The 51st Annual Convention of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 12 to 15 October 2019 and will cover a range of issues in the theme: Infrastructure for the Future.
APGA’s Annual Convention brings together participants from all sectors of the pipeline industry as well as other industries associated with natural gas and the transportation of energy, slurry and water. This major annual industry event provides a wealth of information in the business sessions, and the social events allow for extensive networking opportunities. The Australian pipeline industry is respected worldwide and APGA’s broad membership base provides knowledge and information to transfer to the next generation of experts.
The business sessions will include papers covering pipeline operations, project updates, training, research, environmental challenges and safety issues. Issues surrounding gas policy and gas markets are increasingly topical, generating much interest and debate about the role of the transmission sector and the challenges of gas supply for the domestic market.
Call for Papers
The Call for Papers is now open. It includes a request for presentations covering projects, opportunities and developments in the industry. Presentation topics can include, but are not restricted to:
- new and emerging technologies
- natural gas and energy policies
- gas markets
- international developments
- construction challenges
- coal seam gas
- water and slurry/waste transportation
- regulatory developments
- health and safety
- training and skills development
- operational and maintenance issues
- environmental issues
- technical regulation
The Call for Papers closes on 22 February 2019.
The APGA Annual Convention is an opportunity to present forward-thinking and practical ideas that stimulate discussion and debate and give guidance to the industry as it prepares for the future.
APGA 2019 Annual Exhibition
The APGA Annual Convention and Exhibition has developed a reputation over recent years as a must attend event for the pipeline industry. Attendees include chief executives, pipeline managers, industry professionals and consultants, technical, commercial and legal personnel, engineers, health, safety and environmental managers and government representatives from within Australia and overseas.
The APGA Exhibition, which began in 1996, offers an opportunity to promote your products or services to an audience of key decision-makers in the pipeline industry.
In 2019, there will be 76 stands available for the 23rd APGA Exhibition. Exhibitors will be promoted through:
- publicity for the event
- Exhibitor Guide advertising
- The Australian Pipeliner
Delegates, partners and trade visitors will visit the exhibition during:
- morning and afternoon teas
- Exhibition Opening and Cocktail Reception
- during business sessions.
Exhibition stands will be available soon. Please check here to find out when they will be available for sale.