Businesses interested in supplying to the Australian LNG facilities will benefit from an updated report being launched at the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) in Perth.
ICN WA consultant Linus O’Brien said the first publication was initiated as ICN wanted suppliers to understand the best connection for them to offer their services or goods. “In a lot of instances, these companies were targeting the wrong contact. They should not be speaking to a Woodside, Chevron or Conoco Phillips. The pathway for the delivery of their core competency was via another channel,” Linus said.
“The goal of the publication is to have the contractors bidding and wining the tenders direct with the LNG operators to identify the items of their respective packages that they outsource.”
“The idea of the publication is that businesses can go in to the electronic PDF, type in their core competencies and get an idea of where that items sits in an onshore oil and gas operation, and more importantly, what companies they need to talk to about it.”
Australia currently has 20 operating LNG export onshore plants and a single offshore floating LNG facility, with total capacity of 87.8 million tonnes a year. Several plants are also considering future growth.
ICNWA will be represented at the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) and look forward to welcoming everyone at our stand O32. Ray Loh, ICNWA manager will be giving a brief presentation at the AOG session below on how you can utilise the LNG publication and ICN services to optimise your chances of winning work on major projects. Come along to obtain a copy of the publication.
AOG Industry Supply Forum
Wednesday 11th March 2020 | 11:30 – 13:00