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1617 AUGUST 2017 | DARWIN CONVENTION CENTREwww.buildingnt.com.auPART OF: CO-LOCATED WITH:Building the Territory Civil Construction, DefenceA JOINT INITIATIVE BETWEEN:REGISTER NOW www.buildingnt.com.auNETWORKING AND SOCIAL EVENTSOFFICIAL NT RESOURCES WEEK WELCOME RECEPTIONFrom 6:00pmTuesday 15 August 2017 | Parliament House DarwinHosted by the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory.Enjoy the picturesque surroundings and gorgeous view of the Darwin horizon at Parliament House as the Chief Minister welcomes attendees to the 9th Annual NT Resources Week.*Complimentary for all NT Resources Week attendees (excludes expo visitors)Hosted by: Supported by:NT RESOURCES WEEK NETWORKING DRINKS5:00pm 6:00pmWednesday 16 August 2017 | Darwin Convention Centre, Exhibition HallsBrowse through the exhibition & arrange business meetings all over a refreshing beverage.*Complimentary for all NT Resources Week attendees (excludes expo visitors)Available for sponsorship - Contact Megan.Rogulski@informa.com.auNT RESOURCES WEEK GALA DINNER6:30pmWednesday 16 August 2017 | The Lawns, SKYCITY Darwin Join INPEX and everyone attending NT Resources Week for a social evening of networking over a lavish dinner and drinks reception.*Dinner price per ticket: $195 + GST.Sponsored by:NT RESOURCES WEEK BREAKFAST8:00am 9:00amThursday 17 August 2017 | Darwin Convention Centre, Exhibition Halls Ease into the morning of day two of conferences with a meal from the breakfast buffet. The perfect way to get ready for the mornings proceedings.*Complimentary for all NT Resources Week attendees (excludes expo visitors)Available for sponsorship - Contact Megan.Rogulski@informa.com.auSUNSET HARBOUR CRUISE4:30pm 7:30pmThursday 17 August 2017 | Departing from Stokes Hill Wharf Unwind from a very busy few days by taking in the famous Darwin sunset via the harbour cruise, giving you one last chance to solidify business contacts.Ticket price: $95 + GSTAvailable for sponsorship - Contact Megan.Rogulski@informa.com.auKeep updated on exclusive speaker interviews and other specialist content pieces at Informa Insights www.informa.com.au/insightsAN UNMISSABLE OPPORTUNITY2017 Northern Territory Budget outlining investment and opportunity for the Territorys future. Announcing a $1.75 billion infrastructure works package, $250 million in economic stimulus and a record $297 million for repairs and maintenance to create jobs right across the Territory.Katherine Times 2/5/17Some of the worlds best examples of urban, green architecture will be incorporated in the Territory Labor Governments $100 million CBD revitalisation to transform the NT capital into a first-rate tourist and cultural destination and create thousands of jobs for Territorians.Northern Territory Government Media Release 28/5/17Local construction firm PTM has been awarded a multi-million-dollar contract to build 80 new defence housing properties.NT News 17/5/17Multi-million-dollar investment at the worlds largest live cattle shipping port is paving the way for what its Chinese managers expect will be solid growth in the Northern Australian beef industry.Katherine Times 12/5/17The infrastructure budget includes $297 million to be spent on repairs and maintenance works the most any Territory Government has allocated.NT News 3/5/17Defence makes up more than 7 per cent of the NT economy already, which will grow to 10 per cent with the forecast spendingDefence is a big part of the strategic future of the Northern Territory, It already provides thousands of jobs, and we want defence to drive further growth. Hon. Michael Gunner, Chief Minister, Northern Territory Government 3/5/17REGISTER NOW www.buildingnt.com.au8.00 Morning coffee and registrationNT RESOURCES WEEK PLENARY OPENING SESSION8.30 Opening remarks from the ChairmanTHE CATALYSTS FOR INNOVATION & CHANGE OPENING PRESENTATION Innovative planning: renewable growth The present and the future all at the same time Taking stock and shifting gears What does it mean to innovate? Leading to change NORTHERN TERRITORY MINISTERIAL ADDRESS Collaboration & building strong relationships The resources industry in the Territory where are we at? The role of gas in a renewable future The Fracking Inquiry update (if timing is appropriate) The importance of collaboration in fostering a supply chain of job opportunities Innovation in action: The Territorys story The Hon. Michael Gunner MLA, Chief Minister, Northern Territory HOW IT ALL STARTED The foundations of change in the resources sector Reflection is powerful, we rarely take the time out to consider what we have done or what we should be doing. This session will provide a timely story of how the resources industry in Northern Australia came to be. It will be reflection for some, and contextualisation for others. How and why did we get to where we are? Who and what were the enablers and discouragers of our industry? Pricing past, current and future What can we learn from our history that will lead us to change? Murray Meaton AM, Director, Australian Institute of Energy KEYNOTE ADDRESS Getting to the heart of innovation & change Disruption. How do we keep up? What if we dont want to? How looking for answers can hamper innovation Revealing the biggest catalyst for creativity and engagement Cultivating a culture of innovation Agility the mindset of the future Andrew Lee, Thought Disrupter Change is Reality: Electric Transportation