Program Schedule

Note: The electronic program below is the most up to date source of program information – last updated on May 2019 and subject to change. 

In a market that is experiencing the most disruptive period in a generation, the APPEA 2019 Conference Program will drive in-depth discussion and debate for the industry and its leaders with the theme – Navigating the future. International experts and Australian industry leaders will provide up-to-date analysis, case studies and technical know-how on the big issues facing our industry. Politicians, executives and analysts will discuss the policy concerns confronting us. Combined with an array of business networking events, APPEA 2019 is the place to form new partnerships and strengthen existing  ones.

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Wednesday
29 May
8:30 am 10:30 am
PLENARY SESSION: Navigating a cleaner energy future — how does the oil and gas industry survive and thrive?
Great Hall
The UN Climate Change Conference held in Paris at the end of 2015 set the scene for the world’s response to climate change and continues to change the nature of the energy landscape facing the Australian oil and gas industry. Nearly four years on, and following the release at the end of 2018 of the ‘rulebook’ to underpin the Paris Agreement, this new landscape continues to provide both challenges and opportunities for the industry.
This plenary session will bring together local and global experts to consider how the oil and gas industry is to survive and thrive in this cleaner energy future and what it can and is doing to reduce its carbon footprint and provide cleaner energy to Australia and the region.
Session Facilitator
Paul Welton, General Manager - Strategy, Planning and Commercial, Chevron Australia
A tale of two gases
Dr Alan Finkel AO, Chief Scientist, Australian Government
The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative — delivering solutions for a sustainable low-emissions future
Gardiner Hill, Vice President Carbon Management, BP and Senior Representative of Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI), BP
Riding the green wave: Are oil and gas companies jumping on board?
Marlene Motyka, Principal, Transactions and Business Analytics LLP, and US & Global Renewable Energy Leader, Deloitte
Climate change: The investor perspective
Emma Herd, Chief Executive Officer, Investor Group on Climate Change

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