DAY 1: Saturday 20 October
07:00 - 14:00 10:00 - 17:00 12:00 - 17:00 19:00 - 23:00 Golf Royal Pines Resort Convention Registration Exhibition Set-up Welcome Dinner Royal Pines Resort
DAY 2: Sunday 21 October
8:00 - 15:30 9:00 - 11:00 9:00 - 11:00 11:00 - 16:00 16:00 - 19:30 17:30 - 18:00 18:00 Exhibition Set-up APIA Board Meeting Convention Registration Sunday Outing Movie World on the Gold Coast Convention Registration Speakers' Briefing (Optional) - Chaired by Cheryl Cartwright, Chief Executive, APIA Exhibition Opening Reception Royal Pines Resort Opening Address: TBC 19:30 - 23:00 Opening Dinner Royal Pines Resort
DAY 3: Monday 22 October
08:00 – 08:45 08:00 – 17:00 08:45 Arrival Tea/Coffee Registration MORNING BUSINESS SESSION Chair: Cheryl Cartwright, Chief Executive, Australian Pipeline Industry Association National Anthem Welcoming Address: Mark Harper, President, Australian Pipeline Industry Association 09:15 09:35 10:00 10:30 10:30 – 15:30 11:00 Opening Address: The Hon Ian Macfarlane, MP, Federal Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources (Invited) Keynote Address: The Hon Geoff Wilson, MP, Queensland, Minister for Mines and Energy (Invited) Award Presentation Morning Tea Partners’ Day Outing Chair: Ashley Kellett, General Manager, South East Australia Gas Pty Ltd and Vice-President, APIA PIPELINE INDUSTRY STRATEGY Keynote Address: Russell Higgins, AO, Member of Prime Minister’s Task Group on Emmissions Trading and Director APA Group 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:30 The Vision for an East Australian Gas Grid Mick McCormack, Managing Director, APA Group Coal Seam Methane Development James Czornohalan, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Fyfe Pty Ltd Lunch AFTERNOON BUSINESS SESSION Chair: Alan Freer, Managing Director, Epic Energy and APIA Director THE ENVIRONMENT; CLIMATE CHANGE AND WATER Greenhouse and Climate Change Litigation: Implications for the Pipeline and Gas Industries Fred Turatti, Associate Environmental Scientist, URS Australia 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 The Water Crisis: Surveying “Our Energy Lifelines” Cameron Sly, Project Manager, LandPartners Limited The Effectiveness or Otherwise of State Supplied Pipe and Fittings to the SEQ Water Grid Projects Steve Crossingham, Associate, IDM Partners and Nigel Deacon, QLD Department of Infrastructure Afternoon Tea Chair: Peter Cox, National Pipelines Manager, WorleyParsons Services Pty Ltd and APIA Director PROCESS AND DESIGN Compressor Station Layout Considerations Rainer Kurtz, Manager, Systems Analysis, Solar Turbines 16:00 16:30 17:00 18:30 – 23:00 Compressor Stations – Pipeline Capacity Optimisation Kelvin Andijich, Business Development Manager, Enerflex Global Economic Justification of Mechanical Dry Seal for Centrifugal Compressors John Sears, Global Director of Gas Seals, Flowserve Close Fancy Dress Dinner (Costume Theme: What Were you Wearing When The Titanic Sank?) Sea World on the Gold Coast
DAY 4: Tuesday 23 October
08:00 – 09:00 08:00 – 17:00 08:30 09:30 – 15:00 09:15 Arrival Tea/Coffee Registration APIA AGM Partners’ Shopping Shuttle MORNING BUSINESS SESSION Chair: Marie Malaxos, Chief Operating Officer, ARC Energy Limited and APIA Director TECHNICAL CHALLENGES AND REQUIREMENTS Possibilities for Aboveground Pipelines Peter Tuft, Director, Peter Tuft and Associates 09:45 10:15 10:45 Pipeline Induction Bends Barry Crouch, Managing Director, Inductabend Pty Ltd Morning Tea Chair: Bob Allison, Engineering Manager, Australian Pipeline Trust and Chair, Pipeline Operators Group PIPELINE OPERATIONS ISSUES (Presented by the Pipeline Operators Group) Inspection of Gippsland Oil and Gas Gathering Pipelines Chris Yoxall, General Manager, Rosen Australia and Mike Liddell, Senior Pipelines and Materials Engineer, ExxonMobil Underground Services – Out of