Western Australia is a global powerhouse for energy exports and is set to become a world leading, sustainable and diversified energy supplier. The State is home to significant onshore oil and gas reserves and is the second largest provider of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
It has huge potential in renewable energy, hydrogen as well as energy sourced from battery materials. Its capital city Perth is a member of the World Energy Cities group, alongside the ranks of established global centres, including Aberdeen, Stavanger, Houston and Calgary.
The last 15 years has seen a tremendous growth in production and local know-how, and the focus for government and industry has now turned to how to capitalise on this during operations and to establish Perth as a global energy hub.
1 in 3 households in Western Australia have solar panels installed
13.9% World LNG exports
Many of Western Australia’s energy companies are actively looking for European partners and investors, while the Western Australian Government welcomes interest in acreage releases.
Western Australia is positioned for success. There are over 800 global and local oil and gas companies in Perth, with a significant presence from majors, EPCs, and service providers. If you would like to be part of this, contact our office.
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Team WA shows the world what makes Western Australia a global energy hub
The Government of Western Australia’s London office (WAGO), together with NERA (National Energy Resources Australia), led a major collaborative effort at ‘Offshore Europe 2019’ in Aberdeen to deliver a high-profile exhibition pavilion stand that showcased the state of Western Australia and its global status as a leading energy hub…. Read more