RISC Conversation Series – ‘LNG, what’s all the fuss about?’

Last month RISC, in collaboration with the SPE Curtin Student Chapter, held the third instalment of the RISC Conversation Series; an initiative which gives students the opportunity to engage in open discussions with our staff and gain insights into the latest trends and topics in the industry.  This time round the SPE students hosted the event at Curtin University, where Managing Partner Martin Wilkes presented ‘LNG – What’s the fuss about?’. Martin provided a brief overview on the LNG Global Market, highlighting the key issues affecting the industry before giving a more technical presentation outlining what LNG is (and what it isn’t), explaining some of the terminology used in the industry, and shedding light on the production processes involved in making LNG.

SPE Curtin Student Chapter Vice President David Rowe had this to say about the event:

“As always, RISC has provided us with a very relevant technical topic on the nature and processes of LNG. Martin Wilkes presented in a manner that made the learning very relevant to our degrees. A big thank you to all from RISC that attended, we look forward to having you back very soon.” 

Please click here to view Martin’s presentation.

 

Keep an eye out for the next RISC Conversation Series instalment via the SPE LinkedIn page.

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