Last week the Federal Government announced a welcome $50 million in funding to support the recovery of Australia’s business events industry, following the devastating impact of COVID-19 on our sector. Through the aid of grants and funding, businesses from all areas of the industry, including organisers, venues, and exhibitors, will be encouraged to attend events and trade shows with the new monetary program covering up to 50% of their costs.
2020 has brought many challenges and changes to the world and the oil and gas industry has been no exception to the impacts of COVID-19. The subsea sector will now prepare to adjust and rise to the challenges ahead, as well as continuing to build Australia as a global LNG leader in line with the Western Australian Government’s mission.
In the current climate, we know AOG 2020 feels like a lifetime ago. Since then, we’ve seen the impacts of COVID-19 bring many challenges for the industry – projects postponed, budget cuts, redundancies and the lowest oil price in decades.
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The Official Post Show Report.
Hon Mark McGowan, Premier of Western Australia; Minister for Public Sector Management; State Development, Jobs and Trade; Federal-State Relations, took to the stage of the opening morning for AOG 2020.
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.
The West Australian Feature.