NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) — Australia’s only Industry Growth Centre for energy resources — is pleased to return for its fourth consecutive year as a principal sponsor of the Australia Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference.
As the only industry-led research and knowledge organisation for Australia’s energy resources industries, NERA is the go-to centre for energy resources solutions, technologies and services, and is uniquely positioned to support sector-wide transformation and unlock +$10 billion of new value for the Australian economy.
NERA delivers value to the national economy by leading initiatives that drive global competitiveness, sustainability and innovation across the sector.
NERA at AOG 2020
At AOG 2020, join NERA for a three-day showcase of programs, workshops, networking and engagement opportunities that are supporting Australia’s LNG industry explore new technologies, optimise assets, increase productivity and improve future developments.
Visit NERA’s exhibition area to discover new technologies drawn from across our collaborative industry network and meet with industry decision-makers, innovators and collaborators who are transforming the oil and gas industry.
Our collaborative stand will showcase new technologies from entrepreneurs demonstrating their innovative products and services in the fields of data and digitisation, automation and robotics, artificial intelligence machine learning.
With all this and more in the one location, make NERA your go-to destination at AOG 2020.
“AOG is now the go-to-event in Australia for the oil and gas industry to find and partner with local supply chains, connect with innovative technologies and solutions and forge global connections.With WA now seen globally as one of the major energy hubs, along with Houston, Aberdeen and Stavanger, NERA is pleased to return in 2020 as a principal sponsor of AOG, bringing to the event an exciting range of NERA programs that are supporting the discovery, commercialisation and deployment of innovation and technologies, and ultimately maximising the benefits and jobs created in WA from having a strong, globally competitive, sustainable and diverse energy sector.”