Steven Noske has worked in the energy industry for over 30 years and 14+ years in executive leadership roles. This experience includes direct executive managing roles for ASX listed companies. Furthmore, in 2001 Noske founded Ausoco Energy Management, a management consulting firm for businesses of all sizes. Noske continues to provide consulting services through Ausoco, as well as various other projects.
General Manager WA of Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) listed APA Group
APA Group is Australian company that owns and operates natural gas and electricity assets.
Head of Gas Operations and New Business at Mitsui E&P Australia (Perth)
Steven Noske spent 8 years with Mitsui. He was responsible for the identification, due diligence, and evaluation of new business opportunities. In addition, Steven managed the production assets of Mitsui Australia. Specifically, he acted as the primary contact point for external parties for these assets. Furthermore, he was responsible for delivering up to 40,000 bbls/day equivalent into the corporation. His role included responsibility to monitor and report producing field activity including capex and opex, commercial and reservoir management issues.
Other responsibilities included:
- Technical evaluation and risk assessment/analysis of new venture opportunities.
- Gas market analysis in Australia, especially in South Eastern states.
- Gas export negotiations and development of gas sales agreements.
Project Manager to Operations Manager at Energy Australia (Melbourne)
Steven Noske managed the handover and operational start-up of the 300 mmscfd onshore gas storage and processing plant near Port Campbell, Victoria. Specifically, Noske was responsible for all aspects of gas storage, gas withdrawal, gas processing including well design, reservoir management, HSE, community relations etc. He developed the contractual operating framework for the facility, led the tender process which culminated in the engagement of AGR (previously Upstream) as contract operator. The initial reimbursable agreement was developed to transition into a performance-based agreement. Contract value was A$10MM/year.