The AOG Energy Exhibition and Conference returns this year, energised for the future. Bringing the energy sector together for three days of collaboration, delegates will discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the transition and work toward a decarbonised future.
Based in Perth, AOG Energy sets itself apart with strong support from government, project operators and global industry players.
AOG Energy includes a world class conference programme. The three dedicated theatres will cover the entire value chain with deep dives into wind power, renewable energy sources – including carbon capture and storage – and strategic keynotes providing insights into how the industry is progressing environmental resilience and sustainable outcomes.
Respected experts from across the global supply chain will be speaking at the conference. Some of the contributors include Dr Matthias Raab, Rebecca Tomkinson, Neil Gordon and Orla McSharry.
This year, AOG Energy will focus more than ever on connecting people, with 200+ exhibitors in attendance, including 30 per cent from overseas. The global showcase will span smart tech, innovation, engineering solutions and more across the entire energy supply chain. AOG Energy presents an invaluable networking opportunity to connect both global and local markets and promote Western Australia as an attractive investment location.
The Diversity & Inclusion Breakfast this year will explore the topic, ‘What’s my age again? Cultivating a future without bias’. The concept of generational diversity, intergenerational collaboration, lifelong learning, career transition, mentorship and ageism. Dr Tom Verghese will be joining the D&I Breakfast as the keynote speaker.
The event will also see the return of Subsea Welcome Drinks reception and a series of networking events.
Commenting on AOG Energy 2024, Western Australia Premier, Roger Cook, said, “We are looking forward to welcoming more than 6,000 attendees from nearly 40 countries to Perth for the 2024 AOG Energy Conference.”
“The State Government is committed to helping promote the participation of local small and medium enterprises in major projects and generating opportunities for Western Australian energy companies to participate in global supply chains.”
Engagement of this size will position Western Australia, and the nation, as a global leader in the continued development that are integral to forming the industry collaboration required to accelerate the energy transition.
Federal and Western Australia State Government representatives will be in attendance, as well as keynote speakers from AOG Energy sponsors including the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, Woodside and Chevron.