Sight Out of Mind Brian Zeller, Manager Queensland, Dial Before You Dig Obsolete Equipment – Balancing Stakeholder Perspectives Geoff Brown, Manager NSW Operations, Agility MSSP GIS Management of Urban Encroachment Neil Weatherly, Lands Manager Queensland, Alinta Asset Management POG Panel Session 12:45 13:45 Lunch AFTERNOON BUSINESS SESSION Chairperson: Mark Twycross, Director Pipelines, McConnell Dowell Constructors and APIA Director NEW/ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES The International Gas Union and Transmission Pipelines Barbara Jinks, Senior Pipeline Engineer, GHD Pty Ltd 14:15 14:45 15:15 15:45 Legal Issues for Pipeliners – Land Access Over Life of Pipeline Bronwyn Clarkson, Partner, Carter Newell Lawyers North American Pipeline Industry Challenges and Opportunities Martin Axelby, Senior Pipeline Engineer, WorleyParsons Services Pty Ltd Afternoon Tea Chair: Max Kimber, Managing Director, M J Kimber Consultants Pty Ltd and APIA Director PROJECT UPDATE Dampier Bunbury Pipeline Stage 5 Update Mark Cooper, Manager Commercial, DBNGP 16:15 16:45 19:00 – midnight Water Pipelines – The Application of Cross Country Methods – Burdekin Water Pipeline Leon Richards and Chris Swaine, Project Managers, McConnell Dowell Constructors Summary & Close: Mark Harper, President, Australian Pipeline Industry Association APIA Annual Dinner Gold Coast Convention Centre
“Australia’s Pipeline s – Our Energy Lifeline s”
The Australian Pipeline Industry Association reserves the right to cancel or alter any program item, venue or activity without notice. The Association assumes no liability to participants, their employees or agents for any claim, loss, damage, or expense arising out of or in any way connected to the Convention. Participants should arrange their own insurance.
The 39th annual APIA Convention and Exhibition is the Australian pipeline industry’s main 2007 event. This year’s Convention will be held 20 to 23 October at the Royal Pines Convention Centre on Queensland’s Gold Coast. The title of this year’s program is: Australia’s Pipelines – Our Energy Lifelines. The Convention and Exhibition will provide relevant, up-to-date information about projects and international issues, address technical challenges and look at new developments in Coal Seam Methane, environmental issues and water pipelines. The APIA Convention and Exhibition is recognised as one of the most important events in the national energy and infrastructure calendar. This year's Exhibition will once again provide delegates and exhibitors with an excellent opportunity to discuss and demonstrate the latest products and services. During the past year the next generation of pipeliners has demonstrated their willingness to participate in all APIA events, and it is expected that the 2007 event will attract more of the nation’s younger pipeliners than ever before. They want to meet and learn from the experienced members of the industry. In a dynamic industry, it is a mark of the success of a national convention, that all of the industry is interested in and committed to the business of building and managing pipelines. The APIA Convention and Exhibition will provide a forum for exchange of ideas and information like no other energy event in Australia. The business program promises high-quality papers and useful information and we look forward to welcoming you and your partner to the 2007 APIA Convention and Exhibition at the Gold Coast, to participate in four busy, informative and entertaining days. Situated between the Gold Coast and the hinterland, Royal Pines Resort is just 12 minutes from the heart of Surfers Paradise and only 30 minutes from Coolangatta Airport. The Resort offers five restaurants and the Lobby Bar, two golf courses, a family putting course, driving range, seven tennis courts and a large swimming pool and spa.
