What Direction for the Australian Energy Industry Post-Glasgow?

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93 Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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POSTPONED: An invitation to EPIA Members & friends to a discussion Forum on the direction for the Australian Energy Industry Post-Glasgow.

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EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19 SITUATION.

What Direction for the Australian Energy Industry Post-Glasgow?

EPIA brings together a focussed forum with prominent industry leaders led by Grant King, a leading voice in the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) space in Australia.

Join EPIA’s first 2022 event in Sydney where you’ll be able to ask questions of an expert panel. Meet with your industry colleagues in a Covid-safe setting to discuss the topical conclusions from the Glasgow Climate Change Conference. You’ll receive enormous value from attending this event in view of the importance of technology and innovation to the Australian economy.

Panel includes:

  • Grant King, Technology Investment Advisory Council
  • Daniel Walton, AWU
  • Robert Pritchard, EPIA
  • Peter Metcalfe, General Manager Climate Engagement, Woodside Energy
  • Dr Rahman Daiyan, Lecturer UNSW School of Chemical Engineering
  • Tony Wood, Director Energy Program, Grattan Institute

WHY ATTEND?

  • As the world was recovering from the COVID pandemic, the 26th UNFCCC climate change conference (COP 26) took place in Glasgow to consider how to accelerate the global transition to a decarbonised energy economy.
  • COP 26 signalled the failure of the ‘top down’ approach to climate regulation. There was no international agreement on how to actually achieve net zero emissions by 2050, with the aim of limiting global warming to 2°C, much less the 1.5°C that many countries were seeking.
  • Following COP 26, the debate on the global transition will focus more on individual countries. Important questions for Australia will include: What domestic initiatives can we take without impairing our economic competitiveness? How can we best utilise the tools of international trade and investment to reduce emissions? How can we collaborate with other countries on low-emissions technologies and practices?

Numbers are limited to 50 participants so register early. Refreshments will be served.

What:    EPIA Forum – What Direction for the Australian Energy Industry Post-Glasgow?

Date:      POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Time:     2.15pm - 5.30pm AEST 

Venue:   CBD Location, Sydney

Cost:      $300 (Forum includes drinks & canapes)

Covid-19:  The EPIA and the venue will be operating the event under strict covid-safe plans. Social distancing will be encouraged within the forum; refreshments will be served in covid-safe manner. All delegates will need to scan the QR code on entry and may be asked to show their vaccination certificate, and will be encouraged to wash their hands with soap or sanitiser before entering the forum. If delegates are not feeling well on the day of the event, please do not attend but you are welcome to send a replacement. Delegates must abide my current NSW Government Health regulations.

Please note: There will be no refunds but substitutes will be welcome.

Location

Sir Stamford at Circular Quay

93 Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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No Refunds

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Organiser Energy Policy Institute of Australia

Organiser of What Direction for the Australian Energy Industry Post-Glasgow?

The Institute is an apolitical, not-for-profit, energy policy body.

It provides a mechanism by which all stakeholders in Australian energy may collaborate on risks and concerns impacting on energy finance, production, supply and export, where those risks may not have been fully addressed by existing industry organisations.

It acknowledges all environmental concerns as well as the paramount interest of the public in having access to affordable, clean and secure energy. 

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