For an evolving industry
For 40 years AOG has connected the entire oil and gas supply chain by creating opportunity and providing a platform that has helped promote Australia, particularly WA, as a global leader.
Like the rest of the industry we’re looking to the future of clean energy whilst staying true to our roots.
In 2021 and beyond the Australasian Oil & Gas (AOG) Conference & Exhibition will now be known as AOG Energy. Curated to reflect the evolution of oil and gas, AOG Energy is the cornerstone of a broader offering and a platform for innovation in all aspects with a renewed focus on the energy transition, including hydrogen, renewables and emissions reduction technology.
As well as the live exhibition and conference, AOG Energy will offer some exciting products over the coming months that will meet industry demand for solutions and strategies in both oil and gas and the move to clean energy.
Re-energised for the future
We will continue to work closely in partnership with the oil and gas industry, Government and our major supporters to ensure that AOG Energy is relevant and current to industry need. With fossil fuels still supplying much of the world’s energy, AOG Energy will continue to promote solutions, products and conversations in oil and gas production whilst putting the energy transition securely on the agenda.
For the live exhibition and conference, a new Energy Transition Zone will showcase methodologies, strategies and emerging technologies to navigate the energy transition and explore new low and zero carbon ways of providing energy. The free-to-attend conference program will also see a significant focus on renewables and hydrogen from industry-leading players in the clean energy sector.
We’re excited for the next 40 years of AOG Energy and playing our part in creating a cleaner energy future for Australia.
“The transition comes at a timely and exciting juncture for AOG Energy, with the transformation of the exhibition and conference occurring as we celebrate an important milestone for the brand – its 40th year of connecting the industry.” Bill Hare, Commercial Director – Energy, Diversified Communications Australia