Events

Apr 19
BBMC Networking lunch with BHP

BBMC Networking lunch with BHP

The next event in the 2018 BBMC Networking Luncheon Series features guest speakers from BHP.
Scheduled presenters include Andrew Wilson, Head of Coal IROC and Sean Milfull, General Manager, BMA Hay Point Coal Terminal.
 

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BOOKINGSTickets are $95pp or $900 for a table of 10 which includes two-course luncheon and beverages.  To book CLICK HERE.

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Location: South's Leagues Club, 181 Milton Street. Mackay
Time: 12.00pm - 2.30pm
Apr 19
Major Project Enterprise Evening

Major Project Enterprise Evening

Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE) in partnership with Western Downs Regional Council are hosting a Major Project Enterprise Evening in Chinchilla on April 18. A number of industry site tours are also planned for the following morning, April 19, to give attendees an up-close look at some of the projects.

For more information or to purchase tickets please visit www.TSBE.com.au/events 

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Speaker Details on Day 1, Wednesday April 18 –  Enterprise Evening

  • Cr Paul McVeigh – Mayor, Western Downs Regional Council
  • Rhys Turner – Queensland Director, APPEA
  • Chris Way – Chief Executive Officer, Bridgeport Energy Limited
  • Darren Stevenson – Project Director for Queensland Assets, Senex Energy
  • Andrew Snars – Maranoa Regional Manager, GLNG Upstream Operations, Santos
  • Timothy Knill – Construction Project Manager, AGL Energy Ltd
  • Peter Dewhurst – National Manager LNG Sales, Elgas
  • Tim Magoffin – CEO, Techserve 

Site tours on Day 2, Thursday 19 April from 9am to approx. 12pm: 

Option 1 – Talinga Water Treatment Facility 
A water treatment facility that is part of Australia Pacific LNG’s coal seam gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project. This piece of infrastructure uses hi-tech equipment and latest processes to treat CSG water to make it available for traditional irrigation and alternate uses.

Option 2 – BOC Micro LNG plant*
Queensland’s first micro LNG plant near Miles to supply industry with a cleaner alternative fuel. The plant produces up to 50 tonnes of LNG per day into the domestic market, which is the equivalent of 70,000 litres of conventional diesel. BOC and Elgas will discuss that not only is the fuel used for the transport industry, but the LNG fuel is trucked from a network of refuelling stations to a diverse range of customers and has application in off-grid power solutions.

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Location: Chinchilla Cultural Centre 68-86 Heeney St, Chinchilla
Time: 5.30pm Wednesday, 18 April - 12pm Thursday, 19 April
Apr 20
North Queensland Injury Prevention and Return to Work Conference

North Queensland Injury Prevention and Return to Work Conference

The North Queensland Injury Prevention and Return to Work Conference returns to Townsville in 2018 with a new line-up of speakers focusing on safety as well as rehabilitation and return to work.

Ticket includes includes free networking event on Thursday, April 19 2018, followed by a full day conference on Friday April 20.

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Further information

Visit the conference website or call 1300 362 128.

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Location: The Pavilion, The Ville Resort, Townsville
Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (April 20 conference)
Jul 24
Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition

Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition

Held every two years, QME showcases a range of industry suppliers and solutions and provides networking and education opportunities.

More at http://www.queenslandminingexpo.com.au/

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Location: Mackay showground
Time: From 9am on July 24, 25 and 26
Jul 25
Queensland Mining Awards Gala Presentation Dinner

Queensland Mining Awards Gala Presentation Dinner

Tickets are now on sale for the Queensland Mining Awards Gala Presentation Dinner to be held in Mackay on Wednesday, July 25.

Hosted by the Bowen Basin Mining Club in partnership with Queensland Resources Council, the Queensland Mining Awards will highlight businesses of all sizes excelling in the Queensland mining industry.

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Tickets are now available for $175 per person or $1700 for a table of 10 which includes a three-course dinner, beverages and entertainment. CLICK HERE to book.

Pre-Dinner Drinks –  Begin at 6pm outside the MECC Foyer.

Dress code – Formal/Black Tie

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Location: Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre
Time: 6pm (pre-dinner drinks)

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