Join us for an informed discussion of the recent Federal Court decision on the Barossa pipeline and the potential implications it may have when developing a project offshore. We will summarise the key points of the case from an approvals perspective, cutting through the headlines to examine what actually happened and how it may impact the landscape for energy projects moving forward.
WA has the potential to play a huge role in helping to meet global decarbonisation targets, thanks to its combination of world-class renewable energy sources, critical minerals, trading relationships and ingenuity, the WA Energy Club has been told.
Addressing the Club’s October dinner, BP Business Development Director Hydrogen Justin Nash said the company was “all in on WA’s energy transition”.
Chevron Australia is working to contribute towards a lower carbon economy while still meeting the energy needs of its customers now and in the years ahead, says its Operations Director Danny Woodall.
Addressing a CEDA function on The Future of Gas in WA, Mr Woodall said there needed to be an acknowledgement of the priorities of reliable, affordable, and ever cleaner gas to create a future energy system that worked for all people.