Australia’s peak body for the oil and gas industry said today’s announcement of $539.2 million in new hydrogen and carbon capture, use and storage projects by the Morrison Government is a massive boost for the industry.
The nation’s peak oil and gas industry body today said the commissioning of Gippsland Basin Joint Venture’s West Barracouta project is proof that Australia’s oil and gas industry continues to deliver for the Australian economy.
Australia’s peak oil and gas industry representative body today said the deal between the Morrison and
Marshall Governments to secure South Australia’s energy supply shows the importance of gas working
View here the amazing line up of female speakers at the APPEA 2021 Conference
Chief Executive Andrew McConville discusses activism, countering misinformation about oil and gas, and APPEA's advocacy agenda to build recognition of the industry.
Opinion piece by APPEA Chief Executive, Andrew McConville.
A brief for APPEA members as to the status of shareholder activism in our sector, specifically as it relates to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
The International Gas Union is seeking applications for its secondment program. The program has been successfully run for several years, and provides for a total of three secondees at a time.
Let’s consider all facts in the emissions debate: APPEA in the media. This article was originally published in The Australian on Friday 19 March 2021.
The APPEA Environment and Safety Excellence Awards, an annual celebration of the Australian oil and gas industry’s commitment to leading environmental and safety practices, is now calling for submissions from members.
The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association is
the peak national body representing Australia’s oil and gas exploration
and production industry.
It has about 60 full member companies. These are oil and gas
explorers and producers active in Australia. APPEA members account for
an estimated 98 per cent of the nation’s petroleum production. APPEA
also represents about 140 associate member companies that provide a wide
range of goods and services to the upstream oil and gas industry.
APPEA works with Australian governments to help promote the
development of the nation’s oil and gas resources in a manner that
maximises the return to the Australian industry and community.
APPEA aims to secure regulatory and commercial conditions that enable
member companies to operate safely, sustainably, and profitably.