NT Resources Week 2021
The annual Northern Territory (NT) Resources Week is northern Australia’s largest resources and construction industry based networking, conference and exhibition experience.
Now in its 13th year, this joint event unites three of northern Australia’s foremost resource industry events: The South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference (SEAAOC), Mining the Territory Conference and the Environmental Management and Logistics Forum.
Run in partnership with the NT Government, NT Resources Week is a leading meeting point for captains of industry in mining, exploration, engineering, oil and gas, constructions and environmental management across northern Australia and South East Asia. It will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre on 1 and 2 September 2021.
What is the South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference?
SEAAOC is northern Australia’s largest and longest established petroleum conference and brings together major players involved within Australasia’s oil, gas and petroleum industries. A joint initiative between Informa Australia and the NT Government, SEAAOC is a significant international opportunity to discuss key oil, gas and petroleum developments located across northern Australian and South East Asia.
Key themes for 2021 include:
- Energy transition, electrification and decarbonisation: Examining the role that the oil and gas sector will play.
- Australian economic update: Will we see a resurgence of the ‘Roaring 20s’ in the global economy?
- NT’s role in the ‘gas-led recovery’ for Australia.
- A look at the National Gas Infrastructure Plan and the Resources Technology and Critical Minerals Processing Road Map.
- An industry changing and repositioning: the shift to hydrogen by big oil and engineering companies.
- Onshore and offshore gas: project updates, reserves, economic benefits, investment and infrastructure:
- a focus on Beetaloo and McArthur Basins updates
- workforce and skills shortages.
- Gas’s critical role in facilitating a resurgent manufacturing sector.
- Potential for a gas-led manufacturing sector in the Top End.
- The drive for decarbonisation and carbon neutral LNG.
- Renewable hydrogen: investment, opportunities, and the outlook for using gas networks to scale up hydrogen.
- Has the time for floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) come and gone?
- Decommissioning offshore oil / gas assets: the outlook and opportunity.
- Liquid fuel security and storage in Australia.
- The east coast gas shortage situation.
What is the Mining the Territory Conference?
A unique networking opportunity and the Top End’s leading minerals conference, Mining the Territory provides the platform to engage with leading industry executives, government representatives, resource experts, regional stakeholders and Northern Australia’s services and supply sector.
Key topics include:
- Commodities outlook covering each of the Territory’s current and proposed export minerals with short to long-term analysis of their markets.
- Operational and development insights from existing and near-term mines.
- Updates from the Territory’s prospective explorers and geological experts.
- Government commentary on sector development, growth strategies and ongoing initiatives.
- A look at how the NT minerals sector is engaging with its locals, supporting its communities and ensuring local content.
What is the Environmental Management and Logistics Forum?
The Environmental Management and Logistics Forum will bring together environmental practitioners and members of the resources industry to showcase ways for the mining and onshore gas sectors to better manage their environmental impact, while also supporting stakeholder engagement and regional development.
Key themes for 2021 include:
- Government approvals: recent and proposed regulatory changes.
- Mine site rehabilitation: closure planning during early mine site planning, feasibility and an expectation of the regulators, assessment delays.
- Project and development updates from major mining and onshore gas companies.
- Mining exploration activities.
- Community and stakeholder engagement, local content and regional development / Aboriginal landholder engagement.
- Environmental innovation: drones and 3D scanning.
- Cleaner energy practices / clean energy powerhouse.
- Environmental Management Plan: updates and challenges.
- Sustainable energy future and emissions reduction.
- Assessment and management of water quality issues across the energy (shale gas), gold and base mining sectors.
- Hydraulic fracturing.
- Mining operations adopting hydrogen.
For more information and to register, go to the Northern Territory Resources Week website.
Last updated: 02 July 2021
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