The future of Australia’s manufacturing sector, climate change and the role of nuclear energy are just some of the big issues to be debated when thousands of engineers of all disciplines descend on Melbourne for Convention 2014 – the largest engineering event ever held in the Southern Hemisphere. Organised by peak professional body, Engineers Australia, […]
They say good things come in threes and that was certainly the case for the Australian oil and gas industry recently when a hat-trick of major discoveries was made on the west coast of the country. Two of the discoveries are now considered once in a generation finds, with the potential to dramatically change the […]
Geoje Island in South Korea is a cultural melting pot. With a population of 200,000, more than 50,000 are expats from countries like Australia, UK, France and the US, many working on major Australian projects for companies like Shell, Inpex and Chevron. Since 2012, there’s been a slow and steady arrival of westerners to the […]
Woodside Energy Ltd CEO & Managing Director Peter Coleman is headlining a high quality list of keynote speakers for the inaugural East Africa Oil & Gas Conference Australia (EAOGA 2014) event
After a slight lill, global subsea activity is set for a dramatic period of activity with hardware Capex estimated to total US$117 billion between 2014 and 2018, a growth of more than 80% compared to the preceding five-year period, according to a new report from leading International oil and gas industry research group Douglas-Westwood (DW). […]
AOG 2015 is just around the corner, and I have to acknowledge the phenomenal growth in the size and importance of this event in Pert
Australia has seen an unparalleled ramp up of investment in resources and energy in recent years and as the value of projects under construction and the annual capital expenditure of the oil and gas sector continues to grow rapidly, some have suggested that the Australian oil and gas “boom” may have reached its peak and […]
AOG 2014 has now come to a close. With the doors now shut and visitors leaving the exhibition halls, exhibitors and organisers alike are now packing up shop after a record-breaking Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition.