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.
Current trends in drilling and completions heavily influence the way in which the oil and gas sector approaches this critical element of the industry, particularly in Australia’s deep-water environments and unconventional onshore reserves.
More than ever, operators, suppliers, contractors and drilling companies alike are aware of the need for and value of comprehensive sets of standards that provide greater consistency of safe practices worldwide with industry leaders, represented by the ‘International Association of Oil & Gas Producers’ (IOGP) identifying a prize of $60 billion for the global oil and gas industry from collaboration and standardization.
LNG JOBS TASKFORCE ANNOUNCES EXTENSIVE OPERATOR BRIEFINGS AT AOG
Official WA Government Statement
Major operators set to Present Forward Work Plans at AOG 2020
Last month the AOG team had the privledge of being a part of Europe’s leading oil and gas event.
AOG 2020 Focus – an event for the industry: Driving Opportunity, Generating Confidence.
AOG, in conjunction with the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT), Subsea Energy Australia (SEA) and Subsea UK are seeking abstract submissions for presentations to be considered for the AOG 2020 Subsea Forum, as part of the AOG Conference.