Deep Sea Mooring (DSM) – a Vryhof company – are suppliers of safe, innovative and optimum quality mooring solutions. DSM deploys the best quality equipment and the sharpest minds for every single mooring project, around the world, with more than 10,000 components in operation worldwide. Most of the time, these assets remain out of sight […]
Australia’s oil and gas industry, like its peers around the globe, is dealing with massive disruption on multiple fronts. Managing Director in Accentures oil and gas practice Chrisophe Bordeau says the pressures are compelling operators to examine their very purpose and create new business models to thrive in the future.
A Step Towards Zero Carbon Emissions
More than 100 Oil and Gas and related industry businesses have reserved space at the upcoming Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition and Conference for the first time, with a jump in the number of booths dedicated to renewable energy, technology and asset integrity.
Expecting future marine fuels like ammonia, hydrogen or bio-LNG to slash carbon emissions from shipping in the short term is unrealistic and overlooks immediate steps which could be taken to reduce CO2 intensity from international shipping and better align the global fleet with the ambition levels of International Maritime Organization for 2030, the AOG 2020 conference will be told
Men will be encouraged to join a new industry project, tasked with creating gender inclusive recommendations tailored for the subsea and ocean-based industries, at this year’s Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition and Conference.
Australia has been crowned the world leader of LNG production, but the local industry can still learn from mature operators in other geographies that have weathered multiple commodity cycles and created an integrated, diversified offshore industry, the AOG 2020 conference is set to be told.
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A Case study: Baker Hughes and the Oil Field Alliance
The founder and CEO of a WA-based technology company says Australia has the capability to lead the world in oil and gas innovation and technology, but policy change and bravery within the industry are needed to do it.