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To all members of the Monash Engineering Students' Society (MESS): Don't forget to come along to the launch of the 2016 Careers Guide tonight (15th March) at Monash Clayton.

AMOG's Melaina Oldham, Cameron Galtry and Madeleine Henry will be there to talk to you about AMOG Consulting and our Graduate Program.

 

OMV New Zealand recently announced a Maari Joint Venture project to undertake a further refurbishment on the mooring system of the field's floating production station, the Raroa.

AMOG has played a key role in assisting OMV with the previous work undertaken on the Raroa and will continue to do so during this next phase. 

Sponsored by AMOG, the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) Melbourne will be hosting a Diving and ROV Forum this Wednesday (16th March)

SUT Melbourne presents a documentary film, created by Bibby Offshore, on the successful rescue of a diver who became detached from his umbilical and was stranded on the seabed.  The screening will be followed by a Q&A panel discussion, with diving and ROV experts, and networking drinks. 

 

AMOG Technologies Pty Ltd is pleased to announce that, on the afternoon of 2nd February 2016 (AEST), we signed a licence agreement with Matrix Composites and Engineering Ltd for the commercialisation, manufacturing and sales of AMOG's patented LGSTM technology.

AMOG Technologies is the R&D arm of AMOG Consulting, a Melbourne based specialist engineering consultancy active in the Oil & Gas, Defence, Mining, Rail and Renewable Energy sectors. AMOG is a leading authority in the field of analyses of Vortex-Induced Vibration (VIV) on risers, moorings, cables, and pipelines in the offshore and subsea sector.

This innovative new riser buoyancy system is set to have a significant impact on drilling productivity, potentially saving operators millions of dollars, per rig, every year.

Australia and Colombia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Bilateral Cooperation in the oil and gas sector that will help enhance business ties between both countries.

Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia, Josh Frydenberg, signed the MOU in Melbourne on 22 January and Colombia’s Mining and Energy Minister, Tomas Gonzalez, signed a week later in Bogota.

Crispin Conroy, Austrade Senior Trade Commissioner for Colombia, and Mauricio de la Mora, President of the Colombian National Hydrocarbons Agency, joined Colombia’s Minister Gonzalez in Bogota to finalise the signing.

The agreement will help enhance opportunities for Australia’s well-established oil and gas sectors.

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AMOG Consulting is pleased to announce the creation of a strategic partnership with French engineering firm PRINCIPIA.

This agreement will allow PRINCIPIA and AMOG a means of combining their complimentary skills and expertise, particularly the oil and gas, maritime and defence sectors, to provide cost-effective solutions throughout the entire asset lifecycle.