A round table meeting between Australian and Malaysian intellects from the oil an gas industry were held at the Royale Chulan Hotel, Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur. Discussions ranged on business opportunities, emerging trends and technologies, demands for skills training and the opportunities in collaboration between two countries.
The meeting was jointly organised by The Australian Trade Commission, together with the Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC) and Universiti Teknologi Petronas. Headed by Australian Trade Commissioner Joel Backwell and Malaysia by Associate Professor Dr Mohd Shahir Liew of University Teknologi Petronas.
Australian companies that attended the meeting were mostly specializing in workforce skills and training in the Oil & Gas industry. A total of twenty three representative from each side joined the roundtable discussing various issue in the oil & gas industry and pressing on the issue of skills and labor market.
The expensive labor market in Australia is on of the issues that were brought up at the roundtable. Prof Brian Evans of Curtin University of Technology said that Malaysia could be left behind in ten years time if they fail to embrace the new technologies which are emerging rapidly in the world today. Also indicating that China may dominant the oil and gas market with its labor force and technology seeing rapid development in the industry.
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