Partnering with the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT), Subsea Energy Australia (SEA) and Subsea UK, the Subsea Forum focused on how the Australian Subsea industry can adjust to the evolving market.
As the world emerges from the effects of the pandemic, the global oil and gas sector has seen a steep drop in project investment and has focussed on cost-saving measures. Australia is recognised as a world leader in LNG and continues to develop and engineer many innovations in offshore energy production. Industry trends indicate there will be an increased focus on cost efficiency, remote operations and net-zero targets.
The 2022 Subsea Forum program will explore topics across innovation in subsea pipelines, autonomous operations, decommissioning, digital twins and more.
Applications are now open to submit your abstract to be considered to be presented in the Subsea Forum at AOG Energy 2022.
More information can be found here. To submit your abstract, click here.
Richard Beck - Using artificial intelligence and machine learning to populate Digital Twins.
Andrew McCormack - Systematic Inventive Thinking in Action - Innovation in Subsea Concept & Schedule acceleration.
Subrata Bhowmik & Suba Rohrman - Digital Twin for Energy Transition: A Case Study on Hydrogen Transportation.
Peter Baker - Subsea Electrical Power Transmission Technology
Allison Selman & Lucy Muir - Enhancing stakeholder engagement through digital modelling of the degradation process of decommissioned subsea infrastructure