OIL SPILL COMBAT TEAM (OSCT) is a private spill combat center with experts that have 36 years of experience providing emergency services in Indonesia and around the World.
Oil Spill Combat Team (OSCT) is an Oil Spill Combat Center with Headquarters is located in West Java with six bases across Indonesia and base of operations in Malaysia, Thailand, and India.
OSCT Indonesia has over 40,000 meters of offshore boom stockpiled for our members and also offers rental solutions for oil spill response equipment that guarantees oil spill response readiness.
OSCT Indonesia signed a mutual cooperation (MoU) with Singapore’s Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL), Vietnam’s National Southern Oil Spill Response Center (NASOS), Thailand’s Oil Indutry Environmental Safety Group Association (IESG), Malaysia’s Petrolium Industry of Malaysia Mutual Aid Group (PIMMAG), China’s China Offshore Environmental Service (COES) and Japan’s Maritime Disaster Prevention Center (MDPC) in the spirit of protecting the world’s natural environment where OSCT Indonesia is acknowledged as a Capable Tier-2 response centre with its headquarters located in indonesia.
OSCT Indonesia as the largest Oil Spill Response Centre in Indonesia and one of the largest in the world was invited to attend the 10th Oil Spill Workshop held by Petroleum Association of Japan (PAJ) on February 14th, 2020 to discuss recent major oil spill incidents and future preparedness.
Mr.Yodi Satya, BSc, MSc EDM, OSCT Indonesia, spoke at the PAJ’s 2020 Oil Spill Response Workshop, presenting “OIL SPILL COMBAT STRATEGY & LESSON LEARNT” of the major oil spill in the Java Sea close to Indonesia’s capital Jakarta” which was attended by many key persons in the oil spill industry and won the First best speaker from among oil spill experts from around the world.
In 2007, DR. Bayu Satya B.Sc. was awarded as third best of the most experienced speakers among 15 oil spill experts from around the world during Japan International Symposium hosted by Petroleum Association of Japan (PAJ) in Tokyo, Japan. He was the first asian speaker who achieved it.
OSCT Indonesia sees this workshop as an opportunity to develop strategies in the areas of regional and international cooperation in maximizing capabilities, especially in the case of a major oil spill incident.
The philosophy of the RITAG is to provide a platform for response organisations in the asia to share technical knowledge, oil spill response experience, best practices, promote the industry’s “Integrated Tiered Response Philosophy” and facilitate cooperation between it’s members.
OSCT Indonesia attended the 10th RITAG meeting with others 8 oil spill response centres representing 8 countries in Asia – Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, China, in addition to discussions about effective & efficient oil spill response operations.
The meeting also promotes mutual coorperation and exchange of technical information to increase regional readiness in case of a large oil spill incident in asia. The lessons learned are drawn from experiences of indrustry practitioners in their efforts to provide advice and guidance on the breadth and complexity of roles in the industry.