SCOPE (Skagerak Chemical Oilspill Pollution Exercise) 2017 is a joint project of the Nordic countries, co-founded by the European Union, and is organized by the Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA).

Last week our Oljaren visited Falkvarv in Falkenberg for a periodical dry-docking. The docking proceeded well and the vessel returned into service already after three days from entering the dock.

Every year the nordic countries jointly practices together under the Copenhagen agreement to better cooperate in environmental rescue operations at sea. In September they conducted two exercises in Swedish waters. The first exercise is held on Wednesday (2016-09-21) north of Lysekil.



The past week we carried out a oil spill response drill as a part of our commitment with EMSA. During some spare time we decided to go for some go carting. More or less the entire crew together with the shore-based technical team and the EMSA inspector joined the race. At first it seemed to be a close competition but...

Bosse Olofsson who has just recently joined as Technical Superintendent at OljOla AB.

OljOla participated with a team in the annual five-a-side tournament hoisted by Rosenhill Seamen's center. Various players with one or another connection to the Company joined the team and fought well throughout. With strict focus on defence and counter-attack tactic, the team played it's way to the finals. After a level score at full time, both...

Following the conclusion of a procurement procedure which was launched by EMSA (European Maritime Safety Agency) in January 2015, two contracts were signed in November the same year. These cover the provision of oil spill response services for two geographical regions. For the Southern Baltic Sea: NORDEN (contracted from Stena Oil), which is based...

During the 2015 annual SpecTec European user conference, Tom Nilsson was invited to give a speech on how OljOla has taken advantage of the functionalities provided by the AMOS Enterprise Suite.

Change of Flag


Finally, the procedure which involved many parties and authorities is finally over. MT Oljaren now fly under the Swedish flag and the port of registry is Donsö.