Diversified Communications Australia is proud to announce the winners of the ‘Best Stand Awards’ for the 2019 Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG).
With Australia now the world’s biggest LNG exporter, the industry must leverage the current position and take a bold rethink of business and operating models to ensure a successful and sustainable future.
Bhagwan Marine is celebrating one of its most significant achievements in two decades of operation, with the award of the challenging and prestigious Port of Melbourne Marine Maintenance Contract.
Industrial IOT Innovator MOVUS Launches First Wireless, Intrinsically Safe, Continuous Condition Monitoring Tool
Targets Oil & Gas and heavy asset industries through partnership with ALS
The Cervelo S5 is an aerodynamic road bike built for the fastest sprinters in the world. It is stiffer and more aerodynamic than ever before, while offering excellent comfort and ride quality. If you live for the exhilaration of going fast, the S5 will give you every possible advantage. This year at AOG, Prochem Pipeline Products in conjunction with their parent PON company will be giving visitors the opportunity to win a Pon.Bikes Cervélo S5.
Chevron Australia today announced the commencement of domestic gas deliveries from the Chevron-operated Wheatstone natural gas facility near Onslow, Western Australia.
Despite deeming it a slightly outdated term, Deloitte Access Economics Partner Matt Judkins said social license to operate would be one of the biggest considerations for the oil and gas sector in the future.
During AOG 2018 Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan announced the creation of an LNG Jobs Taskforce designed to encourage collaboration across the LNG sector and to benefit those working within it.
With rising demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), largely driven by growth in China and other Asian nations, the time to capitalise is now, according to Woodside Chief Operations Officer Meg O’Neill.
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.