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Onshore Gas Supply Chain - What will it look like?

  • 20 Aug 2018
  • 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • OAKS Elan Darwin
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The onshore gas sector is somewhat new to many SME’s across the Territory and understanding the supply chain, phases through exploration, appraisal and development are crucial. Looking at potential procurement and buying behaviours of Operators and their major contractors will help businesses start to consider how and where their capability might fit in to the supply chain and what their businesses can do now to ensure they are well placed to take advantage of these new opportunities.

Energy Club NT will will be hosting a half day information session to educate Northern Territory SME’s and assist local businesses to best position themselves for ongoing opportunities in the oil and gas sector.

Expected outcomes:

  • Increase education and awareness of onshore project lifecycle and industry supply chain
  • Identify services that are crucial to onshore project delivery
  • Share information on types of procurement and buying models likely to be implemented as the industry progresses
  • Prepare businesses for potential opportunities
  • Encourage long term strategies to grow service capability of NT SME’s
  • Understand expected competency and safety requirements that may be different to servicing traditional offshore projects
The potential for the growth of the onshore industry in the Territory is remarkable and has been recognised as an unrivalled global precedent, rich in resources and development opportunity. Over the coming years the industry will see world-class investment in the sector through exploration and production of unconventional oil and gas. Forecasts indicate that as the industry grows, the Northern Territory will see game-changing economic growth.

With a positive decision to proceed with the development of the onshore gas industry, it is important that the industry, government and supporting businesses work together to ensure safe and responsible outcomes to benefit the Territory and also ensure businesses are benefiting from being given to opportunity to participate in service and supply of the projects as they develop.

All tickets include networking drinks and canapes at the end of the session

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