AOG Energy exhibitors are eligible to cover costs as part of $50M Australian Business Events Grants Program, find out more.
In the United Kingdom and Norway, sector stakeholders are working together to secure a prosperous, low-carbon future.
The Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference is set to return to Perth 10-11 March 2021 as ‘AOG Energy’, re-energised and celebrating 40 years with a two-day event, showcasing local capabilities and exploring future opportunities.
Last week the Federal Government announced a welcome $50 million in funding to support the recovery of Australia’s business events industry, following the devastating impact of COVID-19 on our sector. Through the aid of grants and funding, businesses from all areas of the industry, including organisers, venues, and exhibitors, will be encouraged to attend events and trade shows with the new monetary program covering up to 50% of their costs.
AI companies are lining up to work with the oil-and-gas sector, but challenges remain.
Innovative new materials have potential applications in the oil and gas sector and beyond.
2020 has brought many challenges and changes to the world and the oil and gas industry has been no exception to the impacts of COVID-19. The subsea sector will now prepare to adjust and rise to the challenges ahead, as well as continuing to build Australia as a global LNG leader in line with the Western Australian Government’s mission.
In the current climate, we know AOG 2020 feels like a lifetime ago. Since then, we’ve seen the impacts of COVID-19 bring many challenges for the industry – projects postponed, budget cuts, redundancies and the lowest oil price in decades.
Designing subsea tie-in spools using conventional methodologies is an often expensive and time-consuming process. We spoke to Perth-based subsea engineering consultancy Atteris about their development of an automated design process using risk-based probabilistic methods to make the design of tie-in spools faster, safer and more cost-efficient.
From industrial waste to a high-grade fertiliser – how Carbon Mining are transforming carbon dioxide.
This advertorial is contributed by AOG exhibitor, Carbon Mining.