The Energy Club WA hosts an average of two to three events each month, such as industry dinners and breakfasts, seminars and workshops, sundowners, plus the annual gala ball, charity quiz night, golf day and energy industry awards functions.
The Energy Club of WA wishes to advise that members and event attendees are asked to abide by our Code of Conduct.
Our draft 2024 events calendar is available for download here.
YP Sundowner: Open Mic Night - Thursday 29th February
The Energy Club Young Professionals are on a quest to uncover our members’ most innovative ideas about the energy sector.
WHAT:We want to hear your fresh ideas on the industry, energy transition and issues facing the next generation of energy professionals. This is your opportunity to share your point of view on technical, environmental, economical, social or legal topic. WHY:Speakers will present to industry leaders and peers, and have the opportunity to win exciting prizes! HOW:Pitch your idea to us by sending a brief summary to [email protected] by 5 February 2024. WHEN: Pitch your idea to us by 5 February 2024. Selected speakers will present at our industry sundowner on 29 February 2024.
Date: Thursday 29th February Time: 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Venue: The Aviary Lounge Bar - Level 1/140 William St, Perth
Introduction to Industry Seminar - Friday 1st March
The Introduction to Industry is a one-day seminar designed for those who wish to gain a broad understanding of the energy industry at an introductory level.
Delivered by industry professionals and experts in their fields; the core topics cover upstream oil and gas; from exploration through to drilling, development and refining and fuels, with pointers to our future energy industry.
Event details: Date: Friday 1st March Time: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Registration from 8:30am,
Venue: Level 9, Brookfield Place, Tower 2, 123 St Georges Tce, Perth
Tickets: Non-Member $455.00, Member $390.00, Student $110.00,
Group Bookings (3+) $370.00 pp
International Women's Day Panel & Networking Event - Thursday 7th March
“Count Her In: Accelerating gender equality through economic empowerment. Women’s economic empowerment is central to a gender equal world. When women are given equal opportunities to earn, learn and lead – entire communities thrive!”
This year WISE has joined with “Women in Energy” to bring you a great panel of speakers who will bring you an evening filled with insights into empowering stories of successful leaders, thought-provoking discussions on breaking barriers, and engaging conversations that will leave you inspired and ready to champion change!
Last year this event was a sell-out. Tickets can be purchased as individuals or rows of 10.
We're pleased to partner with AOG Energy to bring you AOG Energy Next Generation.
AOG Energy Next Generation will provide an opportunity for students to connect with industry leaders, build their network, learn about a range of Energy careers and engage in insightful industry discussions about the pivotal role Energy plays in the future of society.
AOG Energy Next Generation will attract students from recognised institutions renowned for their courses in subjects such as engineering & business. These students are invited to attend AOG Energy on Thursday 14th March to listen to inspiring thought-leaders and connect with an abundance of potential employers.
In addition to walking the exhibition floor of the industry's largest annual gathering, students are invited to attend the Next Generation Networking; a 1 hour networking event to connect with future employers and learn about the training and graduate programs available within industry.
We're inviting you to be part of this exciting new event on the AOG Energy calendar. If you have training and graduate opportunities available, and you want to connect with the next generation of industry professionals, then register your interest today. You or your team will need to be available to attend the Perth Convention Centre on Thursday 14th March from 1pm to 2:30pm.
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.