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APPEA 2019 highlights

The APPEA 2019 Conference and Exhibition, held in Brisbane from May 27-30, reflected both a new optimism and a real awareness of the challenges facing our industry. Around 3000 people from 26 countries attended the flagship annual event which attracted 200 speakers and more than 150 exhibitors. Five keynote sessions and 28 technical sessions, saw […]

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APPEA 2019 – Day 3 Wrap up

APPEA 2019 – That’s a wrap! Opening the final day of the 59th APPEA Conference Senator the Hon Matt Canavan told delegates the May 18 federal election showed Australians did not support radical action on climate change, but rather a sensible, balanced approach, which he said must be based on international agreement. He said Australian […]

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APPEA 2019 – Day 2 Wrap up

Navigating a cleaner energy future – how does the oil and gas industry survivie and thrive? The opportunities around hydrogen becoming a key low-carbon emission export for Australia was a key feature of the discussions at APPEA 2019 today, as was the important role collaboration will play in moving to a diverse and secure energy […]

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APPEA 2019 – Day 1 Wrap up

Navigating the Future at APPEA 2019 The new APPEA Chief Executive Andrew McConville was delighted to open the APPEA Conference and Exhibition 2019 this morning, welcoming over 2,100 energy professionals, dignitaries, sponsors, exhibitors and students to Brisbane. In his welcome address McConville announced this year’s charity partner, Blaze Aid, which supports rural Australian communities affected […]

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The Voice – Andrew McConville, APPEA

Andrew McConville, APPEA Chief Executive, shares his thoughts post Federal election and his priorities for APPEA in 2019.

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The Voice – Peter Coleman, Woodside

Ahead of the APPEA 2019 Conference and Exhibition, we speak with Woodside Managing Director and CEO, Peter Coleman

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The Voice – David Maxwell, Cooper Energy

There is increasing focus on securing south-east Australia’s gas supply. What are the keys to doing this? Achieving supply security sounds simple enough: just make sure that south-east Australia gas users have access to the gas they need.  But, of course energy security is not just about access to gas; industry and other consumers require […]

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The Voice – Tor McCaul, Comet Ridge

Ahead of the APPEA 2019 Conference and Exhibition we chat to Managing Director of Comet Ridge, Tor McCaul

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The Voice – Russell Curtin, EY

Russell Curtin, Partner & Oceania Oil & Gas Leader, EY, discusses industry highlights from 2018 and the major issues ahead we all need to consider.

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Discounted Early Bird registrations close 5 April

Time is running out to secure your Early Bird registration prices, so gather your team and we'll see you in Brisbane for APPEA 2019 - the place to form new partnerships, strengthen existing ones and ensure you hear and learn from the latest thinking in the industry.

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The Voice – Wendy King, ConocoPhillips

What do you think are the biggest lessons the industry has learnt in the past 12 months? I believe the biggest learning we can take from 2018 is that, as an industry, we need to tell our story better. We deliver value and provide opportunity to individuals, communities, governments and economies at every stage of […]

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The Voice – Richard Owen, ExxonMobil Australia

Chairman and Lead Country Manager of ExxonMobil Australia, Richar Owen talks to us about the industry, 2019 and beyond.

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The Voice – Zoe Yujnovich, Chair, APPEA

Zoe Yujnovich, APPEA Chairman speaks about highlights of the past year, the year ahead and the APPEA 2019 Conference.

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Message from the Premier of Queensland

Queensland is an energy powerhouse. As the largest onshore gas producer in Australia, we are delighted to host the APPEA 2019 Conference and Exhibition, and as Premier of the State, I warmly welcome you to Brisbane. With world-class petroleum and gas reserves, our State has developed an unprecedented $70 billion onshore gas industry in eight […]

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APPEA 2019 – Call for Papers Close 6 July

Join over 100 authors and presenters and be part of the world-class technical and business program delivered as an integral part at this flagship event for the industry.

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APPEA 2018: developing a stronger, more inclusive workforce

APPEA 2018 is looking to the future of the Australian oil and gas industry’s workplace culture and workforce development. The event includes a plenary session on diversity and inclusion; a youth program; and a mentor program.

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APPEA 2018: addressing the energy agenda

With energy policy and resource projects in the headlines – not to mention the possibility of a federal election in 2018 – there will be no shortage of big political issues for debate at the 2018 APPEA Conference & Exhibition in Adelaide next week.

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The Voice – Peter Bennett, CEO, Clough

In the final lead-up to APPEA 2018, we sat down with Peter Bennett, Chief Executive Officer, Clough, to discuss how new technology is creating a bright future for oil and gas.

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The Voice – Peter Coleman, CEO, Woodside

Ahead of his much-anticipated address at APPEA 2018, Peter Coleman gives his perspective on the industry, the current market conditions and what APPEA’s flagship event will deliver.

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The Voice – Ian Davies, CEO, Senex

Ian Davies discusses how the gas industry can ensure longevity in the energy mix, predictions for 2018 and the APPEA Conference.

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The Voice – Diane Smith-Gander

Diane Smith-Gander, advocate for gender equality, discusses the importance of diversity and inclusion in the oil and gas industry, ahead of APPEA Conference and Exhibition.

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The Voice – Zoe Yujnovich, Chair, APPEA

Zoe Yujnovich, APPEA Chairman speaks about predictions and considerations for 2018 and what APPEA 2018 offers and will deliver to the industry and its stakeholders.

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Conference Close Up – Amy Myers Jaffe

APPEA is excited to announce leading expert on global energy policy, geopolitical risk, and energy and sustainability, Amy Myers Jaffe as a plenary speaker in the APPEA 2018 Conference program.

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The Voice – Bernadette Cullinane, Deloitte

Bernadette Cullinane, Partner and National Oil and Gas Leader, Deloitte gives her predictions on the industry in 2018 and what businesses must consider over the next 12 months.

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The Voice – Kevin Gallagher, CEO, Santos

Santos Managing Director & Chief Executive, Kevin Gallagher, discusses the key highlights for the industry this year, predictions for 2018 and what APPEA 2018 will deliver to the industry and its stakeholders.

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APPEA 2018 – Presentation Profile

One technical program highlight will be the presentation The Effective Use of Data Analytics in an Advanced Compressor Performance and Degradation Monitoring System

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Speaker Profile: CSIRO CEO Dr Larry Marshall

The APPEA 2018 plenary program will feature some outstanding speakers, including Dr Larry Marshall, Chief Executive of CSIRO, Australia’s national science and research agency.

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The Voice: Malcolm Roberts, Chief Executive, APPEA

Malcolm Roberts discusses the current state of the industry and offers some predictions for 2018 ahead of the next APPEA Conference & Exhibition, 14 – 17 May 2018.

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Adelaide Convention Centre has a Home Ground advantage

APPEA 2018 delegates will be able to enjoy waterfront coffee and dining on the doorstep of the Convention Centre.

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APPEA 2018: Exhibition and Sponsorship opportunities now open

APPEA 2018 offers unrivalled opportunities to connect and do business with leading oil and gas explorers, producers and suppliers. .

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APPEA 2018 will introduce a new family-friendly format

The APPEA Conference & Exhibition is adopting a more family-friendly format, starting with the 2018 Conference and Exhibition in Adelaide next May.

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