ADIA is delighted to welcome you to Adelaide, South Australia on 17-19 May for DRILL 2022.
The conference and exhibition will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre with a theme “Gearing for Growth”.
The full program will feature a welcome cocktail party in the exhibition area on Tuesday evening, the main conference dinner at the Centre on Wednesday evening and an off-site dinner on Thursday to end the conference.
We will also be ensuring that there is an interesting and highly informative range of presentations provided covering the latest equipment, new technology, business management, industry trends, and people skills.
Delegate registrations are open!
For details on ticket pricings and inclusions please read our Delegates Prospectus here.
Be aware EFT payments are only available to members.
Registrations need to be completed through our portal. To begin your registration, you will first need to log in to the ADIA portal. From this page click the 'Member Login' button on the top-right-side of this page.
Once logged in, head back to this events page and click on the orange 'Register now' button on the right-hand-side of the page.
If you are having difficulty registering, please click here to read our guide on how to register.
For details on cancellations and COVID-19 response, please read our Delegate Cancellation Policy here.
VACCINATION REQUIRMENTS FOR THE ADELAIDE CONVENTION CENTRE
As a result of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the introductions of the new Test, Trace, Isolate and Quarantine (TTIQ) model within South Australia, Adelaide Venue Management made the decision to make its three venues, including the Adelaide Convention Centre, fully vaccinated venues.
All persons aged 16+ entering one of their venues, including staff, will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by the Australia Therapeutic good Administration.
Proof of vaccination will be required to gain entry.
To gain entry, patrons will need to show their COVID-19 Digital Certificate on their smart device OR provide personal photo identification and printed immunisation certificate.
Any person with an official medical exemption will need to provide proof of a negative COVID test result for the 72-hour period prior to seeking entry and full exemption details.
Venue bans apply for non-compliance.
Please click here to be provided with what vaccination passes will be approved for entry to the ACC.
Click here to download the ADIA DRILL 2022 Exhibitors Guide.
Click here to find the operating procedures in the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Click here to download an exhibitor label.
Your delegate registration does not include accommodation.
We have secured a number of discounted accommodation rates for DRILL 2022 delegates.
All rates and hotel details can be found on the accommodation registration page, found here.
This is an external site that ADIA does not manage.
If you have any difficulty with
accommodation registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with DRILL 2022 in the subject line of the
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION
Please note that due to high demand all exhibition space for DRILL 2022 has sold-out!
If there are any cancellations from existing exhibitors, these will be offered on a priority wait list.
Click here to download the Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus.
Click here to view the live floor plan to see who is exhibiting.
For inquiries on exhibiting and cancellations, please contact: Jamie Wade at Wade Business
Media, PO Box 273, Mandurah WA
6210, or email email@example.com
A massive thanks to all our major sponsors:
0845 - Alex Blood (SA Government Dept of Mining & Energy) - 'Delegate welcome speech'
0900 - Tim Rawlings (PwC) - 'Spotlight on top 50!'
0930 - Cole Carpenter (Epiroc) - 'Smart rig an RC step change'
1000 - Mike Wilkes (Drillman) - 'UDR - Engineering and Innovation'
1100 - Lee Webb (Imdex Limited) - 'How critical is downhole navigation accuracy?'
1130 - Andrew Bailey and Soren Soe (MinEx CRC) - 'MinEx drilling research update, including coil tube drilling'
1200 - Amanda Hamilton (Resources Industry Training Council) - 'Drilling Ready Skills Program'
1330 - Samantha Panickar (AMEC) - 'The skills shortage crisis and making the most of co-funded drilling'
1400 - Daniel Fairbairn (Sat.One) - 'Growth, efficiency, and safety improvements through improved remote connectivity'
14:30 - Lance Karlson and Nilanjan Dey (BHP Geoscience) - 'Fatality and injury taxonomy in Australian drilling operations'
0900 - Ili Cava (Australasian Drilling Institute) - 'Spotlight on training'
0930 - Chris Logan (Drilltechniques) - 'Hybrid rod handling solutions'
1000 - Craig Mayman and Bill Gardner (Schramm and Bunbury Drilling Company) - 'Rig technology improving employee well-being'
1100 - Brett Klau and Sue-Ellen Cordon (SA's Landowner Information Service - Rural Business Support) - 'Exploring open conversations with landowners; what works well and where it can go amiss'
1130 - Neil Power (SA Government) - 'Groundwater directions in Australia'
1200 - Colin Barden (Intertech Management) - 'Air core drilling for mineral sands in a unique offshore application'
1330 - Mick Storch (4PS Software) - 'Infield digital solutions for drilling companies from the field to the office'
1400 - JC Van Der Walt (Unicorn Risk Solutions) - 'Keep yourself safe by keeping your employees safe'
1430 - Matthew Karakoulakis (AMK Law) - 'Elements of an effective drilling contract'
Adelaide Convention Centre
North Terrace Adelaide South Australia 5000