The change was recently reflected in a new report from global specialist consultancy Accenture which identified that the right collaboration between industry, government and the workforce has the potential to see LNG developments add more than $55 billion to Australia’s GDP by 2020.
The Accenture report, titled “Ready or Not? Creating a world-leading oil and gas industry in Australia” has also identified that embracing innovation and digital technologies is a key components if Australia is to achieve that type of world leading success.
That focus on innovation, collaboration and creating efficiencies will certainly be highlighted in the conference content for AOG 2016.
The 2016 AOG Conference Committee is now seeking interesting presentations on a range of topics including subsea, FLNG, fixed and floating structures, safety, human capital and asset integrity, with the call for speakers officially open.