Royal Pines Resort
With most areas only 30 minutes from Surfers Paradise the hinterland of Australia’s Gold Coast is definitely worth a visit. There is a magnificent range of eco-tourism, cultural and heritage attractions plus a variety of outdoor activities. It’s a world of tropical rainforests and secluded teahouses, mountain vistas, vineyards, historical villages and art galleries. Much of the hinterland area is World Heritage National Park, allowing visitors to experience the beauty of the mountains and valleys on well signposted walking tracks.
The Gold Coast hosts Australia’s largest theme parks: Sea World: not only are there all the great rides you would expect of a theme park, but also a large range of marine life enclosures and shows to enjoy. New attractions at Sea World include the Sea World Eye, a 60m high ferris-wheel and the Shark Bay enclosure. Warner Bros Movie World: takes you to Hollywood with behind the scenes action, stunt shows and classic characters ready to have their picture taken with you. Movie World also boasts new thrill rides such as the Batwing Spaceshot and Superman Escape. Wet ’n’ Wild: there is definitely no shortage of rides for all levels of thrill seekers here. Visit the newly constructed Extreme H2O Zone and ride the Tornado, Black Hole and Mach 5 slides. Dreamworld: visit some of the fastest, tallest rides in the world like the Giant Drop or the Tower of Terror or say hello to some of the wildlife like the family of Bengal Tigers. Visit the new attraction, Nightmares, and discover what lurks in the freezer or visit Agoscia, the Italian house of fashion and fear.
Gold Coast: Australia’s Favourite Playground
The Gold Coast is one of the world’s most famous coastal playgrounds. Millions of Australians and visitors from every part of the globe have enjoyed the cosmopolitan atmosphere and sensational beaches on Queensland’s Gold Coast. The weather, shopping, lush hinterlands, spectacular scenery and magnificent beaches are some of the many reasons why this part of Australia remains one of the country’s most prominent icons. Visitors to the Gold Coast marvel at the night life, the theme parks and the vibrant atmosphere of a fun holiday destination, coupled with the opportunity to relax and enjoy the sun and surf on kilometres of golden beaches. The coastal strip with its world class beaches, high-rise apartments, quality hotels, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops entices visitors to enjoy this playground to its fullest at any time of the year. There is much to see and do, from the impressive canal cruises passing multimillion dollar homes, to the tranquil setting of World-Heritage-listed national parks. The Gold Coast will always remain a favourite destination for those wanting a great escape to the warmth and vitality of Queensland’s greatest attraction.
There is a great variety of shopping venues throughout the Gold Coast, ranging from stylish lifestyle centres, markets, craft galleries and elegant arcades. The Gold Coast hosts Queensland's largest shopping centre; Pacific Fair, as well as the ‘brand-direct’ (at discount prices) shopping centre at Harbourtown. Other major shopping complexes are located at Surfers Paradise, Main Beach/The Spit and Marina Mirage.
Billed as the most striking urban design building to appear on the Gold Coast Skyline, Q1 is the world’s tallest residential building. Boasting 80 levels of luxury living, the fastest elevators in Australia travel at 9 meters per second rising to 230 metres above the Gold Coast. Visit the Q1 Observation deck where you can take in the 360 degree views. Relax and enjoy coffee and cake in the Skybar Café and Lounge Bar on level 77.
There are a range of wildlife parks in the Gold Coast area and two of these include: David Fleay Wildlife Park: Established over 50 years ago, this park houses a large collection of rare and threatened species. Guided tours and wildlife talks are offered regularly through the natural habitat enclosures that house animals such as platypuses, crocodiles and koalas. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary: Interact with Australian wildlife as they roam around their natural free-range habitats. Watch the unique feeding sessions for the park’s kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, koalas, echidnas and waterbirds. Enjoy the interactive animal shows such as the Free Flight Bird Spectacular or the wild rainbow lorikeets that come to feed at the park. They may come as a small group or in a flock of hundreds, either way you won’t be disappointed.
