Since AOG Energy launched in 1981, the industry has surged ahead – and there’s more prosperity to come.
In no field is the need for innovation more prevalent than in the energy space, and nowhere in the world performs above its means in this regard quite like we do here in Western Australia.
In the United Kingdom and Norway, sector stakeholders are working together to secure a prosperous, low-carbon future.
Joint media release with Western Australia Minister for Water, Forestry, Innovation and ICT, Science, Youth, the Hon Dave Kelly MLA.
Australia’s oil and gas industry, like its peers around the globe, is dealing with massive disruption on multiple fronts. Managing Director in Accentures oil and gas practice Chrisophe Bordeau says the pressures are compelling operators to examine their very purpose and create new business models to thrive in the future.
A Step Towards Zero Carbon Emissions
Expecting future marine fuels like ammonia, hydrogen or bio-LNG to slash carbon emissions from shipping in the short term is unrealistic and overlooks immediate steps which could be taken to reduce CO2 intensity from international shipping and better align the global fleet with the ambition levels of International Maritime Organization for 2030, the AOG 2020 conference will be told
The global offshore industry is diversifying from oil and gas into renewables as cutting-edge technology and research has facilitated the installation of wind farms in deep water.
Guest article by Neil Moore, Coates Hire
AS expected, a string of drilling successes off the WA coast has attracted a big suitor to Quadrant Energy, with Santos announcing it will pay US$2.15 billion to acquire 100% of the company a month after it made the huge Dorado oil discovery.