The next Australasian Oil & Gas exhibition and conference (AOG 2019) will be held in Perth between 13th and 15th of March next year.
Future jobs in oil and gas will be a focus of the event’s collaboration forum, with sessions seeking to identify new long-term job opportunities focused on servicing, maintaining and improving existing oil and gas operations. The forum will also include a presentation from the Western Australian Government’s LNG Jobs Taskforce.
The oil and gas industry is currently going through rapid and radical changes related to new market requirements, the introduction of new technologies, increased digitalisation and the retirement of many experienced workers. There has been a significant industry, government and academic focus on identifying the workforce of the future.
AOG 2019 is determined to connect, re-engage and inspire the oil and gas industry to move forward and embrace the shifting market. With this renewed sense of optimism comes a focus on new jobs and employment. AOG 2019 is delighted to be working alongside the Government of Western Australia, Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation to deliver the collaboration forum.
As the largest gathering of oil and gas professionals in Australia, it’s an opportunity to network and create valuable connections.
“Input from industry leaders is key to the event’s success", said Bill Hare, AOG Event Director.
“We’re delighted to have Woodside, Chevron, Deloitte, NERA and the Department of Job, Tourism, Science and Innovation on board again, and we’re looking forward to the exhibition being 30 per cent larger this year with renewed optimism generating a high level of interest.”
AOG 2019 will feature a world class conference programme – in addition to the Collaboration Forum, attendees can also discuss the latest techniques and technology from specialised industry sectors at the Knowledge Forum or the Subsea Forum.
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