The role of the electric car in the new energy world. Tim Washington, Board Director Infrastructure, EV Council 10.50 Morning coffee and networking in the exhibition hallsOPENING OF THE BUILDING THE TERRITORY CONFERENCE11.20 Welcome remarks from the Chair11.30 Commitment to developing Northern Australia Updates on major committed, planned and proposed construction projects 12.00 Stepping outside the reliance on the Government for development Hon Adam Giles, Former Chief Minister & General Manager of External Affairs Pastoral for Australia, Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd12.30 INDUSTRY LEADERS PANEL | Greatest Challenges and Opportunities for the NT in 2018 Challenges > Increasing cost of doing business > A slowing economy > Low population growth > Investment in generational infrastructure - stimulating private sector investment to help free up limited taxpayers funds for essential services Opportunities > Working with the NT government to get results > Investing in industry-led outcomes > Making the NT one of the best places to do business and invest > Invest in talent as without talent, its damn hard to get much done > Provide certainty on any proposed projects or development Mark Coffey, Head, Office of Northern Australia Hon Adam Giles, Former Chief Minister & General Manager of External Affairs Pastoral for Australia, Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd1.00 Lunch in the Exhibition Hall2.00 Defence capital facilities and infrastructure development in the Territory Brigadier Noel Beutel, Director General Capital Facilities and Infrastructure, Department of Defence2.30 PANEL DISCUSSION | The next wave of defence projects providing opportunities for businesses of all sizes Contracting process Procurement timelines How the projects will be delivered? Brigadier Noel Beutel, Director General Capital Facilities and Infrastructure, Department of Defence Steve Grzeskowiak, Deputy Secretary Estate & Infrastructure, Department of Defence Michael Rinaudo, Defence Sector Leader, Laing ORourke Australia Allan Schmidt, Sector Leader Defence, Sitzler BRIG Timothy Bayliss, Program Manager US Force Posture Initiatives, Department of DefenceConference Day One: Wednesday 16 August 2017Keep updated on exclusive speaker interviews and other specialist content pieces at Informa Insights www.informa.com.au/insights8.30 Networking breakfast in the exhibition halls9.15 Opening remarks from the Chairman9.30 Developing Northern Australia The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) The NAIF offers up to $5 billion in debt or alternative financing mechanisms, which may be on concessional terms, to benefit northern Australia. Mr Hallam will provide an update on the activities and progress of the NAIF over its first year of operation. He will discuss the role of the NAIF in being a key catalyst for longer term transformation, economic and population growth across the north, particularly in the Northern Territory, including for example opening up new market opportunities and assisting the development of new, more resilient and reliable supply chains. Tim Hallam, Executive Director Origination, NAIF10.00 PANEL DISCUSSION | Development & Infrastructure Investment Attracting investors through global presence & industry collaboration Achieving long term economic growth and development of the Northern Territory Whats being done to stimulate private sector investment to free up limited taxpayers funds for essential services? Andrew Pickering, Chairman, Infrastructure Capital Group Karen Green, Lead Partner Business Advisory Services NT, Deloitte10.45 The $1 Billion Redevelopment of Berrimah Farm Regan Anderson, General Manager Developments, Halikos Developments Pty Ltd11.15 Morning refreshments in the exhibition halls11.45 Landbridge and Darwin Luxury Hotel Development Mike Hughes, Vice President, Landbridge Group Australia 12.15 Positioning the NT as a globally recognised region offering huge potential and investment opportunities? Understanding the unique conditions of the north Research and development opportunities that will help build capacity and drive growth & investment across the north What can be done to increase this perception? How can we all benefit? Opportunities and the importance of being prepared to try new things Luke Bowen, General Manager, Northern Australian Development and Trade, NT Government12.45 Lunch in the Exhibition Halls1.45 PANEL DISCUSSION | Working together to seize and develop opportunities - Cruise visitors bring a vital injection of economic activity in the Top End Positioning Darwin as an attractive cruise ship destination to ensure we maximise the economic benefits of cruise visits Catering to the boat tourists - Pop up store in main street, store opening hours Upgrading port facilities Alastair Shields, Chief Executive Officer, Department of Tourism and Culture2.15 PANEL DISCUSSION | Improving access, transport and infrastructure in the Territory Understanding the unique conditions in the North The importance of continuity of work to contractors What more can be done to avoid Territory road closures and the ramifications for the local businesses, economy, cost to build community services and community problems Options to fund urgent repairs of critical regional roads? The effect the delay to improvements to the vast network of unsealed roads in the Territory will have on employment and developing the North Louise McCormick, General