Asia Pacific Fuel Industry Forum | Adelaide Convention Centre | 5-7 September 2022

EVENT PROGRAMME

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Pre-event5 September 2022
1830-2030Welcome Reception (Panorama Rooms 1,2 & 3)
Networking opportunity for all attendees
Day 16 September 2022
0800-0900Registration Desk opens (Foyer E)
Delegate registration
0900-0915Welcome and Opening (Conference Hall D)
Wade Death, ACAPMA President
0915-1100


Session 1:
  THE BIG PICTURE ON FUEL
(Conference Hall D)

The outlook for fuel refining in Australia – a perspective (30 mins)
Scott Wyatt, CEO Viva Energy

Chevron in Australia – the next Chapter (30 mins)
Anna Vargas, General Manager Australia (Downstream) Chevron

The road to economic recovery – impacts on business and inflation (30 mins)
Anneke Thompson, Chief Economist CreditorWatch

1100-1130Morning Tea (Foyer E)
1130-1300


Session 2:  CHANGING THE REGULATORY LANDSCAPE  (Conference Hall D)

Wage compliance in the Australian retail fuel industry (30 mins)
Sandra Parker, Fair Work Ombudsman

The Changing landscape for B2B relationships for fuel businesses in Australia (30 mins)
Bruce Bilson, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman

Fuel Measurement & Calibration (30 mins)
Bill Loizides, General Manager National Measurement Institute

1300-1345Lunch (Foyer E)
1345-1515
(Stream A)


Stream A:
  FUEL DISTRIBUTION & RETAILING
(Conference Hall D)

Developments in truck technologies to 2030 and beyond (30 mins)
Mark Hammond, Chief Technical Officer, Truck Industry Council

People, risk & reputation in the road transport industry (30 mins)
Peter Anderson, CEO Victorian Transport Association

Road transport and industrial relations – a perspective (30 mins)
(Speaker TBC)

1345-1515
(Stream B)


Stream B:
  CONTRACTORS FORUM
(Rooms E2 & E3)

The drive for Fuel contractor accreditation & recognition (30 mins)
Paul Walsh, CEO Australian Industry Standards

Skills and compliance in the petroleum contracting industry & what/how
to become a preferred contractor
 (60 mins)
Panel discussion facilitated by Daryl Osborne

1515-1545Afternoon Tea (Foyer E)
1545-1645
(Stream A)


Stream A:
  FUEL DISTRIBUTION & RETAILING
(Conference Hall D)

Regulatory developments in fuel industry safety (60 mins)
Panel discussion – Fuel Industry Safety Forum members

1545-1645
(Stream B)


Stream B:
  CONTRACTORS FORUM
(Rooms E2 & E3)

Charge of the EV Brigade (30 mins)
Anthony Lahiff, General Manager Nilsen Electrical

EV fast charge on service station sites – issues, safety & challenges (30 mins)
Panel discussion facilitated by Daryl Osborne

1645-1730


Session 3:
  MENTAL HEALTH & WELL-BEING – A GROWING FOCUS
FOR BUSINESS
(Conference Hall D)

Mental health – a personal perspective (30 mins + Q&A)
Craig Hamilton

1900-2200Conference Dinner (Regattas Lawn)
Dinner on the riverside lawns of the Adelaide Convention Centre
Day 27 September 2022
0730-0830Business Breakfast (Hall G)
Delegate registration
0900-1000


Session 4:  THE BIG PICTURE ON P&C
(Conference Hall D)

The growing importance of non-fuel offerings (30 mins)
Angus McKay, CEO 7 Eleven

The P&C Industry – configuring for the future (30 Mins)
Casey Hyun, Principal Global Design Index

1000-1100
Session 5:
  THE CHANGING FACE OF MOBILITY AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR P&C OUTLETS
(Conference Hall D)

The outlook for supply of Electric and Hydrogen Vehicles in Australia to 2030 (30 mins)
Tony Weber, CEO Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries

The EV Experience in Norway and what it means for Australia (30 mins)
Alan Cadd, Managing Director Informed Sources

1100-1130Morning Tea (Foyer E)
1130-1230
Session 6:
  DIGITAL COMMERCE AND P&C RETAILING
(Conference Hall D)

The Digital opportunities for P&C in Australia (30 mins)
Ketan Kale, Premier Technologies

Navigating the changing payments landscape in Australia (30 mins)
(Speaker TBC)

1230-1330Lunch (Foyer E)
1330-1530


Session 7:
  NATURE OF THE ROAD AHEAD FOR THE AUSTRALIAN P&C MARKET
(Conference Hall D)

The changing face of the P&C Consumer – and what it means for Convenience Retailing (60 mins)
Belinda Mainland, Managing Director Survey Matters

The near-term challenges for convenience retailing in Australia (60 mins)
Roundtable discussion led by members of the National Petroleum and Convenience Retailer Council

1530-1545Conference wrap-up and close
Mark McKenzie, CEO ACAPMA