Call for Speakers

Forming part of the broader exhibition offering, the AOG Energy conference program is an essential component to the three-day event. Supported by Western Australian State Government and major operators, industry leaders come together to discuss, collaborate, and educate on topics across the entire energy landscape.

2024 Speaker Applications Now Closed

Future Energy Forum


Supported by Western Australian State Government and major operators, the Future Energy Forum is the centre of topical discussions around the outlook of the industry including market opportunities around decarbonisation, hydrogen, decommissioning, offshore renewables and more.

2024 topics:
• Role of Natural Gas in the Energy Transition
• Decommissioning
• Decarbonisation
• Offshore Wind
• Offshore Renewables (Wave, Current, Floating)
• Carbon Capture Utilisation Storage
• Critical Minerals, Battery Storage, Future Batteries
• Talent and Skills
• New fuels
• Hydrogen

Selection Criteria

Subsea Forum


Partnering with the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT), Subsea Energy Australia (SEA) and Global Underwater Hub (GUH), the Subsea Forum focuses on how the Australian Subsea industry can pivot to support the energy future.

2024 topics:
• Latest trends in subsea developments
• Carbon capture utilisation and storage
• Hydrogen/new fuels
• Offshore wind (motions, moorings, anchoring systems, cables and installation)
• Offshore renewables (wave, tidal and current)
• Late life planning and decommissioning
• Pipeline innovation and technology
• Cost effective subsea developments
• Control systems and remote operations
• Digital twins, data acquisition, AI

Selection Criteria

Knowledge Forum


Proudly bought to you by Australian Institute for Non-Destructive Testing (AINDT), The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA), Norwegian Technology Partners and the Society for Petroleum Engineers (SPE WA), the Knowledge Forum provides a platform to educate and inform through carefully curated technical sessions to help address the current challenges and opportunities.
We are seeking presentations to be considered for the RINA stream within the Knowledge Forum.

2024 topics:
• Offshore operations
• Autonomous systems
• Green shipping
• Maritime applications of data science

Selection Criteria

Submission Deadlines

Future Energy Forum: CLOSED

Subsea Forum: We are accepting late entries – submit your abstract via the portal above.
Please email us after you have submitted [email protected]

Knowledge Forum: CLOSED

FAQ

When will I find out if I’m successful?

  • All submissions will be reviewed by our conference committees and will be informed after the closing date whether they are successful or not.

Is there a fee for being a presenter?

  • Please note that AOG Energy event organisers, Diversified Communications Australia, don’t pay speaker fees or cover costs of travel, nor do we charge speakers to present.

I need to make an amend after I have submitted my paper, what do I do?

Can I submit multiple papers to be considered?

  • Yes, you can. Once you have created your account in the Speaker Portal you can submit multiple papers under different topics and forums.

Why do you need my headshot for submission?

  • If successful, your headshot will be used on the AOG Energy website to help promote your presentation. If you are unsuccessful, your personal details including your headshot will be archived in a digitally safe way.

When do you need a copy of my presentation?

  • If successful, you will receive further instructions on when we need your presentation. This will become available to you closer to the event date.

My case study has two authors, can we still submit?

  • Yes, please ensure that both author details are outlined in the biography section of your submission. We will contact you if we need further information.

I’ve been selected as a speaker; do I still need to register to attend AOG Energy?

  • No need, your contact form you completed at the time of submission covers this for you.
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