AmCham Business Luncheon
"Oil - South Australia's Future?"
When: Friday 21 October
Time: 11:45 to 2pm
Where: Adelaide Convention Centre
Reg Nelson, South Australian Minerals and Petroleum Expert Group (SAMPEG)
Professor Peter McCabe, Head of School, The Australian School of Petroleum,
The University of Adelaide
Matthew Doman, Director SA/NT for Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (AAPEA)
Oil giants Chevron, Santos and Statoil are pursuing plans to explore one of the world’s largest potential oil resources in the Great Australian Bight. With a trillion dollar potential the exploitation of the Bight could be a game changer for the South Australian economy. What are the benefits for business and government? How do SA companies offer their products and services? How do we exploit this potential resource for the benefit of the community? What are the risks?
Despite BP’s decision not to progress with exploration activity, the resource and opportunities remain. BOOK NOW
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SAMPEG was appointed in 2004 to promote SA's resource potential. The state government is willing to back investors in the resources sector in a tangible and substantial way.
The Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) at The University of Adelaide is a world-class centre for petroleum education, training and research.
APPEA represents Australia’s oil and gas exploration and production industry. Its member companies account for an estimated 98 per cent of Australia’s petroleum production.
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