Petroleum presentations

A two-day course examining technical and commercial aspects of the petroleum business is on offer to non-technical executives and newcomers to the industry. The course will examine the aspects through all major stages in the life of an oil or gas field. During the course, drilling engineer, petrophysicist and senior petroleum engineer Keith Davison (pictured), who has more than 30 years’ industry experience, will clarity the critical roles of the many different disciplines to stakeholders involved in upstream projects, including those in ‘regulatory entities’, such as bankers, lawyers, accountants and company employees. February 11-12 2009 at the Mercure Hotel, Perth. Total cost of the seminar is $2,744.50 per individual, with discounts for four available. Ph 02 9080 4050, email or visit for further information. Workplace Relations and Employment seminar Legal firm DLA Phillips Fox will be holding a nation-wide seminar unwrapping the federal government’s new ‘Forward with Fairness’ substantive reform bill. Delving into issues such as the changes to unfair dismissal, compliance obligations and the right of entry for unions and the impact its impact on workplaces, the seminar will take place on Tuesday December 16 from 5.30 pm to 7pm at DLA Phillips Fox. Contact Leah Cunningham, Ph 03 9274 5084, email or visit RIU Explorers Conference The conference will offer all the latest details about new floats, new finds and new mines in the resources sector. Giving presentations are mineral exploration companies and emerging new miners, including Fox Resources and Jabiru Metals. Early bird registration for the conference in $990. To be held February 17-18 2009 at the Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle. Call 9388 2222, email or visit

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