Delivering a keynote address at the 2023 AOG Energy event, Minister King began with an acknowledgment of the past and Western Australia’s resource sector’s history of coming to the nation’s economic rescue, seen most recently during the COVID-19 pandemic, before focusing firmly on our energy future. An audience of mostly energy industry representatives heard Minister […]
Speaking at the opening session of the 2023 AOG Energy event, Mr Cook said Western Australia boasted several competitive advantages such as an abundance of natural renewable resources, excellent track record of large project execution and existing infrastructure. Mr Cook believes these advantages, combined with the stability of the State’s environment, social and regulatory environment, […]
The WA Government is an active supporter of this year’s event, through principal sponsor the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation. AOG Energy 2023 will showcase local jobs and opportunities in the energy sector, progress the energy transition and bring international exhibitors to Western Australia. Clean and renewable energy is in strong demand […]
Australia has been crowned the world leader of LNG production, but the local industry can still learn from mature operators in other geographies that have weathered multiple commodity cycles and created an integrated, diversified offshore industry, the AOG 2020 conference is set to be told.
Despite deeming it a slightly outdated term, Deloitte Access Economics Partner Matt Judkins said social license to operate would be one of the biggest considerations for the oil and gas sector in the future.
During AOG 2018 Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan announced the creation of an LNG Jobs Taskforce designed to encourage collaboration across the LNG sector and to benefit those working within it.
With rising demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), largely driven by growth in China and other Asian nations, the time to capitalise is now, according to Woodside Chief Operations Officer Meg O’Neill.
Perth is the only Australian city to be admitted into the World Energy Cities Partnership, which signifies Western Australia’s continual growth as a world energy leader. However, it’s Western Australia’s reputation as a global liquefied natural gas (LNG) hub that will bring long-term economic benefits to the State.
Timor-Leste is set to become the majority owner of the Greater Sunrise gas field after taking Shell’s 26.56% stake for US$300 million (AUD$415 million) following on from an earlier buy-out of ConocoPhillips’ 30% stake for $350 in early October.
SANTOS has outlined plans to grow production to more than 100 million barrels of oil equivalent (mmboe) by 2025, almost doubling current levels of production.