The Gold Coast is famous for its stunning beaches with 70km of uninterrupted coastline. There are dozens of patrolled areas staffed by professional lifeguards and volunteers from Queensland’s Surf Life Saving Clubs. Some of the major beaches in the Gold Coast area include: South Stradbroke Island, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach, Burleigh Heads, Tallebudgera, Currumbin, Palm Beach, Kirra Point and Coolangatta.
Further information is available from ww.queenslandholidays.com.au Climate Enjoy the Gold Coast’s subtropical climate with average temperatures ranging from a minimum of 15˚C to highs of 26˚C
Please note the registration closing dates. Accommodation cannot be guaranteed after Friday 31 August 2007 at convention hotels. You are encouraged to book early. Full Delegate Registration includes: Convention satchel and contents; Various sponsored items; Copy of the convention papers on CD; Attendance at all of the business sessions listed in the program; Complimentary tickets to social functions (some may have limited numbers so register early to make sure you don’t miss out); All luncheons, morning and afternoon teas; Entry to the trade exhibition. Partner Registration includes attendance at all recreational activities and social functions listed in the program as well as entry to the trade exhibition. Day Delegate Registration includes: Convention satchel and contents; Various sponsored items; Copy of the convention papers on CD; Attendance at the business sessions, morning, afternoon tea and lunch on the day/s registered; Entry to the trade exhibition. NB: Attendance at recreational activities and social functions will be charged at the rates quoted.
Children up to and including 15 years of age are complimentary and are welcome to attend the Sunday outing, partners’ day outings and luncheons, however, they must be registered and are not permitted to attend evening functions. Tickets to functions may be purchased for children 16 years and over at the rates quoted. (Please note that licensing restrictions may be in place for certain functions)
Cancellation and Alteration Policy
All alterations or cancellations must be made in writing and will be acknowledged by post, facsimile or e-mail. Notification should be sent to:
PO Box 139 CALWELL ACT 2905. Facsimile: 02 6292 9002 Email: email@example.com
An administration fee of $110.00 will be charged to any participant cancelling before Friday 31 August 2007. Cancellations received after Friday 31 August 2007 and before Friday 21 September 2007 will incur an administration charge of $220.00. All cancellations received after Friday 21 September 2007 will be required to pay full registration fees. Substitute delegates will be accepted.
Social Functions (additional/individual ticket sales)
An administration charge of $44.00 will be made to any guest cancelling before Friday 21 September 2007. Cancellations received after Friday 21 September 2007 will be required to pay the full fee. Substitute delegates will be accepted. By submitting your registration you agree to the terms and conditions of the cancellation policy.
All Accommodation Prices are Inclusive of GST
Australia’s major airlines include:
Crowne Plaza Royal Pines Resort
Ross Street, Ashmore, QLD
Crowne Plaza Royal Pines is a relaxed, friendly resort where every room enjoys views over the two golf courses or, from the higher floors, the Pacific Ocean. Located just 12 minutes to the spectacular beaches of Surfer’s Paradise and the heart of the Gold Coast, the property offers spacious luxury rooms with individually controlled air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities and mini bar. The 5-star property is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar refurbishment of all guest rooms and facilities. Single/Twin/Double $195.00 per room per night Junior Suite $255.00 per room per night
Phone: Web: 13 13 13 www.qantas.com.au
Virgin Blue Airlines
Phone: Web: 13 67 89 www.virginblue.com.au
Phone: Web: 13 15 38 www.jetstar.com
16 Moylan Place, Ashmore, QLD
Five minutes drive from Royal Pines, Royal Woods offers self-contained villas, all with full kitchen facilities, air conditioning, laundry and dryer. The tropical resort provides spacious outdoor seating areas, outdoor pool and indoor heated pool, gym and heated spas. Electronic games room and kids play area. 1 bedroom apartment $180.00 per room per night 2 bedroom apartment $255.00 per room per night 3 bedroom apartment $390.00 per room per night
