The Institute 

  • provides an objective view of international and domestic developments that have an impact on energy policy
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  • provides a trusted channel for dialogue with governments
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  • liaises with inter-governmental, non-governmental and community organisations
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  • provides a voice for Australian business in international organisations, including counterpart bodies in other countries
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  • recognises the independent and key role of all energy industry organisations
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  • encourages Australian young professionals and youth to engage in energy matters
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  • contributes to the maintenance of an investment climate in which capital may be invested on secure and predictable terms.
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The Institute supports free market choices within a sound national and global policy framework.

 

The Energy Policy Institute does not cater for individual membership. It recommends that energy professionals consider joining the Australian Insitute of Energy (www.aie.org.au)

 

United States Energy Association

The Institute works closely with the US Energy Association and has reciprocal membership rights.  

For information on USEA activities please go to www.usea.org.

Barry worthington

Barry Worthington from the USEA speaking in Sydney - 21/02/2017

Left : Niels Marquardt, CEO of American Chamber of Commerce

Centre: Barry Worthington, Executive Director the United States Energy Association

Right: Robert Pritchard, Executive Director of the Energy Policy Institute of Australia

What's New

Policy Paper 2/21 "The Shell Decision: An International Legal Nightmare for the Energy Industry" (Aug 2021)

Author: Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

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Senior EPIA Director, Trevor St Baker AO, awarded degree of Doctor of Engineering (Honoris Causa) by the University of Queensland (Feb 2021)

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"Policy Overview: After 20 Years, We Have Barely Started" (Nov 2020)

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Policy Papers

Policy Paper 2/21 "The Shell Decision: An International Legal Nightmare for the Energy Industry"

Author: Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

pdf graphicClick here to download the paper

 

Public Policy Papers: A compendium of Key Points (to August 2021) 

Since May 2013 the Institute has published 28 Public Policy Papers.

pdfClick here to view the compendium of key points.