The Australasia Oil and Gas (AOG) conference kicked off with a bang on March 13 as climate change protesters ambushed the opening keynote, prompting both Western Australian petroleum minister, Bill Johnston, and Woodside COO Meg O’Neill to take the gloves off in response.

Just before Johnston was due to open the conference, about 20 climate change protesters stormed the stage chanting slogans targeting Woodside and Chevron, prompting Johnston to “depart from prepared remarks” in retort to the demonstration.

What did they have to say?

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