The APGA 2021 Virtual Convention and Exhibition is now underway, taking place over five days this week from Monday 11 October to Friday 15 October.
The opening plenary session, hosted by APGA’s chief executive officer Steve Davies, will take place at 1 pm, followed by a welcome session and an opening address from the Federal Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction the Hon. Angus Taylor.
This event is one of the most significant annual industry events for pipelines and gas, bringing together participants from all sectors of associated industries.
The exhibit features a wealth of information and a breadth of talent, as well as opportunities for networking with colleagues across industries.
The keynote speaker for the conference will be Kurt Fearnley AO: a three-time Paralympic gold medallist and two-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist.
Other highlights will include an opening speech from the Minister for Energy and Emissions reductions the Hon Angus Taylor, and an Innovation Pitch Session for the brightest industry thinkers.
While most events will be virtual, there will be an opportunity for face-to-face networking drinks in Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane on Thursday 14 October.
The APGA Annual Convention has built up a reputation across the global pipeline and gas industries as an event that provides excellent content and a wealth of opportunities to meet people across industries.