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Elixir EnergyTier 2 SponsorElixir Energy
Elixir Energy is an ASX listed company currently focused on two large scale natural gas projects in Queensland (and Mongolia). Elixir is also currently partnered with a Toyota Group company in a green hydrogen project in Mongolia. The Company’s Queensland project is located in the Taroom Trough of the Bowen Basin, just to the South of the Wallumbilla Hub – an area of growing activity from a range of companies ranging from Elixir to Shell.
APGA is the peak body representing Australasia’s pipeline infrastructure. While many members have a focus on gas transmission they are active in all aspects of the industry including transportation of other products, such as oil, water and slurry. Our members include constructors, owners, operators, advisers, engineering companies and suppliers of pipeline products and services.
Coolibah Pty Ltd is an energy communications and issues management consultancy based in Sydney, Australia. It provides advisory services to government, industry associations, management consultancies and companies engaged in a wide range of energy activities and services.
Its principal is Keith Orchison, who has been involved in resources and energy industry policy issues management and communications for more than 36 years.
He has been a communicator in one way or another for 53 years, starting as a sports writer in South Africa in the 1950s.
During his time as a journalist he was editor of a large specialist magazine at 24, national news editor of a daily newspaper at 26 and editor of one of South Africa’s best-known current affairs magazines at 28.
In Australia in the 1970s he worked briefly for Rupert Murdoch before moving in to business communications and becoming PR head of Associated Pulp & Mills in 1974 and of La Trobe University in 1977.
In 1980 he was head-hunted to be chief executive of the upstream petroleum industry association, now the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA), a position he held until 1991. He holds APPEA’s gold medal for services to the petroleum industry.
In 1991 he was headhunted to be chief executive of the Electricity Supply Association of Australia, a post he held until retiring in 2003.
He served on CSIRO energy advisory committees for six years and chaired its Energy Technology sector advisory committee in 1999-2001. He was a member of the Australian Industry Greenhouse Network, an association of 14 energy, mining and manufacturing associations, for 10 years and was chairman of the AIGN in 2002.
From 2003 to 2007 he was a member of the Howard Government’s Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council and chaired its energy committee.
He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2004 for service to the petroleum and electricity industries through fostering co-operation between energy producers and government agencies and through the development the development of policies to benefit Australia in the long term.
Today, apart from consulting activities, he publishes the "This is Power" blog and the "Coolibah Commentary" on this website and he works with Quest Events to present (and co-chair) a series of popular "energy outlook" conferences. He is also a commentator for â€œGas Today magazine. Since 2007 he has been engaged in publishing yearbooks about electricity.
Utility is the title of choice for decision makers at all levels of water and energy utilities, as well as other major players like consulting engineers and first-tier contractors. Utility is integrated across print and online, and explores the biggest news and issues across the utility industry. It is Australia’s only dedicated utility magazine, and covers all areas of the utility sector, including water and sewer, gas, electricity, communications and the NBN. Visit https://utilitymagazine.com.au/
Energy MagazineMedia partnerEnergy Magazine
Energy is a thought-leading, technology-neutral magazine, developed to help the industry answer some of the critical questions it is currently grappling with. We look at the policies and politics affecting the industry; but we always place the emphasis on outcomes rather than political point-scoring. We are committed to helping the industry move forward and solve the energy trilemma – establishing new forms of energy that are reliable, affordable and clean – without over-emphasising the role governments will play in finding the solution. Visit https://www.energymagazine.com.au/
Gas Energy AustraliaSupporting partnerGas Energy Australia
Gas Energy Australia is now the national peak body representing downstream Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), along with Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).
The Association focuses on a range of areas in support of Australia’s national interest – to achieve energy security and economic prosperity in a lower carbon economy. The Association focuses on advocating the value and benefits of the fuels through engagement with government, state authorities and consumers. The Associations’ stakeholder engagement is supported by progressive policy development based on sound research, analysis and expert commentary, the on-going development of national standards and innovative products and technology, proactive media and communications, and the development of the Industry’s specialist workforce.
LPG, CNG and LNG are alternative fuel options that are versatile as well as affordable, and can be used for a range of applications in the residential, commercial, industrial and transport sectors. All three gases have lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) than petrol, diesel and electricity on an energy-equivalent basis and are a vital source of energy for hundreds of millions of people throughout the world today. Together, their use in Australia and overseas will deliver a brighter and cleaner future.