Darwin is the next great growth opportunity for service companies keen to participate in Australia's LNG growth spurt. But what are the opportunities, and how are they different from the experience in Gladstone?
What could be the impact of Brexit
on the oil, gas and LNG sectors?No one can say with any certainty what the outcome of Brexit will be but here's my early views.
Is there a better way
to deliver services
to unconventional gas fields
besides taking the conventional approach to gas field service management and fiddling
with it? Absolutely.
If you were prowling for big improvement opportunities
in Queensland's coal seam gas to LNG
sector, is there really $36 billion
waiting to be had? While attention in Australia seems permanently focused
on building yet more export trains
, I think there's more than enough prize
out there that does not involve spending scarce capital
to add more supply
to an over supplied market. This post is part of a series on gas factory thinking.
APPEA returns to Brisbane
this year and the conference
(hopefully) will bring into focus the significant challenges
facing the industry and stimulate a lively discussion
about the future
. I think we're due for an industry reset
. Here's a quick review of the global setting
drivers and sector actions
, to set the scene for you.
Many industries today benefit from applying analytics to their more vexing problems. Queensland's coal seam gasindustry (and likely shale gas industries elsewhere) has all the ingredients to make it an ideal place to apply analytics to its key problems.Here's 8 solution ideas that I think have great promise in the...
Australia's onshore oil and gas services sector is experiencing its very own recession, thanks to gyrating oil and gas prices. And it's going to last a while, if my calculations are correct. I haven't seen conditions this bad since 2008-09 when I worked with transport, fracking, drilling and construction companies...
On August 27, 2015, I presented to the SEAAOC conference in Darwin on how the oil and gas industry might go about improving productivity. I recorded my remarks for this podcast.You can also find the slide presentation at Slideshare.net. Just look for me by name.Duration:...
A number of the field service suppliers
to the oil and gas industry have been on the receiving end of new procurements that require fixed price bidding
. For many, this is a radically new feature
of the competitive landscape and is resulting in margins under 10%
. Field services buyers are pushing more delivery responsibility to suppliers in exchange for larger contracts and cost assurance.Many of Queensland's field services suppliers are not prepared to contract
under this brave new world. I'm sensing a number of shortcomings that will require attention or someone is going to get burnt.This post is a collaboration with Andrew Willims
, one of my colleagues at work.
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