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  • Innovation in oil and gas asset integrity on display at AOG 2019

    While the term ‘innovation’ may have some running for the hills, a group of NDT and asset management experts who will be speaking and exhibiting at the 2019 Australasian Oil & Gas Conference & Exhib... more
  • A shift towards new energies on the program for AOG 2019

    Australia’s Woodside Energy has joined a number of large global oil and gas firms investigating how they can add renewables to their production portfolio and supply chain, alongside other supermajors includin... more
  • clusters

    Richard Rickett talks clusters, collaboration and value creation

    In 2017, the Subsea Innovation Cluster Australia Steering Committee announced Richard Rickett as Australia’s first Subsea Cluster Manager. AOG spoke to Richard before his presentation on day two of the con... more
  • AOG 2018

    Highly successful AOG 2018 reflects resurgence of oil and industry confidence

    Australia’s largest oil and gas event has completed its 37th successful staging, with plans revealed for a significant industry expansion in 2019. Diversified Communications, the organiser of the 2018 Aust... more

Innovation in oil and gas asset integrity on display at AOG 2019

While the term ‘innovation’ may have some running for the hills, a group of NDT and asset management experts who will be speaking and exhibiting at the 2019 Australasian Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (AOG) are reaping the benefits of it as Australia’s LNG industry transitions from a construction to a maintenance cycle. Robotics In many instances, inspection work on process vessels and tanks on offshore oil and gas rigs have required shutting down the platform to facilitate manual inspection – a process that is often time-consuming, unproductive, costly and of course, extremely hazardous... more

A shift towards new energies on the program for AOG 2019

Australia’s Woodside Energy has joined a number of large global oil and gas firms investigating how they can add renewables to their production portfolio and supply chain, alongside other supermajors including ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP and Total — all of which are raising thier investment in cleaner energy. A shift towards new energies will be a highlight at the 2019 Australasian Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (AOG) according to Event Director, Bill Hare. “Renewables are reliable, plentiful and will continue to decrease in cost as technology and infrastructure improve, so it’s ea... more
clusters

Richard Rickett talks clusters, collaboration and value creation

In 2017, the Subsea Innovation Cluster Australia Steering Committee announced Richard Rickett as Australia’s first Subsea Cluster Manager. AOG spoke to Richard before his presentation on day two of the conference’s Collaboration Forum to find out more about the SICA and how what it means for the Nation’s oil and gas industry. What is the Subsea Innovation Cluster Australia? Subsea Innovation Cluster Australia (SICA) is Australia’s first Subsea Cluster, an exciting new entity bringing together companies across the entire subsea value chain, fostering collaboration and innovation, and creating acc... more
AOG 2018

Highly successful AOG 2018 reflects resurgence of oil and industry confidence

Australia’s largest oil and gas event has completed its 37th successful staging, with plans revealed for a significant industry expansion in 2019. Diversified Communications, the organiser of the 2018 Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG 2018), has reported that more than 8000 people passed through the doors of the Perth Exhibition & Convention Centre (PCEC) over the three days of the event from March 14 to 16. AOG 2018 also catered for 265 exhibitors from 14 countries, while more than 1600 people attended the three “Industry Forums” staged during the event. AOG 2018 Eve... more