NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) recently hosted a ‘Lunch and Learn’ event, in conjunction with the Petroleum Club of WA, as part of its Opportunity Knocks program for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
Opportunity Knocks is a three-phase program launched to assist SMEs build their business value proposition and capability to engage with operators, contractors and service providers in the LNG supply chain.
The Lunch & Learn session gave a group of SMEs the opportunity to present their business directly to industry. Small businesses were able to promote their business and capability to the multinational companies including Chevron, GE and Shell.
NERA chief executive Miranda Taylor welcomed Mayday Spares, INX Software, Greenbase, Sentient Computing, Information Quality, Tensa Equipment and Well Data QA to present on their innovations, highlighting efficiencies with data collection, data visualisation, virtual tours for maintenance, safety and training and people moving.
As a not-for-profit, industry led organisation, NERA’s role is to maximise collaboration and innovation within the energy resources sector.
Programs such as Opportunity Knocks assists NERA to build a globally competitive sector which will continue to be a major economic contributor for the Australian economy.
Wednesday 12th July 2017