unified command and assisting in design, implementation and response execution has resulted in successful outcomes in logistically challenging locales and environments. Bandera principals have in excessive of 50 years of collective experience successfully managing responses involving marine spills from product barges, crew boats and tankers in locations all over the United States.