AOG and Subsea Australia Conferences Merge

SeaDiscovery.com
Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Papers and presentations are sought for the Subsea Australasia Conference and the Australasian Oil & Gas Conference (AOG), which will merge for the first time at AOG 2014.

The merging of conferences will enhance the delegate experience by offering more content and a greater range of sessions with subsea streams incorporated into the Australasian Oil and Gas Conference (AOG), held February 19-21.

Event Director, Bill Hare said the Subsea Australia Conference, a joint initiative between Subsea Energy Australia, Subsea U.K. and the Society for Underwater Technology will cease to exist in name only.

“The new conference format at AOG 2014 will connect professionals with a greater range of experts sharing their knowledge and expertise than ever before,” Hare said. “In addition to conference streams on Australian industry participation, safety, resourcing, operations and maintenance, marine supply base and logistics and productivity, there will be dedicated Subsea streams within the AOG conference. These will explore new advances, challenges and solutions facing field development, subsea pipelines, FLNG, well management and oceans and sediments.”

The conference will cover topical content from case studies to in-field experiences, new techniques and lessons learned.

The deadline for conference paper submissions is September 16, 2013. Australia’s largest oil and gas event, AOG will take place at Perth Convention and Exhibition Center from February 19-21, 2014.

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