Manager Transport and Civil Services Division, Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Louise Bilato, Executive Officer, NT Road Transport Association Tony McCormack, Chief Operations Officer, Australian Agricultural Company3.10 Afternoon refreshments in the exhibition halls and close of conference4.30 NT Resources Week Closing Harbour CruiseConference Day Two: Thursday 17 August 20173.45 Afternoon refreshment in the exhibition halls4.15 Project Update4.45 Improving competitiveness Winning jobs in a crowded marketplace Optimising for value - overheads, business systems, programming and scheduling, materials or wages A challenge for the industry and an opportunity for individual businesses Sustaining and growing business Steps to weather the economic challenges Kevin Peters, Chief Executive Officer, NT Industry Capability Network5.15 Close of Day One & Networking Drinks in the exhibition hallsREGISTER NOW www.buildingnt.com.auABOUT OUR MAJOR SPONSORSConocoPhillips - Platinum and Welcome Reception SponsorINPEX - Gala Dinner SponsorSUPPORTED BYSUPPORTING SPONSORS MEDIA PARTNERSEVENT PARTNERConocoPhillips is the worlds largest independent exploration and production company based on production and proved reserves. We explore for, develop and produce crude oil and natural gas globally. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips has operations and activities in 17 countries, $88 billion of total assets, and approximately 13,100 employees worldwide.Our local portfolio includes the Darwin LNG facility in the Northern Territory, Bayu-Undan field in the JDPA of the Timor Sea, and Australia Pacific LNG facility in Queensland. We also have exploration, appraisal and development activities across northern Australia including the Barossa, Greater Poseidon and Greater Sunrise fields.In 2017, with the support of the local Darwin and wider community in the NT, we celebrate 11 years of operation at Darwin LNG, having delivered over 570 LNG cargoes with the highest standards of safety, environmental and operational excellence.During our time in the Northern Territory, weve proudly trained a world-class, residential workforce with exceptional skills and knowledge, while also supporting and growing the capacity of local businesses. We are proud to be pioneers in the NT LNG industry promoting economic growth, healthy environments and vibrant communities, now and into the future.We invite you to visit our website www.conocophillips.com.au and connect with ConocoPhillips on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter.INPEX Australia is a determined, dynamic and rapidly growing part of INPEX CORPORATION, a leading independent worldwide oil and gas explorer and producer headquartered in Japan. We pride ourselves on being a relationship-driven organisation. This is closely tied to the shared Japanese and Australian cultural desire to cultivate and protect relationships. INPEX has been a quiet achiever in Australia for 30 years. However, our multi-billion dollar Ichthys LNG Project, in the Northern Territory, is now turning heads. It is being acknowledged for the vital role it will play in providing Japans future energy security and the multitude of community, social and economic benefits it will provide for generations in Australia.For more information visit: www.inpex.com.auKeep updated on exclusive speaker interviews and other specialist content pieces at Informa Insights www.informa.com.au/insightsSPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITIONPlease contact our Sponsorship ManagerMegan RogulskiTel: +61 2 9080 4030E: Megan.Rogulski@informa.com.auSPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION ENQUIRIESAttendee Industry BreakdownThe 9th Annual NT Resources Week 2017 Exhibition will provide you with an exceptional opportunity to penetrate Northern Australias resources and construction industry markets.Showcase your products, innovations and services in the exhibition hall across the two days.Be a part of Northern Australias largest resources and construction industry!A COMPREHENSIVE MARKETING OPPORTUNITY NOT-TO-BE MISSEDONE DELEGATE PASS GIVES YOU ACCESS TO ALL THREE CONFERENCESDirectorBusiness DevelopmentManagerGeneral ManagerFounder/Chairman/President/CEORegional DirectorProject/Operations ManagerOtherStrategy Manager 3%Commercial Manager 3%4%Construction/Civil Manager 4%6%9%16%16%20%20%For full terms and conditions, please visit:www.buildingnt.com.auEasy Ways to Register Web www.buildingnt.com.au Telephone +61 (0)2 9080 4025 Quoting P17R02 Email email@example.com Quoting P17R02Stay ConnectedBuildingNTMining the Territory Conference16 17 August 2017 | Darwin Convention CentreinIf undeliverable return to: PO BOX Q1439, SYDNEY NSW 1230POSTAGEPAIDAUSTRALIAPricing DetailsRegister Early & Save Early Bird Rate Book & pay on or before 31 July 2017Standard RateBook & pay from 1 August 2017CONFERENCE PACKAGE PRICE GST TOTAL PRICE GST TOTALTwo day conference $1,995 $199.50 $2,194.50 $2,095 $209.50 $2,304.50Special NT Business rate* $1,296.75 $129.68 $1,426.43 $1,361.75 $136.18 $1,497.93Gala Dinner (Can only be booked as part of a conference package) $195 $19.50 $214.50Sunset Harbour Cruise $95 $9.50 $104.50* There is a special 35% discount on conference attendance for all businesses that have originated in the Northern Territory, and are not a branch office of a national or international company. 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