The Australasian Oil & Gas (AOG) conference and exhibition is Australia's largest oil and gas event.
The three-day conference is held annually in Perth, Western Australia. It's a unique opportunity to see what's new in the industry and build business connections with market leaders.
This year, the AGO will be held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from Wednesday 11th to Friday 13th of March.
Meet the Operators
For the first time, oil and gas giants Woodside, Shell, Santos, Chevron, Inpex, NERA and JTSI are joining together on a collaborative stand.
This joint stand provides a unique opportunity for attendees to meet the leaders one-on-one and discuss upcoming projects, challenges and ideas.
These major operators will also be presenting, for the first time at the AGO, its forward work plans.
Renewable & Energy Storage Zone
New in 2020 is a dedicated renewables & energy, storage zone to the exhibition floor.
Australia is becoming one of the leading investment destinations for renewable energy for the oil & gas industry globally.
It is predicted that 50 per cent of all electricity generated around the globe in 2030 will be from renewable energy. At the zone, there will be a hub of all the latest technologies, innovations and opportunities to network.
Something for everyone
There's something for everyone at this year's Australasian Oil and Gas conference. And, as Premier Mark McGowan noted, WA is a well-positioned leader in the space.
"Western Australia is the preeminent jurisdiction for LNG in Australia. Australia is the world’s largest LNG exporter in 2019, surpassing Qatar. In fact, if Western Australia was a country, it would be the world’s second-largest LNG exporter after Qatar," Mark stated.
"Our vision is to establish Western Australia as a recognised global leader in an LNG innovation, supporting services across Australia and internationally, generating local jobs and business opportunities for Western Australians," he continued.
"There are opportunities to be seized here: To grow the industry, to put WA in the centre of it, and create local jobs especially if we keep collaborating, for the common good."