LNG 18, a global conference about the LNG sector, has left Australia for China, but what were the key messages from the conference? This episode is a recording of a presentation I made to the Petroleum Club of the Northern Territory on May 11, 2016,...
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.
Queensland Australia is now a serious #LNG player, with 3 producing projects. This podcast provides a good overview of the sector and its key challenges. The state has 6 LNG trains and more than 24 million tonnes of annual production, all from a pioneering new resource, coal...
On November 10, 2015, I gave a speech to the Queensland Petroleum and Exploration Association (QUPEX) on the current state of the oil and gas market. This is a recording of my remarks.Duration: 27m 31s...
What is my outlook
for the global oil and gas industry
? That was the subject of my recent presentation
to the Queensland Petroleum and Exploration Association
) on November 10, 2015. The title of my speech was "It's Raining Hard and There's No Relief in Sight
", a kind of weather report
for the sector. The title was based on a quote from the CEO of Anadarko
at one of his recent media updates, and it's pretty apt for Queensland which can be seriously damp at times (well, at least along the coast). So what is the outlook? The title says it all. But let me take you through it.
On October 20, 2015, I presented what I see as the top 10 Human Capital issues facing Australia's LNG sector. The slides are available on slideshare.net and it's best to listen to the podcast and read the slides. Duration: 19m 28s ...
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...
Originally published on July 13, 2015, this story explores how the big and sweeping trends in the global oil and gas industry come home to roost in Australia. It's based partially on Deloitte's recently published annual review of the global sector, which is available here for download.The...
How might an Australian gas company
go about improving its productivity
in these challenging times? This is an important topic for the industry, and we need to get this right to attract the next round of investment
. In August I presented on this topic to SEAAOC (South East Asia On shore and Off shore Oil and Gas Conference). I wanted to focus on what gas companies can specifically do
within their control to juice productivity. For a summary of the conference, search Twitter
for "#seaaoc15 @geoffreycann
" for my tweets from this event.
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