10-12 Mar 2021
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

NEW EXHIBITORS RUSH TO AOG 2020

Mar 4, 2020 Event News

More than 100 Oil and Gas and related industry businesses have reserved space at the upcoming Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition and Conference for the first time, with a jump in the number of booths dedicated to renewable energy, technology and asset integrity.

AOG Event Director Bill Hare said exhibits dedicated to uninterrupted power supply through battery storage, solar power systems, sustainable energy resource development and wind power-related industries would all appear on the exhibition floor for the first time.

“To have 118 new exhibitors shows just how quickly the industry is developing in Australia. We have a 20 per cent increase in size for this year and new conference sessions dedicated to renewable energy and sustainable development.”

New conference sessions introduced for AOG 2020 are part of the Industry Supply Forum on Day two of the conference, and include:

  • 30am: Path to Energy Transition, chaired by Chevron Energy Transition Manager Vijay Pradhan;
  • 30am: Energy Disruption or Diversification? The role of Renewables and New Energy, chaired by National Energy Resources Australia Chief Executive Miranda Taylor.

Mr Hare said a breakfast hosted by the Government of Timor-Leste to discuss new petroleum explorations opportunities and the future development of the Greater Sunrise Field had been promoted to a State Visit after Ambassador Ines Almeida confirmed she would attend.

The signing of the treaty with Australia establishing maritime boundaries in the Greater Sunrise Field means this is a critical time to discuss the future of our industry in that region and we are honored the Ambassador has confirmed attendance,” Mr Hare said.

Media contact:

Clarity Communications

  • Peta Rule

Peta.Rule@claritycommunications.com.au

0429 039 074

 

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