The annual Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference will showcase the oil and gas industry over three days with Australia's leading exhibition, a free conference program and industry networking opportunities.
Returning to Sydney Showground, this year's National Manufacturing Week event will feature over 150 exhibitors across 12 product zones, alongside two conferences with over 40 industry speakers.
NERA has announced the funding of $2.1 million for eight national projects, aimed at improving the global competitiveness of the energy resources sector.
The world's tallest, single lift prefabricated electrical structures for offshore use are being installed on a Malaysian FLNG facility.
Metal-organic frameworks are a next-generation material that have the largest internal surface area of any known substance, and can be used to capture, store and release chemical compounds — in this case, the salt and ions in sea water.
World-class advanced manufacturing training drives Industry 4.0 innovation
Global Advanced Metals (GAM) has announced it will begin direct tantalum mining in Western Australia, intending to make the state the world's largest source of the mineral.
We need to encourage everyone from the time they enter school to think as entrepreneurs, with a strong focus on creativity and business outcomes.
A robotic window cleaner, a water filter made from agricultural waste and a plastic made from prawn shells are the main winners of the 2018 BHP Billiton Foundation Science and Engineering Awards for school students.
NERA is coordinating Australia's first delegation and country pavilion at the Gastech Exhibition and Conference in September 2018, in Barcelona, Spain.
Australia's largest oil and gas event, the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG 2018), opens its doors in Perth in five weeks' time.
David Duncan, Managing Director of SICK in Australia and New Zealand, discusses the challlenges presented by the drive to Industry 4.0, and the ways in which sensor vendors must respond to them.