Egypte Egypte

National & système régional - stratégie de lutte

Contrôle et évaluation

Image satellite   Images provided by the National Authority for Remote Sensing & Space Science (NARSS) and use of Google Earth images for certain response operation
Surveillance aérienne   Military & Petroleum Air Services (PAS) equipment (only visual observation)
Surveillance navale   Navy in Liaison with EEAA
Modèles de prédiction   Meteorological simulation model MM5V3

Lutte en mer

Utilisation de dispersant  

See Annex

Surveillance aérienne  

Usually not used, only when mechanical containment and recovery not possible or sensitive ressources are threatened. (Part B-Chap 3 NOSCP)

Législation connexe

No Law is in place but reflected in the NOSCP

Délimitation des zones d'utilisation des dispersants  

Clear delimination of areas prohibited and areas requiring the approval of EEAA. GIS System available at EEAA. (Part B – Chap 3 – 7.4)

Identification de l'autorité en charge de l'autorisation

Egyptian Environment Affairs Agency (EEAA)

Procédures de test des dispersants  

Procedure in development by EEAA (test, pre-authorisation) expected for 2009

Liste des produits approuvés  

3 products are approved. The list will be updated following the development of the procedure and will be communicated to REMPEC when available.

Liste des laboratoires compétents autorisés  

National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (NIOF) – Mediterranean Branch, Alexandria. 2 Competent laboratories will be used in the new procedure to compare test and decide. The laboratories will be NIOF and the National Research Inistitute.

Confinement et récupération  

EEAA in charge of the response can use any equipment available in the country: EGPC, Petroleum Industry, Navy, EEAA equipment

Brûlage (In situ burning)

Detail in Section 5

Protection et nettoyage du littoral

Protection du littoral  

EEAA in charge of the response can use any equipment available in the country: EGPC, Petroleum Industry, Navy, EEAA equipment.

Nettoyage du littoral  

EEAA in charge of the response can use any equipment available in the country: EGPC, Petroleum Industry, Navy, EEAA equipment.

La communication

Activités d'exploitation  

Part A3 and Part B9

Relation gouvernement / industrie  

Notification Procedure Part A3 Operation Communication Part B9 Petroleum sector and EGPC liaise with EEAA

Relation publique  

Part A9 and B11

Relation avec les médias  

Part A9 and B11

Gestion des déchets

Politique nationale concernant les déchets d'hydrocarbures  

Law NO. 4/94, Law NO. 9/2009 Referred in Chapter B6 of the National Contingency

Traitement / Installations de dépôt / Solutions  

Petrotrid - Solid: 1) Area identify by EEAA for dumping. 2) Burning in Cement Factory (agreement with EEAA)

Experts

Intégration d'experts internationaux dans l'organe de coordination  

In case of need would call upon expert from the sub-regional agreement or REMPEC, PERSGA. ITOPF has already worked with EEAA in several spills.

Demandes d'indemnisation

Base juridique des demandes d'indémnisation au niveau national  

Article 14 Law N.4 1994

Réclamations inclus dans le plan d'urgence  

Annex B12 of National Oil Spill Contingency Plan

Structure nationale chargée des demandes d'indémnisation  

Part B - Capt.12 – Environment Protection Funds available in case of emergency.

Gestion des volontaires

Gestion des volontaires prise en compte dans le plan

protectorates. Experience with Volunteers/NGO. Use local power (paid) to carry out non technical cleaning. Groups are formed and supervise by a specialised team leader. This issue may be included in the update of the NOSCP

Protection de la faune

Mesures de protection de la faune (espèces protégées et autre faune marine)  

Identified in the sensitivity maps: biological sensitivity priority ranked Part A – Chap 8 Combating strategy Part A – Chapt. 12 Protectorate in relation with NGOs for bird cleaning.

(Click on the link to access the Sea Alarm Country Profile for more information on Wildlife response in Egypt)

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