DUG Australia
26-28 August 2014
Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Royal International Conv. Ctr.
Register Featured Sponsors
SchlumbergerTEAM Oil ToolsAntelopeQueensland GovernmentSantosSouth Australian Department of State DevelopmentPetro-King
JerehCondor EnergyTerrex GroupBaker HughesTIBCOLion EnergyGeoForce
Operator Sponsors
SantosOrigin EnergyCondor EnergyLion Energy
Hosted By
AWE LimitedAdvent Energy Ltd.Aurora Oil & Gas LimitedSantosHalliburtonStrike Energy Ltd.Total OilUnconventional Oil & Gas CenterOGI AustraliaStatoilE&P

Thank you for attending the 2014 DUG Australia Conference and Exhibition

This year 450+ attendees, 35+ exhibitors and 28 speakers converged at the Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane, QLD for Australia's preeminent event dedicated to the development of the country's vast CSG, shale, tight sand and LNG resources. Attendees experience two solid days of networking and in-depth industry coverage.

The event's speaker lineup was filled with industry experts from Australia and abroad. Attendees heard from top Australian producers like Senex Energy, Santos and Strike Energy; leaders from the Queensland and South Australian governments; the Australian Petroleum, Production & Exploration Association (APPEA); and leading global producers like PETRONAS, BHP Billiton and Magnum Hunter Resources.

Click here to view the 2014 conference agenda and download speaker presentations.

The event also featured a new Hydraulic Fracturing Pre-Conference Workshop. This special session gave attendees a deep-dive into best practices and proven technologies behind the breakthrough practice of fracking. Click here to view the workshop agenda.

The conference may be over, but the conversation isn't. Find out what other attendees are saying about the 2014 DUG Australia Conference and Exhibition. We would love to hear about your experience too!

 
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