QGCE registration opens

Registration for the free-to-attend, trade-focused Queensland Gas Conference and Exhibition, being held from the 24 to 25 November, is now open.

With two compelling days of educational seminars, mini training sessions, workshops, peer – peer networking and a range of quality exhibitors including Bilfinger Water Technologies, Cairns Centre for Drilling & Well Control, and NETZSCH, attendance provides a valuable business opportunity for industry professionals in CSG-LNG and related industry sectors.

The event will showcase the latest developments, challenges and opportunities facing the natural gas industry, and will focus on transitioning to the maintenance phase within the expanding CSG-LNG industry.

Visitors and delegates will be given the opportunity to learn from specialists, network with potential suppliers, partners and customers, as well as receiving crucial information needed to adapt and in this rapidly changing industry. This year’s Queensland Gas Conference and Exhibition program consists of enlightening and engaging speakers, presenting on an extensive range of topics including:

  • Recent findings on causes, delays and remedies for schedule and cost overruns for Australian gas projects, by John Steen, Associate Professor, UQ Business School, University of Queensland
  • New technology: exploring tight radius drilling in the Bowen Basin – a project update, by Scott Adam, Program Leader for Underground Coal, CRCMining
  • State of CSG-LNG market and the training necessities, by Penelope Twemlow, CEO, Energy Skills Queensland

Each seminar and training session has been categorised into one of the four key pillars: maintenance, digital gas field, drilling, and workforce. The digital gas field will cover instrument and control automation, information technology, sensor technology, network and data management, and integrated and intelligent operations. Workforce will consist of recruitment, training, skills transfer, community engagement, health and safety and environment. Plant maintenance, service products, productivity and optimisation, pipeline management, asset integrity and non-descriptive testing will come under the maintenance umbrella. Drilling will feature discussions and information on well completions, casing and tubing, environmental management, fluid management and exploration drilling.

 

 

For more details about the event and to register online, visit: www.queenslandgas.com.au

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