Connecting Industry Events facilitate events for the resource and construction industry delivered via both in-person and live virtual streaming allowing your audience to connect, engage, and network with presenting speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, and all delegates. 

Our events management service is designed to assist the resource and construction industry and the supply chain to professionally facilitate in-person and online virtual conferences, industry updates, tradeshows, exhibitions, awards, training events and meetings, including other styles of events tailored to their business needs.

With technology advancements and enhanced digital connectivity, our goal is to connect the resource and construction industry to the supply chain by making opportunities accessible and maximising value based on sustainability for all stakeholders where their social, economic, and environmental impact is minimal.

our mission

To connect the resource and construction sector, create opportunities for all stakeholders, and embrace sustainability.

Our vision

To be the recognised leaders in connecting the resource and construction sector with business and work opportunities.

our values

To create opportunities with integrity and to consciously deliver value for all stakeholders, motivated by communicating purpose and service to industry. 


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Connecting Industry Events are designed to assist the resource and construction industry supply chain in planning and tendering for up-and-coming project procurement opportunities within throughout Australia.

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Connecting Industry Events feature major projects across Australia presenting their procurement opportunities to the resource and construction industry supply chain.

Aldoga Solar Farm & MacIntyre Wind Farm

Global Green Energy Manufacturing Centre (GEM)

Energy Estate: HyNQ Clean Energy Project

Mount Hopeful Wind Farm

Bouldercombe Battery Project

Urannah Water Scheme, Bowen Renewable Energy Hub, and the Collinsville Irrigation Scheme

Rookwood Weir

Snowy 2.0

Energy Estate & RES Australia: Central Queensland Power - Fitzroy Renewable Energy Zone

Avonlie Solar Farm & Fitzroy Renewable Energy Zone

Uungula Wind Farm

Central Queensland Power: Fitzroy Renewable Energy Zone & HyNQ Clean Energy Project

Australian Vanadium Project

West Musgrave Project

Coburn HMS Project

Morley-Ellenbrook Line

Renewable Ammonia & Hydrogen Project

Malabar Underground Project

Dumaresq Solar Farm

Mavis and Millennium Downs Metallurgical Coal Mine Restart

Narrabri Gas Project

Gregory Crinum Underground & Cook Colliery Mines

Hawsons Iron Project

Alpha Torbanite Project

Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub

Forest Wind Farm

Broadmeadow East & Isaac River Coking Coal Projects

Cross River Rail

Gladstone Energy and Ammonia Project (GEAP)

Inland Rail


Connecting Industry Events feature speakers from some of the largest resource and construction companies in Australia presenting their projects scope, timelines and potential procurement opportunities as well as breakout speakers delivering presentations and discussions focused on the procurement and supply chain space.

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Elyse Wise

Neoen Australia Mount Hopeful Wind Farm Project Manager

Cameron Smith

Fortescue Future Industries Head of Manufacturing

Cairan Dillon

ACCIONA Energia Aldoga Solar Farm Project Developer

Simon Currie

Energy Estate Principal and Co-Founder

Sebastian Burgman

Bowen River Utilities: Urannah Project Director

Dr. Andrew Forrest

Fortescue Future Industries

Matthew Healy

Greenvale Mining Chief Executive Officer

Daniel Leinfelder

OZ Minerals’ Approvals Manager

Mike Whitbread

RES Australia: Head of Solar and Storage Development

David Sykes

Mastermyne Group GM Underground Business

Abhiney Arora

Industry Capability Network (ICN) Queensland Executive Director

Nigel Hunt

Morley-Ellenbrook Line Principal Project Director

Vincent Algar

Australian Vanadium Ltd Managing Director

Matt Latimore

M Resources Founder & President

Mike Ferraro

Strandline Resources Technical and Marketing Director

Luke Blackbourn

Yara Pilbara: Manager Government and External Relations

Jane Brunton

OZ Minerals’ Commercial Manager

Ray Loh

Industry Capability Network WA Manager

Casey Broughton

Clean Energy Regulator: Manager – Waste and Energy Carbon Credits

James Johnson

Malabar Coal General Manager Development & Operations

David Watt

Inland Rail Head of Commercial

Todd Dunn

Santos Ltd Narrabri Gas Project Manager

Matthew Flower

CWP Renewables Project Manager Uungula Wind Farm

Nick Jorss

Bowen Coking Coal Executive Chairman

Sophie Habel

RES Australia: Project Controller

Geoff Clough

Snowy 2.0 Project Manager

Scott Stewart MP

Queensland Minister for Resources

Jeremy Kruger

Director – Tunnel, Stations & Development Cross River Rail Delivery Authority

Kerry Parker

Australian Future Energy CEO

Hon Keith Pitt MP

Minister for Resources and Water

Nicholas Assef

Halo Renewable Energy Managing Director

Quentin Hill

Carpentaria Resources Limited Managing Director

Jason Manttan

Inland Rail Supply Chain and Social Performance Manager

Ian Hudson

Industry Capability Network NSW Executive Director

Kate Swain

McCullough Robertson Leading Environmental and Planning Lawyer

Ben Hughes

Principal at Hughes et al

Daniel Belton

General Manager, Engineering and Construction at ACCIONA Energy

Stephen Troughton

Program Director Cross River Rail Delivery Authority

Stephen Grocott

Managing Director & CEO at Queensland Pacific Metals

Marnie Evans

Inland Rail Director Program Operations

Andres Gonzalez

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Project Procurement Manager

Alexander Graham

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Project Manager

Mike Swart

Industry Capability Network Qld Executive Director

Vincent Dwyer

Energy Estate Principal

Murray Saylor

Tagai Management Consultants Managing Director

Paul Hodgson

Interim CEO Scaling Green Hydrogen Cooperative Research Centre

Arran McGhie

Genex Power Chief Operations Officer

Benjamin Ortiz

ACCIONA Energia MacIntyre Wind Farm Project Manager – Controls

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The features of the Connecting Industry Events online virtual platform not only allow for presentations, but also enables delegates to connect, engage, and network with presenters, exhibitors, sponsors, and all attendees via live face to face meetings, phone calls, and messaging, including the downloading of presentations, brochures, and all session recordings. Depending on your objectives, Connecting Industry can offer a choice of options to meet your needs and budget. To learn how Connecting Industry can empower your events, contact us today for your personalised discovery demonstration.

Connecting Industry Testimonials

“A stellar job and as a sponsor, I believe we achieved what we set out to; brand recognition for attendees and businesses looking to engage our services in the future"

Jeremy Fisher Southpac Group

"The conference was really well done, informative, and I made some valuable connections. A well-run online conference"

Chris Birchall MRC Global Australia

"Great conference, very well delivered with realistic opportunities, well worth the attendance"

Richard Brasted Siemens

"What a conference! Very informative with some great projects in the pipeline from some very interesting speakers"

Stefan Maslak Stabilised Pavements of Australianation

    "It was a pleasure presenting our project at the conference and we expect to be working with some of the attendees in the future"

    Stephen Growcott Pure Minerals Limited

    "We found the information contained allowed us to collectively make new connections and business strategies in-line with the projects represented"

    Ray Cleary Astus Solutions

    "The event was fantastic and it went really very well with excellent presentations and as a sponsor we got great value out of the event"

    Hamid Khan FOSROC

    "The conference was extremely informative with some great projects presenting - one word: Excellent"

    Peter Morrissey HunterNet Co-operative