They just keep on getting better….
AGA held its annual Industry Forum on 28th & 29th November this year with the theme being “Gas in a Climate of Change”. This topic was chosen because it is very relevant to a serious discussion that must be had within the industry and with governments to address the issue of Climate Change and develop strategies to transition to a low carbon economy. As many of the presenters pointed out, gas can feature prominently in this debate and play an important role.
We were delighted to have many international delegates from Japan, Korea and China and it was particularly interesting to hear about the actions being taken in those countries to reduce carbon emissions, AGA Managing Director Chris Wealthy said.
Chris noted that a record number of delegates attended the Forum this year and said that he was absolutely delighted with the positive feedback received. Chris also thanked all the speakers for their insightful and thought provoking presentations which generated much valuable discussion. This is the right Forum in which we can examine and discuss the issues facing our industry and exchange ideas about the options and opportunities available, Chris said.
Planning for the 2018 Industry Forum has already commenced and we hope to have a very exciting, topical and relevant Program. We’ll keep you posted in subsequent editions of NewsFlash.
Finally, the AGA Board, management and staff extend our sincere thanks for your ongoing support and send you and your families Seasons Greetings and wish you a very happy and safe New Year.
From all of us at AGA we wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a safe, happy and prosperous New Year. The AGA Board, management and staff would like to thank you for your continued support and we look forward to working with you in the coming year.
AGA will be closed for the Christmas and New Year period and will re-open on the 2nd January 2018.
As announced previously, DR AS 4617 (Manually operated gas valves) is out for public comment and will be ending on 18 January 2018.
If you would like to submit any comments, you may forward them to our Group Manager, Technical Operations, Mr Billy (Vasilios) Tabourlos [firstname.lastname@example.org], or directly through the Standards Australia website