APGA 2021 convention

2021 APGA Convention

The APGA Annual Convention and Exhibition brings together participants from all sectors of the pipeline industry.
Given the turbulent nature of the times, the APGA Board has made the difficult decision to move the 2021 APGA Convention to a fully virtual event.

This major annual industry event provides excellent information through its extensive business sessions events and excellent program of speakers.

The convention will be held from Monday 11 October to Friday 15 October.

Technology for Future and Ageing Pipelines

The event draws on the legacy of two events previously organised by Rudi Denys (Universiteit Gent) and John Tiratsoo (Tiratsoo Technical) – the Pipeline Technology Conference and the Ageing Pipelines Conference.

Building on this legacy, TFAP is aimed at sharing knowledge and featuring the latest achievements relative to the assessment, use and maintenance of both ageing high-pressure (cross-country/offshore) transmission pipeline systems and ageing low-pressure distribution pipeline systems. This three-day conference will attract top researchers, engineers and decision-makers from pipeline research and academia.


Energy Networks Conference and Exhibition

Energy Networks Australia will hold its premier Conference and Exhibition, EN2021, next year in Brisbane following postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The event will see leading energy sector professionals and organisations come together to share their expertise on navigating energy transformation on both a national and global level.

Energy Networks’ members, key stakeholders and industry partners will discuss the transformation of the 20th Century grid to deliver energy and provide services the way consumers need for 21st Century demand.

Early bird registration for the event will close 17 August 2021.

2021 Digital Pipelines Solution Forum

The industry’s first meeting on digital transformation, DPSF 2021 will draw senior executives and technical management from pipeline operating companies to address how the new era of digitisation will change the pipeline sector in new and unanticipated ways, including the impact and evolving contribution of “cyber-physical systems”.