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.
A global mindset is a prerequisite for a successful oil and gas industry in Australia over the next few years, according to NERA CEO Miranda Taylor.
Industry Confidence Whitepaper – Oil and Gas: The State of Play
In November 2018 Australia overtook Qatar as the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as projects worth billions of dollars came on-line and production ramped up.
Guest article by Neil Moore, Coates Hire
A decline in student enrolments in engineering courses, in particular from Australian students should be ringing alarm bells according to a report by Engineers Australia.
As oil prices on the open market fluctuate, producers must decide how they will best manage their resources to continue to meet market demand.
In only four weeks-time the curtain will be raised for this year’s Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG 2019), Australia’s largest oil and gas event, with a free to attend conference program and exceptional networking opportunities.
2018 was a great year for cash flow and profits of oil and gas operators. Despite the continued volatility in oil and gas prices, recent capital investment approvals suggest that we have reached a level where offshore projects are becoming viable again, especially for deepwater recovery. In the drilling contractor segment we are receiving signals that activity, in both the jack-up and floater markets, is slowly starting to pick up, as evidenced by the Mærsk Deliverer’s recent contract in Timor-Leste and the Maersk Convincer’s long-term contract in Brunei.
Widely regarded as Australia’s premier event specifically on diversity and inclusion for the oil and gas industry, the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) Diversity and Inclusion Breakfast will this year see Executives from Woodside Energy, Chevron Australia, Shell Australia and Baker Hughes – a GE Company debate “Diversity of Thought.”