Published - 16th August 2017
The industry and the public policy environment in which we operate has never been more challenging, and the "business as usual" approach is no longer an option according to Peter Fairclough, General Manager – Policy, Government & Public Affairs, Chevron Australia when speaking at the Petroleum Club's July industry dinner.
The cyber security of industrial control systems (ICS) attracted a lot of attention since the first targeted attack on such a system in Iran 2010. The 2012 attack on a leading oil & gas company in the Middle East region, too, remains among the most significant attacks on the process industries to date
The global tax landscape is rapidly changing with governments, tax authorities, the media and the general public calling for a clearer picture of the fiscal policies of organisations, as well as the amount of tax they pay.
Non-destructive is an important field of engineering and science, which can prevent accidents, reduce costs, improve product reliability and better plan repair schedules, all factors which make experts such as Mike Needham critical to maintaining a healthy oil and gas industry in WA.
Mike recently made the move to Perth when the Laboratory for Materials Analysis and Testing Services - better knows as LMATS - opened its doors in on the West Coast, and as the company’s Regional Manager, he handles projects in both Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
Prelude is the first deployment of Shell's FLNG technology that will see a 488-metre long floating facility extracting and liquefying gas at sea before it is exported to customers around the globe. The project is located approximately 475km north-north east of Broome in Western Australia.
Australia's pre-eminent oil and gas investment forum for junior and emerging oil and gas explorers and producers. Held at Hyatt Regency Perth on 13 & 14 September.
Petroleum Club of WA members will receive an extension on the early bird rate!