After the recent world events, attention has been focussed on the future of energy security, decarbonisation and the need for transition to potential new clean energy sources. Learning to live with the effects of a pandemic has also added pressure on international markets and the economic strain is being felt by almost everyone.
Australia has been a world leader in developing capability in LNG, which continues to play a crucial part of the future global energy mix. The subsea industry is a key enabling sector that will ensure the fields feeding LNG trains are developed, maintained effectively, and operated efficiently for many years to come, followed ultimately by decommissioning.
Want to present at the 2023 Subsea Forum? Applications are now open.
The 2023 Subsea Forum program will cover topics such as cost efficiencies, pipeline innovation, digital twins, decommissioning, decarbonisation, renewables and more.
Submit your abstract to be considered below. Applications will close 30 September 2022. All applicants will be contacted after that date.
Registration to attend AOG Energy will open late 2022, stay tuned for more details.