Join local, national and international delegates from the Offshore Sector - Oil and Gas, Maritime Industry, Environmentalists, Port Operators, Port Facility Operators, Boat Harbour Operators, Harbour Masters, Petroleum Titleholders, Emergency Management Agencies, key stakeholders and remain updated, informed, and connected.
Featuring a high quality technical program designed for a multi-discipline audience, delegates will be able to review and compare past oil spill incidents, be able to implement future-risk plans, remain updated with industry regulation, learn from other disciplines - and be inspired by technological solutions of today, for tomorrow.
- 7.45AM - 8.00AM : ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION
- 8.05AM - 8.10AM : WQHN & MC HOUSEKEEPING AND INTRODUCTIONS - BY WQHN & MC
- 8.15AM - 8.35AM : ZALINE SUNGIP - PETROLEUM INDUSTRY OF MALAYSIA MUTUAL AID GROUP (Crisis and incident management - includes Malaysia Oil Spill
Contingency plan (MOSCOP))
- 8.40am- 9.05am : WAYNE O'BRIEN - RESILIENT SOLUTIONS (Managing future risks. MV Benita and MV Wakashio incidents in Mauritius and managing community engagement in recovery during COVID-19)
- 9.10am - 9.40am : DR ANDREW NEGRI - AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE (Assessing the impact of hydrocarbon releases on tropical reef species)
- 10.05am - 10.35am : MIKAELA NORDBORG - Australian Institute of Marine Science & James Cook University (The effects of ultraviolet radiation and climate on oil toxicity to coral reef organisms)
- 10.40am - 11.05am : DAVID BLONDEAU - PATISSIER CSIRO (A machine learning approach for oil spills detection in the Great Barrier Reef using Sentinel-1 SAR)
- 11.10am - 11.50am : NIGEL HOLMES - QUEENSLAND DEPT OF ENVIRONMENT AND SCIENCE (Maritime Environmental Emergencies : Oil Behaviour at sea and tools for assessing risk and response options)
- 12.45pm - 1.30pm : BENJAMIN ADAMSON - ASSOCIATE OF HFW LAW FIRM (Changes to the Australian offshore oil and gas decommissioning framework)
- 1.35PM - 2.15PM : DR JIMMY SEOW - ENVIRON PTY LTD HAZMAT (Considerations for oil spill response)
- 2.20PM - 3.00PM : GLEN MCDERMOTT - MARITIME DEPT OF TRANSPORT WA (The State Hazard Plan: Maritime Environmental emergencies)
- 9.45am - 10.00am : MORNING TEA BREAK
- 11.55am - 12.40pm: LUNCH BREAK
- in-Person breaks include morning tea, lunch, after the event canapes, drinks and networking until 4.30pm.
- Breaks include virtual delegate break schedules.
- Q & A (including virtual) ill be taken into account during the event.
- Please have questions ready for the Panel at the end, between 3.00pm - 3.15pm
Q & A
- 3.00PM - 3.15PM (VIRTUAL DELEGATES INCLUDED) CLOSE : 3.15PM (VIRTUAL DELEGATES)
- IN-PERSON DELEGATES
Networking, canapes and drinks to 4.30pm