Events

UPBEAT OIL & GAS INDUSTRY TURNS OUT IN FORCE FOR AOG 2017

A forecast turnaround in the oil and gas industry has been reflected by a strong turnout for day one of the 36th staging of the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) in Perth today. Organisers are estimating up to 8,000 attendees will pass through the doors of the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) over the three days of AOG 2017 to see more than 300 exhibitors from

Critical industry gathering begins in Perth tomorrow

The eyes of the oil and gas industry will turn towards Perth tomorrow when one of the world’s leading petroleum industry events opens its doors for the 36th time. The three day Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) will run from Wednesday February 22 to Friday February 24 and will bring together key decision makers from around the globe to discuss the latest developments for an oil and

LONG PIPES BRINGS AWARD WINNING “SPACE AGE” TECHNOLOGY TO AOG

Multi-award winning Long Pipes Limited will be displaying its “game changing” composite pipe technology at the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) 2017 in Perth this month. Through its use of “space age” technology, Perth-based Long Pipes recently took out the highly regarded Australian Technology Competition: People’s Choice Award and a prestigious new oil and gas technology prize awarded by the National Energy Resources Australia (NERA). Long Pipe’s

AOG a key event for the global oil and gas subsea sector in 2017

AOG’s importance as a leading promotor of the global subsea sector will again be on display when Australia’s largest oil and gas event is staged in Perth, Western Australia, next February. With subsea seen a key growth area in the South East Asian region, the sector will be a major discussion point at the Australasian Oil & Gas (AOG) Exhibition & Conference (AOG) 2017. Adding to the historic support of

New look AOG takes industry input onboard to create event for the ages

MONTHS of research and in-depth discussions with the oil and gas industry has helped shape a new look AOG Exhibition & Conference (AOG) 2017 which will be staged in the Western Australian capital of Perth next February. Taking into account the significant changes that have occurred in the oil and gas sector on the back of depressed commodity prices, AOG organiser Diversified Communications undertook unprecedented discussions with key industry participants

OSEA2016 focuses on showcasing solutions for asset optimisation

THE organiser of the OSEA2016 International Conference have introduced a brand new learning and training format consisting 18 masterclasses at the annual oil and gas gathering. The new content is in response to the current industry outlook and it will allow delegates to gain practical skills and knowledge from hands-on experts in order to navigate the current climate, to emerge stronger and more successful. “Amid a changing oil and gas

Vinyl ester lining range launched

HEMPEL has launched a new range of linings designed specifically for challenging applications, the company has announced. Known as the Hempaline Defend range, the vinyl ester linings are designed specifically for applications where heavy-duty performance is critical to reducing corrosion and maximising production uptime. These could include tanks, stacks, ductwork, flue gas desulphurisation units and secondary containment areas, Hempel said. In the power generation industry the linings are used to

Technology draws crowds to MTA Vietnam

MTA VIETNAM, the International Precision Engineering, Machine Tools and Metal-working exhibition, will return from 5 to 8 July 2016 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre (SECC), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. First launched in 2005, MTA Vietnam has gradually expanded over the years to become Vietnam’s most comprehensive manufacturing technology trade event. In 2016, MTA Vietnam will once again bring together many industry leaders and professionals working in the

Indonesia’s O&G sector to receive crewboat

STRATEGIC Marine kicking off its first collaboration with PT Pelayaran Tanjung Kumawa will deliver an exclusive luxury crewboat in November this year. The vessel is being developed for use in Indonesia’s oil and gas industry. Strategic Marine senior business development manager Rob Boersma said the vessel is currently under construction at the group’s facility in Vietnam. “This 24-metre luxury catamaran, with capacity for 72 passengers, will be built to the

Kina postpones AGM after seismic findings

KINA Petroleum will postpone its annual general meeting until the second half of 2016, saying it will be better positioned to have the meeting at that time. Kina said the deferral to an as-yet unnamed date was because it was prioritising licence activity at present. “At this time, however, the review and extension process for several of the country’s licenses remains underway and the board is of the view that