Walk the walk and talk the talk with APGA’s WPF

Step into a rare opportunity to walk and talk with senior executives and board members from a breadth of energy industry organisations with Women in Pipelines Forum (WPF) on Thursday 16 May.

Throughout human history, walking has always been known to be a great medium for one’s thoughts.

Greek philosopher Aristotle used to walk and talk, teaching his students while strolling up and down.

American mathematician Alan Turing was known to go on long jogs and to reflect on new scientific theories and theorems while doing so.

German Immanuel Kant’s habit of going for a walk daily was so rooted in his life, that the daily walk along the street was named after him, “The Philosopher’s Walk”.

In this fashion, WPF and the Australian Pipeline and Gas Association (APGA) is inviting pipeline enthusiasts and professionals to its WPF Net-walking with Execs event this upcoming Thursday 16 May at 11:45am.

The walk is scheduled to last until 1pm and will be on the Melbourne Southbank Promenade.

The APGA Women’s Professional Development and Networking Event will offer a unique platform for women to swap career challenges, share insights, and explore wider industry opportunities.

For executives, it’s an exceptional chance to meet the switched-on women leaders of tomorrow. Don’t miss out on this chance to engage in meaningful conversations, make valuable connections, and expand career horizons.

The executives will be from across industry including Acciona, APA, AusNet, CRC/CSIRO, ExxonMobil, Hydro Tasmania, Jemena and Lochard Energy.

Please arrive by 11.45am at Hamer Hall on 100 Saint Kilda Road Southbank.

Opt for comfortable footwear and pack an umbrella depending on weather forecast.

BYO food and drink as needed; there will be options to purchase during the event.

Don’t miss out and secure your ticket here.

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