Call for speakers at AOG subsea forum
The AOG Energy 2023 Subsea Forum is Australia's leading event for subsea professionals and are now inviting speakers to their conference in Perth 15–17 March.
The AOG Energy conference is a venue for subsea professionals to join forces and identify the challenges and opportunities ahead, as well as showcasing technology and innovation for the underwater sectors.
AOG Energy is a free to attend, three-day event that explores the multifarious aspects of the subsea industry and creates an environment to share knowledge and encourage debate between peers, academics, and industry professionals. Recent world events have focussed attention on the future of energy security, decarbonisation, and the need for transition to potential new clean energy sources.
Learning to live with the effects of a pandemic has also added pressure on international markets and the economic strain is being felt by almost everyone. Australia has been world leading in developing its capability in LNG, which continues to play a crucial part of the future global energy mix.
The subsea industry is a key enabling sector that will ensure the fields feeding LNG trains are developed, maintained effectively, and operated efficiently for many years to come, followed ultimately by decommissioning.
More importantly, the subsea sector’s knowledge, expertise and technology will play a significant part in the future decarbonisation of the offshore energy mix. Areas such as Offshore Wind, Wave power, CCS/CCUS and Hydrogen are important for Australia’s future, and the subsea sector is eager to rise to the new challenges and opportunities.
Managing our oceans’ resources and protecting the environment are also key areas for us and future generations to consider and debate.
Call for speakers
Submit your paper
Deadline 30 September
- Cost efficient subsea developments
- Pipeline innovation and technology
- Subsea control systems and digital twins
- Remote systems and communications
- Digital acquisition and analytics
- Autonomous operations and artificial intelligence
- Late life planning and decommissioning
- Decarbonisation/Energy transition in subsea
- Offshore wind and legislation
- Wave power
- Submissions referring to case studies will be
- Prior to submission, company and joint venture
clearance must be obtained. Any perceived
problems concerning clearance should be
outlined when the paper proposal is submitted
- Ideally your submission will not have been
presented before and should contain new