2-4 Mar 2022
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre

Industry Supply Forum

The Industry Supply Forum focused on enhancing collaboration between operators, contractors and the supply chain to drive a greater understanding of challenges and access to opportunities.

The 2021 Industry Supply Forum addressed topics facing the Australian oil, gas and energy industry as it continues to evolve. Keynote speakers explored leading topics including the LNG Jobs Taskforce, Supply Chain Diversity, Renewables and New Energies, while enhancing collaboration between operators, contractors and the supply chain.

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Wednesday 10 March

Day 1

In 2020 NERA released a report (Growing Australia’s Oil and Gas Supply Chain), examining the rapid growth of the Australian oil and gas industry and focussing on the 3 recommendations to ensure our domestic suppliers unlock the full market potential, estimated to be worth a further $7 billion by 2030.

Miranda Taylor - Regenerating WA’s Energy Technology Supply Chains.
Linda Dawson - WA Capability
Lee Gallagher - Refurb Maintenance - One Stop Solutions

The New Wave of Service Opportunities – how oil and gas integrates with energy transition and how decommissioning is potentially a stepping stone into broader and longer term opportunities.

Hear insights from a large multinational to a local Aboriginal business on how they navigated Covid, collaborated within their supply chains, partnered with O&G majors to accelerate innovation and technology, and provide the market solutions in support of WA industry. The WA Government will also share their response during Covid and the recovery programs being launched to enhance local capability and the future of WA business sector.

Thursday 11 March

Day 2

Luke Blackbourn - ‘Large-scale Pilbara renewables – a roadmap’

Miranda Taylor - Hydrogen Clusters: Supporting Manufacturing Technologies for a Clean Energy Future.

Rob Grant - The Hydrogen Future – Perspectives from Fortescue.

James Miller-Randle - Entering the Hydrogen Era - Pacific Hydro's journey towards understanding - and commercialising - this emerging technology.

Geoff Ward - Hazer Group - WA's Emerging Clean Energy Producer.

While inaction will have the effect of curtailing Australia’s economic growth to the tune of $3.4 trillion and 880,000 fewer jobs in just 50 years, there is an upside – a new choice that Australia can make to create a new climate for growth. And the payoff? A bigger economy –$680 billion bigger – with 250,000 more jobs in just 50 years. It is a new choice – and an easy one to make.

Session curated and brought to you by SPE (Society for Petroleum Engineers) WA.

Neil Kavanagh - Upstream 2025
Claus Otto & Roland Hamp - Change, Education and Collaboration - Back to the Future!
Andrew Tan - Collaboration between Oil & Gas and Hydrogen Industries.
Leanne Cunnold - Collaboration in Space and on Earth 
Darren Palmer - “Minerals Logging While Drilling” – Collaboration between drilling and geophysics to improve mine planning decision making and improve drilling productivity.

Session curated and brought to you by SPE (Society for Petroleum Engineers) WA.

Wayne Panther - Digital: Getting Past the Hype.
Haytham Galal - The Future is Open: Digitalisation – A New Era for Oil and Gas.
Henry Debens - Inverting Seismic Data at Hyperscale.
Steve Smart - Getting value-for-money from your “Digital Transformation” – A Survival Guide for Leadership.

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