Upcoming Events

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Resources Roundup Roma

The QRC and Australian Energy Producers invites you to attend a Resources Roundup networking event in Roma on Thursday 18 April 2024.

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Introduction to the energy transition

This course uncovers the energy transition pathway, explores the global energy context, and examines carbon capture and storage technologies, hydrogen, ammonia, wind and solar and discusses the future of coal.

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Introduction to oil & gas

As the energy landscape is constantly evolving, it’s important to ensure you understand how the industry’s geological, technical, economic, onshore and offshore, exploration, development and production phases.


Save the Date: Australian Energy Producers 2024 Conference & Exhibition

The Australian Energy Producers 2024 Conference and Exhibition will be returning to the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre, Western Australia from 20 -23 May 2024.

Media Releases

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ACCC again warns southern states on gas supply

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has confirmed that Australia’s gas industry continues to deliver on its commitment to the domestic market.

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Strong exports show why Future Gas Strategy must include LNG opportunity

The critical importance of Australia’s gas exports has been highlighted, with a new report showing tens of billions of dollars of economic benefits flowing for Australians.

Latest edition explore

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explore | Gas supply warnings deepen | Conference 2024 speakers confirmed | In.Site Competition

Click here to view this months edition of 'explore', our monthly newsletter.

Recent News


Economic Wrap | 19 April

Wayne Calder, Australian Energy Producers Director Economics provides an economic wrap including recent developments, please view more here.


Economic Wrap | 5 April

Wayne Calder, Australian Energy Producers Director Economics provides an economic wrap including recent developments, please view more here.

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CEO Update - 3 April 2024

There has been a feeling of a growing consensus around the need for new domestic gas supply that is getting harder for governments to ignore.

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In.Site Photographic Competition - Closing Soon

Are you an avid photographer or a novice with an eye for a good shot? Australian Energy Producers' exclusive member-only photographic competition, In.Site, is closing soon!

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Speech: Samantha McCulloch addresses the 2024 Australian Domestic Gas Outlook Conference

“Natural gas as a partner to the net zero future” Australian Energy Producers Chief Executive Samantha McCulloch Australian Domestic Gas Conference, Sydney.


Transcript: Samantha McCulloch talks to 4BC Drive about east coast gas supply

Samantha McCulloch talks to Peter Gleeson on 4BC Drive about east coast gas supply.

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Transcript: Samantha McCulloch discusses the AEMO’s Gas Statement of Opportunities report

Samantha McCulloch discusses the Australian Energy Market Operator’s Gas Statement of Opportunities report on Radio National Breakfast Radio with Patricia Karvelas.

About Australian Energy Producers

The Australian Energy Producers is the peak body of the explorers and producers of essential energy - oil, gas and lower-emission fuels.

Together with our members, we play a vital role in communicating our message to government, industry and community. We bring an important and unique perspective to the complex energy landscape.

Our sector is led by innovators who have continued to push the boundaries to establish our energy system, the bedrock of our prosperity.

However, evolution never stops.

Our industry has committed to net zero targets, and as key enablers and partners, we are focused on how to achieve them.

We have a core responsibility to be part of and contribute to the discussions, actions and success of the ongoing energy transformation.

We work collaboratively and in partnership with the community, thought leaders and decision makers.

We honour and respect the traditional owners of the land and their connection to country.

We work to support Australian and international decarbonisation and energy security, because we need all hands at the table; no one can do this alone.
Collectively, we have the workforce, expertise and infrastructure to help ensure secure, reliable and lower-emission energy and technology for today and tomorrow.

Welcome to the
Australian Energy Producers.