Upstream PS proudly supporting NOGA and Northern Territory industry collaboration

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Upstream PS is proud to be supporting Northern Oil & Gas Australia: “Here for the Long Term”, the Petroleum Club Northern Territory’s July industry dinner at SkyCity, Darwin, 19 July.

Northern Oil and Gas Australia’s (NOGA) Asset Manager for the Northern Endeavour FPSO, Katrina Bajars, will share insights from NOGA’s corporate strategy and its future, which she believes is intrinsically linked to the establishment of Darwin and Northern Australia as a major hub for petroleum industry support services.

Upstream PS is NOGA’s appointed Operator of the Northern Endeavour, working together as an integrated team focused on maintaining our ‘one team’ culture to achieve operational excellence without compromising safety or integrity.

Upstream PS’ Executive General Manager, Paul Harrison concurs, “Upstream PS was established in Darwin 20 years ago, and like NOGA, we believe collaboration with our clients and industry in the Northern Territory is key to our future as an Operator focused on extending field life through operational excellence”.

Katrina Bajars worked as Asset Manager on the Northern Endeavour during 2010 to 2011 while owned by Woodside and returned in 2017 for NOGA.  The Northern Endeavour is in its 17th year of service, and is located in the Laminaria Corallina oil field in the Timor Sea, approximately 550 km from Darwin.

Paul Harrison is an experienced executive with 30 years’ international experience, previously leading asset management and major brownfield project delivery organisations. He leads Upstream PS’ business in Western Australia and the Northern Territory and is focused on leveraging the benefits of collaboration for our clients and the competitive landscape of the Australian oil and gas industry.

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