Registration enquiries are to be directed to Conference Co-ordinators: Phone: 02 6292 9000 Fax: 02 6292 9002 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org All other enquiries are to be directed to APIA: Phone: 02 6273 0577 Fax: 02 6273 0588 Email: email@example.com
Exhibition and Sponsorship
Some Exhibition and Sponsorship opportunities for the Convention are still available at the time of printing. For more information, please contact Steve Dobbie, Business Manager, APIA: Phone: 02 6273 0577 Fax: 02 6273 0588 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation and travel enquiries
Enquiries about your travel and accommodation should be directed to Conference Co-ordinators: Phone: 02 6292 9000 Fax: 02 6292 9002 Email: email@example.com
Golf Day (Limited to 72 players)
NOTE: 7.00am Tee-off. A light breakfast will be provided at the golf club and lunch will follow at the completion of the rounds. Register early to participate in this year’s 18-hole golf day. Situated on the Nerang River, the Gold Coast skyline provides the backdrop for the magnificent Royal Pines golf course. Sponsored by Vermeer, this year the competition will again be run as a 4-ball 18-hole Ambrose competition. If you would prefer to select your own team, please indicate the names of your preferred playing partners when completing your Convention registration form. All players not nominated will be allocated to a team.
Monday Fancy Dress Party Night: What Were You Wearing When The Titanic Sank?
The 2007 APIA Fancy Dress Dinner will be held at Sea World. The following poem may give you some ideas as to what to wear: As the Titanic sailed across the seas The parties began in the evening breeze The full moon glowed; the stars were bright And music filled the crisp, cool night Men and women looked for romance Dancing to the band at a formal dance A party for sailors and deckhands too The ship's captain and his trusty crew The ladies in their beautiful gowns And performers: singers and circus clowns There was Black Beard, Pirate Pete and Jolly Roger Through to men of the cloth and some artful dodgers The night was bright and all were gay
Saturday Welcome Dinner
A friendly, relaxed dinner held onsite at Royal Pines and a great opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues. Chill out in the 1970s themed room, guests are encouraged to wear their favourite flower power shirt.
The OneSteel Sunday Outing will be held at the ever popular Warner Bros Movie World. Jump on a ride like the new exhilarating Superman Escape Rollercoaster which will propel you vertically upwards at 100kms per hour in 2 seconds, or cruise along the Looney Tunes River ride. If rides aren’t your thing get involved in one of the shows throughout the park, the Police Academy show is certain to get you laughing or cringing. And don’t miss the opportunity to have your picture taken with your favorite star. Lunch will be held in Rick’s Dining Room located towards the centre of the park.
It was a cruise, of course - a time for play Some were diving, in snorkels and flippers And oldies snuggled in nightgowns and slippers It was a happy night - that's no mystery Until the Titanic sank - and they all became history
Tuesday Partners’ Program
It is proposed that a shuttle service will run every hour from 9.30am from Royal Pines to the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Cavill Avenue shopping precinct, Main Beach (perfect if you want to swim at a patrolled beach or wander through Gold Coast’s ‘café society’ area), and then onto Harbour Town (discounted brand shopping outlets) before returning to Royal Pines again. Spend a couple of hours at either or both of the shopping malls or simply spend the day at Main Beach in the heart of Surfers Paradise.
Sunday Exhibition Cocktail Party and Opening Dinner
Start with pre-dinner drinks within the Exhibition before moving to the outdoor sheltered dining area at the Royal Pines Resort for the Opening Dinner which is being sponsored by BlueScope Steel.
Tuesday APIA Annual Dinner Dance
The APIA Gala dinner is a magical night of elegance and entertainment. The Gold Coast Convention Centre will host this year’s dinner with outstanding food and wine for all.
