QLD gas in focus

Delegates enjoying presentations at the 2014 QG conference and exhibition.

Delegates enjoying presentations at the 2014 QG conference and exhibition.

Organisers of the 2015 Queensland Gas Conference and Exhibition (QG), Reed Exhibitions, has released the direction and structure of their free conference, held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 24-25 November.

The QG 2015 Conference will provide delegates with sessions based on current focuses within the industry, which have been identified through extensive industry consultation.

These focus areas or session streams include:
» Groundwater Assessment and the Environment;
» Improving Well Performance ;
» Drilling and Completions;
» Integrity and Asset Management;
» Safety & Risk Management;
» Procurement and Supply Chain Optimisation;
» Social Performance and Community Engagement;
» Cost Management.

These conference sessions will be delivered by industry leading representatives from private enterprise, industry groups, government departments and research institutions. With organisations such as BP, CRC Mining, the Department of Natural Resources and Mines Queensland, University of Queensland, QMI Solutions and CNC Project Management represented.

Robby Clark, Director of QG, said the conference was constructed with the clear intention of looking to the future of the industry in Queensland and arming attendees with insights into improving their operations.

“The conference program for QG 2015 has been built with the clear objective of providing attendees of the free conference with an opportunity to further their knowledge of technical aspects of the gas sector.”

“Delegates of the QG 2015 will be offered content that compliments the solutions offered by suppliers on the exhibition floor, with seminar topics aligned to both technical and strategic aspects.”

Delegates of the conference will also have the opportunity to attend specific paid workshops designed to delve into more detail on aspects of the industry. These will be held similar to last year and can be booked once registrations are live in early September.

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