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APGA Sydney Dinner

June 7 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

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Mark Twycross, Director of Twycross and Partners and APGA Director will deliver this year’s presentation in the RSC’s lessons learned series.
In the presentation to the Sydney Dinner on 7 June, Mark will provide a brief history of how working with the same pipeline people over many years contributed to successful (and some not so successful) pipeline projects.
Mark has more than 40 years’ experience in the energy, oil and gas, and infrastructure industries in Australasia, SE Asia, Middle East, Africa, Caspian Sea region and in the UK. Recognised by his peers for his leadership in safety performance with a demonstrated track record of creating safety-first work cultures in the oil and gas and water infrastructure industries, Mark has successfully delivered many projects. His approach has created loyal employees and provided industry accolades both in Australia and overseas.
The evening promises to be informative and entertaining and provide insights into the approaches that work, and those less reliable, with pipeline projects and pipeline people.

Timing – 6.30pm drinks for a 7.00pm dinner
Cost – Members: $115 Non-members: $145  Researchers: $115
Table of 8, Members $920   Non-members $1160
Please email events@apga.org.au with the names and company names of your guests by 2 June.
RSVP: By Friday 2 June 2017

Registration is now closed. Please contact the APGA Secretariat on 02 6273 0577

 

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Attendee list as at 06.06.17

Cancellation policy
Bookings and cancellations received before Friday 2 June 2017 will be fully refunded. Cancellations after this time will not be refundable, however, substitutions will be accepted.

Details

Date:
June 7
Time:
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Venue

Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport
corner of O'Riordan St & Robey Street, Mascot
Sydney, NSW 2050 Australia

Organizer

Charmaine Ogilvie
Phone:
02 6273 0577
Email:
Last updated on 6 Jun 2017 by cjogilvie