Available Now: Miss this year’s conference? Click here to watch the recordings from presentations, panels and awards!
Welcome to the 2023 Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) Conference, Alaska’s premiere industry event. We’re looking forward to bringing back yet another all-star lineup for you at this year’s conference. With top-tier speakers from across Alaska and the US, you won’t want to miss it!
Join us on August 30 – 31 as we delve into hot-button issues that will impact Alaskans and our energy economy for years to come.
Sponsors and Exhibitors — we couldn’t bring such a quality program to Alaskans without you!
Whether a new or returning supporter, we invite you to join in championing the 2023 Conference, while gaining exposure to oil and gas producers, explorers, refiners, and pipelines operating in Alaska.
AOGA is excited to bring you yet another content-packed agenda for this year’s conference. We appreciate your patience as we finalize the details.
In the meantime, attendee registration is open. This is always a sold-out event, so save your spot today!
Know an individual, company, or project in the oil & gas industry that deserves recognition? Submit your nomination(s) for this year’s AOGA Industry Awards!
Click below to learn more about our four award categories.
The 2023 Conference App is back again!
The AOGA Conference app will be available for download as your all-in-one event assistant. With the app, you’ll be able to:
• Follow the conference agenda
• View speaker bios & session info
• Find your way with the onsite Exhibit Hall map
• Network with fellow attendees
Thank You to Our 2023 Sponsors!
Swanson River Sponsors
Prudhoe Bay Sponsors
The Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) is a nonprofit, professional trade association whose mission is to foster the long-term viability of the oil and gas industry for the benefits of all Alaskans. We represent the majority of companies that are exploring, developing, producing, refining, or marketing oil and gas on the North Slope, in the Cook Inlet, and in the offshore areas of Alaska.