Full house at the Collaboration Forum in the first session of Day 1 at AOG 2018.
The 2018 Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) officially opened by the Honourable Mark McGowan MLA, Premier of Western Australia.
AOG 2018 witnessed an impressive display of oil and gas services and solutions from some of the industry’s most respected brands.
Scotland Pavilion showcasing Scottish Development International (SDI) - winners of the Best Stands Awards (over 36sqm free design) at AOG2018.
Subsea Lounge sponsored by Subsea 7.
The exhibition floor showcasing over 260 leading names within the oil and gas industry.
The annual opportunity for customers and suppliers to meet face-to-face for three days of quality business networking.
AOG has cemented its place as one of the premier networking destinations for the oil and gas industry.
1,000s of the most cutting-edge technologies and solutions in Australia showcased by over 260 of the world's leading oil and gas companies.
The Knowledge Forum explored topics like 'Asset Management', 'The Internet of Things', 'Upcoming projects and connection to world gas market' and more, throughout the 3 days of the Exhibition and Conference.
Woodside Energy - Australia’s largest independent oil and gas company and most experienced liquefied natural gas operator right on the Exhibition Floor.
NERA’s SME ConnectER event, assisted large and small companies to better connect, collaborate and innovate.
Niall Myles, Woodside Energy Co-Chair (Operator) and Senior Leaders Group (SLG), discussing 'Brownfield' projects at the Collaboration Forum.
“This year’s event has really attracted not only high-class content for our Industry Forums, but also the latest technology from around the world and this technology will play an important role as the local industry begins its recovery,” AOG Event Director - Bill Hare.
Engineers, manufacturers, design, contractors, logistics specialists, procurement and transportation service providers, networking over three days on the show floor.
The AOG Subsea Forum discussing strategies on how the Australian Subsea industry can adjust to the evolving market.
NERA Technology and Skills Hub - providing a dynamic, interactive forum featuring technology demonstrations, skills insights and presentations from thought leaders and practitioners. The 'Hub' was also a platform for 40 innovative businesses to demonstrate and exhibit their technologies in the fields of data and digitisation, automation and robotics, and artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Leaders of industry, colleagues and clients joined this new free-to-enter networking and entertainment event - the AOG Festival.
Roving entertainers set the tone for the 2018 AOG Festival event.
The AOG Festival - redefining networking.
Perth’s leading local band -Twenty Feet Beat, at the AOG Festival.
Full house at the Subsea Welcome Drinks event - an opportunity for guests to connect with Subsea pioneer's and leading thinkers.
The 2018 AOG Diversity & Inclusion Breakfast event, hosting a series of inspirational speakers leading to discussions on how we can create a more diverse and inclusive oil and gas community for all.
Mike Utsler (Event MC), Chief Operations Officer - Woodside, Rishelle Hume, Senior HR Aboriginal Employment Consultant - Chevron, Michael Schoch, General Manager - Shell Australia and Allison Selma, Founder / Director - Women in Subsea Engineering (WISE) / Atteris Pty Ltd. at the Diversity and Inclusion Breakfast event.
The topic for this years event - ‘diversity and inclusion is just good business’ – explored the business case for developing a professional culture. embracing difference at the D&I Breakfast event.
Many of the business leaders attending the AOG conference understand the power of digital technology. They see the potential for them to bring about transformation and growth and many are making big investments in a wide variety of cutting-edge technologies. Here Accenture IX.O.
The Collaboration Forum covered topics such as 'New markets and new energies','Collaborative projects (NERA)', 'Brownfield' and 'Greenfield'.
Commercial ROV Australia showcasing their Deep Trekker submersible robots: mini ROVs to depth of 305m; ship hull inspection crawler; water tank vacuum cleaner; pipe crawler and stationery surveillance cameras.
“The feedback we have had from exhibitors has been very positive and that has already been reflected in the number of companies that have re-booked for 2019” AOG Event Director - Bill Hare.
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