Published - 20th December 2017
What a fantastic night of celebrations, thank you to everyone who came along to the Christmas Sundowner.
It was a wonderful way to wind down, relax with colleagues and finish off the year.
While Josh’s music was a great addition to the event, many would argue that the best soundtrack to the get-together was that of members talking confidently about 2018 in their respective areas of the industry.
Sponsorship provides an opportunity to showcase
and promote your company's brand and capabilities to industry networks.
We would like to thank all our supporters and sponsors throughout this years many events. We wish you all a wonderful holiday break and look forward to the opportunities of working with you again for 2018.
Leading international Diversity and Inclusion specialist, Juliet Bourke discusses the ideas, policies, practices and behaviours that have become a “calcified” part of the ways some industries and businesses have been run for way too long.
“We need to make job descriptions reflect modern reality and thus open up opportunities for a broader group of potential employees.”
As a father of three children under the age of 10, the General Manager of an engineering consultancy and a Board Member for several organisations, Paul Stone is the embodiment of the word ‘busy’.
He is also the Petroleum Club of WA's new President.
Other than being appointed the President of the Petroleum Club of WA's Board of Governors earlier this year, Paul is also a Director of a Nor-for-Profit Charity called Cahoots and the Deputy-Chair at his local Independent Public Primary School.
With less than 100 days to
go until the doors open for
the Australasian Oil & Gas
Exhibition & Conference
(AOG 2018) excitement is building for the 37th staging
of the leading international
oil and gas industry event.
Driving that excitement is a noticeable upturn in the
oil and gas sector and a list of new and innovative activities that will be part of a very full week at
AOG in 2018.
There are many different ways you can be involved in
the Next Generation Schools Program, both as a corporate team or an individual.
Contributions can be made through sponsorship, mentoring, providing interactive displays for the exhibition and corporate goodies and prizes that the students love.
We are pleased to announce that the Australian Gas Industry Trust have come on board as Platinum Sponsor of the Next Generation Schools Program, alongside INPEX and Quadrant Energy.