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Following new developments to the Decommissioning and Abandonment Australia 2023 programme, Offshore Network has released a revised agenda.

More than 250 decommissioning experts are expected to attend this year’s D&A AUS conference, being held at the Duxton Hotel, Perth, from 30-31 May. As the country’s largest decommissioning summit, attendees will receive unique access to updated regulatory guidelines, innovative technologies and valuable lessons which contribute to the success of upcoming campaigns.

With the forthcoming decommissioning wave more visible than ever, D&A AUS 2023, like its predecessors, will serve as a meeting point for the industry to get ahead of the challenge and unlock the opportunities held within. Now, there is more incentive to join the community in Perth this year, with new presentations and tech displays added to the agenda.

Notably, Craig Baxter, Decommissioning Technical Manager from Claxton Engineering will present on innovation and collaboration in underwater laser cutting, allowing attendees to access insights into the tools capabilities and understanding of where the technology can be utilised best.

Visitors will now also be looking forward to a presentation from Richard Bazen, Sales Director of Energy from RemSense. At the conference, Bazen will look at mitigating the risk of HSE and decommissioning liabilities using photogrammetry based digital twins. With the digital age firmly upon us all, this is one session not to be missed.

Offshore Network has now announced additional facets with AF Offshore Decom presenting and Trident Australia exhibiting at the conference. Furthermore, the organiser has revealed group bookings from Woodside, Santos, Weatherford, Mann Group, Tetra Tech and more.

Find all relevant information and the agenda in the brochure here: https://offsnetevents.com/da-aus/

Or contact:
Erin Smith
Global Accounts & Australasia Regional Manager
Offshore Network Ltd.
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