Recent Events

MEET THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE: GRETTA STEPHENS, NZ STEEL

On Thursday 5th August 2021 we hosted an exclusive event with Gretta Stephens, New Zealand Steel's chief executive.

We discussed the importance of a local steel industry to New Zealand, and the challenges and opportunities in decarbonisation.

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MEET THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE: MARc England, genesis ENERGY

On Wednesday 7th July 2021 we hosted an exclusive event with Marc England, Genesis Energy's chief executive.

We discussed the future of New Zealand's energy and electricity systems, and the current challenges facing the sector.

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Meet the CHIEF EXECUTIVE: mark macfarlane, todd energy

On Wednesday 5th May 2021 we hosted an exclusive event with Mark Macfarlane, Todd Energy chief executive (and Chair of Energy Resources Aotearoa).

We discussed his plans for the role and how he sees the future of natural gas in New Zealand.

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WEBINAR WITH ANDREW MCCONVILLE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF APPEA

On Monday 19th October 2020 we hosted a webinar with Andrew McConville, Chief Executive of APPEA.

We held a discussion with our Australian counterparts on news and developments from across the Tasman, including lessons we can learn from each other. 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

webinar with dr joe kang, president of the international gas union

On Monday 31st August 2020 we hosted a webinar with Dr Kang, President of the International Gas Union. 

Dr Kang is a global energy leader who discussed trends for natural gas across the world, including the impact of Covid-19 and the future for LNG, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage. 

 


PEPANZ 2020 Pre-Election Forum

On Thursday 30 July we were proud to co-host an energy and resources pre-election forum in conjunction with Straterra which is available for viewing below.

Our guest speakers included:

  • Minister of Energy and Resources Hon Dr Megan Woods
  • National Party spokesman Jonathan Young MP
  • New Zealand First deputy leader Fletcher Tabuteau
  • Green Party co-leader Hon James Shaw
  • ACT spokesperson Brooke van Velden