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In June 2000, the OSPAR Commission adopted Decision 2000/2 on a Hannonised Mandatory Control System for the Use and Reduction of the Discharge of Offshore Chemicals'. The aim of this legislation is to establish a consistent framework within which the amount and harmfulness of chemicals used and discharged in the course of offshore oil and gas exploration and production processes can be reduced. These chemicals include those used for drilling, production, cementing, completions and workovers. The common framework outlined in GSPAR Decision 2000/2 will be incorporated into the National legislation of the contracting parties to OSPAR.
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