AOG Energy returns for 2021

Thursday, 18 February, 2021

AOG Energy returns for 2021

The Australasian Oil & Gas (AOG) Exhibition & Conference will return to Perth with its continued focus on exploring future opportunities for local companies in the energy sector. The event, which is celebrating its 40th year, will run from 10–11 March 2021 at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre.

To reflect the innovative and changing environment of the oil and gas industry, the event has been rebranded as AOG Energy. The theme for this year’s event is ‘For an Evolving Industry’, highlighting the renewed focus on energy transition and opportunities that may not have previously been available to local businesses within the oil and gas industry.

The event’s ‘Forward Work Plans’, which provide local SMEs with detailed information on current and future opportunities in the industry, continue to receive industry support and recognition.

An added incentive has been provided this year by the Australian Government, with the introduction of the Australian Business Events Grants. Under the grant, AOG Energy exhibitors are eligible for funding to cover up to 50% of their costs of setting up an exhibit. The grants can be used for the hire of exhibition spaces, the design and manufacture of displays, and travel and accommodation.

The Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation is again a proud sponsor of AOG Energy and is partnering with AMC Management WA to exhibit and promote under the theme ‘Local content and local jobs for Western Australians’.

AOG Energy Event Director Bill Hare said the event had always been curated to reflect the ever-changing nature of the oil and gas industry.

“AOG Energy will remain a platform for innovation in all aspects; now with a renewed focus on the energy transition, including hydrogen, renewables and emissions-reduction technology, and the importance of local capabilities in driving the industry forward,” he said. “We know intricately the importance and impact that networking opportunities and face-to-face interaction at events like AOG Energy can have on driving business and growth.”

To register for the event, go to

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