Setting the standards for the Australian Oil & Gas Industry
More than ever, operators, suppliers, contractors and drilling companies alike are aware of the need for and value of comprehensive sets of standards that provide greater consistency of safe practices worldwide with industry leaders, represented by the ‘International Association of Oil & Gas Producers’ (IOGP) identifying a prize of $60 billion for the global oil and gas industry from collaboration and standardization.
A shift towards new energies on the program for AOG 2019
Australia’s Woodside Energy has joined a number of large global oil and gas firms investigating how they can add renewables to their production portfolio and supply chain, alongside other supermajors including ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP and Total — all of which are raising their investment in cleaner energy.
A shift towards new energies will be a highlight at the 2019 Australasian Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (AOG).
Member under the microscope – Bernadette Cullinane
For the uninitiated, global oil and gas companies are complex labyrinths to navigate each with their own politics, culture, missions and purpose. It was working within one of these intricate networks, namely the Exxon Company at their headquarters in New Jersey, that grounded Petroleum Club of WA member Bernadette Cullinane in industry fundamentals and taught her how global companies operate.
We’re delighted to have the Brighter Program come on board as sponsor of the Next Generation Schools Program.
The Brighter program is a new way of talking to Australians about the role natural gas plays in their everyday life. The Brighter program exists to draw out and champion the positive stories surrounding Australian natural gas.