Australian LNG – “State of the Nation”
Join the RISC Conversation Series for postgraduate engineering and business students, and industry alumni.
- Tuesday 25 August 2015
- 5.30 pm Registration, 6.00 - 7.45pm Presentation and networking
- Tim Winton Lecture Theatre, Building 213:104, Curtin University
In this seminar, Martin Wilkes, Principal Advisor and Development Engineer at RISC, will lead discussions and cover such issues as:
- the development of the LNG industry in Australia
- the projects currently in construction and operation
- industry and international competitiveness
- the future of LNG and what it means
The series provides a forum for students to be exposed to thought leadership in the exploration and production sector, and to mix with industry professionals.
About Martin Wilkes
Martin has over 25 years’ experience in the international oil and gas industry encompassing upstream oil and gas, LNG and gas technology development with both large and small companies. Prior to joining RISC Martin had international roles with Shell and Woodside; his experience covers a wide range of roles including business leadership, training, and project development.
Martin holds a Master of Engineering Degree in Chemical and Process Engineering from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in the UK, he is a Chartered Chemical Engineer and a Member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers. He is also a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and a Chartered Environmentalist.
RISC is an independent oil and gas consultancy firm which has been working in partnership with companies for over 20 years, supporting their interests in the industry and offering a broad and innovative perspective on oil and gas projects around the world.
The RISC Group is comprised of highly experienced oil and gas consultants with complimentary core disciplines. All have held senior level positions at global oil and gas companies and combine to offer a wealth of deep industry experience covering the entire range of the oil and gas business life cycle.