Taking place in Perth, Western Australia on 13-15 March, the three-day event will cover a range of topics centred around the theme ‘An Energy Shift’, highlighting changing trends in the industry such as the rising confidence of the oil and gas market, effective transitioning of projects from construction to operations and maintenance, and new uses for LNG and new energy.
The conference program includes presentations from Woodside Energy, Chevron Australia, Deloitte and Scottish Development International and the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation.
“The industry has had a tough few years; however, a recovery in global oil prices, Australia’s world dominance of LNG exports and a resurgence in investment in the sector have set the scene for a vibrant program across all three forums,” said AOG Event Director Bill Hare.
AOG’s exhibition space will showcase more than 250 companies, providing an opportunity for policymakers, operators and service providers to meet, network and debate the future roles for natural gas and oil.
The event, considered one of the leading events on the global oil and gas calendar, is supported by Federal and WA Government, the City of Perth and the local oil and gas industry.
Last year AOG attracted more than 8,000 attendees from 45 countries.
For more information visit the AOG website.
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