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The Roundtable for Oil and Gas in South Australia with broad-based industry and community membership was established with a focus on unconventional petroleum in 2010. The Roundtable was formed to enable stakeholder feedback and guidance for the advancement of oil and gas projects in South Australia. The Roundtable meets annually to share information about the latest developments in the upstream natural gas and oil sector, and agree priorities for action. This informs government actions to sustain energy security and jobs while protecting social and natural environments.
Since the Roundtable for Oil and Gas in South Australia last met in November 2019, the global COVID-19 pandemic and the collapse in oil price have impacted the local to global markets. The local oil and gas sector is responding to the recent oil price collapse as well as the energy market challenges in transition to emissions reduction, and increased competitiveness and use of renewables. Both oil and natural gas have critical roles in energy markets for decades to come.
Your feedback or enquiries about the Roundtable for Oil & Gas are welcomed.
Roundtable members are invited to attend the upcoming meeting of the Roundtable for Oil and Gas Projects in South Australia.
The format of the Roundtable has changed and this year it will commence with a networking breakfast planned to be addressed by the Minister for Energy and Mining, Hon Tom Koutsantonis MP.
A key theme for the Roundtable this year is the role of natural gas in the State’s energy transition. The preliminary program includes speakers like Tony Wood (Grattan Institute), Rick Wilkinson (EnergyQuest), Saul Kavonic (Credit Suisse), selected speakers from the SPE Asia Pacific Conference as well as representatives of companies exploring for energy resources, including oil and gas, natural hydrogen and carbon capture and storage opportunities.
The event will also be live streamed as per last year, but members are encouraged to attend in person and get full benefit from the many networking opportunities. Note that the venue has rigorous COVID-19 protocols in place. Members, whether in the room or attending virtually will be able to ask questions, provide feedback and input throughout the day via the Sli.do app.
This year we will conclude the day with a commemoration event for our former Executive Director of Energy Resources, Barry Goldstein, who sadly passed away in July this year.
Date: Thursday 20 October 2022
Time: 7.00am registration for 7.30am start, concludes 4.20pm
Barry Goldstein Commemoration Event: 4.30pm - 6.30pm (please note that you will need to register for both events separately)
Venue for both events: National Wine Centre, Corner Botanic and Hackney Roads, Adelaide SA
For catering purposes, please register by Thursday 13 October 2022.
- Register for the Roundtable for Oil and Gas
- Register for Barry Goldstein Commemoration event
- Roundtable meeting agenda (PDF 229 KB)
If you have any queries regarding the meeting, please email DEM.email@example.com
Membership of the Roundtable
Membership of the Roundtable is free and open to all. If you would like to join the Roundtable, register your interest to DEM.Petroleum@sa.gov.au
The membership of the Roundtable for Oil and Gas consists of local and multi-national companies, peak representative bodies for industry and environment, agencies from Australian States and Territories, Federal Governments and research institutions, along with several individuals.
Roundtable Working Groups
At the meeting of the Roundtable held on 11th November 2019 a series of Renewed Working Groups (WGs) were convened to identify key priorities that will shape a planned directions paper, oil and gas strategy and expanded Roadmap for Oil and Gas Onshore and Offshore Projects in South Australia. The Roundtable Renewed Working Groups are:
1 Environment and Water
2 Supply Chain and Markets
5 Legislation / Regulation