Monday Partners’ Day Program
Today guests will be treated to some of the best of the Gold Coast. Start with a cruise out to South Stradbroke Island, enjoy a delicious lunch in a beachside restaurant and stroll or swim the magnificent beaches before cruising back to the mainland.
Golf, Royal Pines Resort
Appropriate golf attire, including collared shirt and soft spiked shoes (no denim or board shorts allowed).
Partners’ Day Outings, South Stradbroke Island and Gold Coast
Casual clothing, walking shoes, hats and sunscreen.
Welcome Dinner, Royal Pines Resort
Smart casual for both ladies and gentlemen (your favourite flower power shirt).
Sunday Outing, Movie World
Smart casual clothing, walking shoes, hats and sunscreen.
Opening Dinner, Royal Pines Resort
Evening/cocktail dress for ladies, lounge suit for gentlemen.
Party Night, Sea World
Fancy dress costumes recommended for both ladies and gentlemen. This year’s theme is: What Were You Wearing When The Titanic Sank?
APIA Annual Dinner Dance, Gold Coast Convention Centre
Formal evening attire requested
Business Sessions, Royal Pines Resort
Business attire for both ladies and gentlemen.
Surname Position Organisation
(Note your organisation’s listing in the Official Program and on your name tag will be shown as above)
Mailing Address Suburb Telephone (Business Hours) Facsimile Special Dietary Requirements
Is this your first time attending the APIA Annual Convention? Yes No
State Telephone (After Hours)
Surname Special Dietary Requirements Preferred Name
Name Name Special Dietary Requirements
* Children up to and including 15 years of age are complimentary and are welcome to attend the Sunday Outing, Partners’ Day Outings and Luncheons, however, they must be registered. They are not permitted to attend evening functions. Tickets to any functions may be purchased for children 16 years and over at the rates quoted (tickets to the Convention dinners are limited to people over the age of 18 because of liquor licensing).
REGISTRATION FEES – PAYMENT RECEIVED:
MEMBER Delegate Partner Day Delegate Delegate Partner Day Delegate Delegate Partner Day Delegate Delegate
BEFORE 31 August 2007
$1155 $520 $490 $1325 $600 $585 $1500 $680 $685 $750
AFTER 31 August 2007
$1275 $570 $560 $1465 $655 $670 $1655 $740 $780 $830
(*35% discount for Under 35’s attending the Convention for the first time)
THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE COMPLIMENTARY. PLEASE INDICATE YOUR PARTICIPATION BY (SOME FUNCTIONS MAY HAVE LIMITED NUMBERS)
Golf (7.00am Tee-off – a light breakfast will be provided prior to tee-off) Saturday 20 October Golf Clubs Required: (personal cost $33.00) Yes No NB Electric Cart included Welcome Dinner Sunday Outing Opening Dinner Luncheon Fancy Dress Party Night Partners’ Day Tuesday Luncheon APIA Annual Dinner Dance Royal Pines Movie World Royal Pines Royal Pines Sea World Shopping Shuttle Royal Pines GC Convention Centre Saturday 20 October Sunday Sunday Monday Monday Monday 21 October 21 October 22 October 22 October 22 October
Male Left Female Right
Male Left Female Right
Children* (include numbers)
Partners’ Day Monday (inc lunch) Couran Cove
Tuesday 23 October Tuesday 23 October Tuesday 23 October
ALL PRICES QUOTED ARE IN AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS. PLEASE PAY IN AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS. ALL PRICES ARE INCLUSIVE OF GST. Australian Pipeline Industry Association Ltd ABN: 29 098 754 324
EXTRA FUNCTION BOOKINGS FOR NON-REGISTRANT
CHILDREN - Note: Children up to and including 15 years of age are complimentary and are welcome to attend the Sunday Outing, Partners Day Outing and Luncheons, however, they must be registered. They are not permitted to attend evening Functions. Tickets to any functions may be purchased for children 16 years and over at the rates quoted (tickets to the Convention dinners are limited to people over the age of 18 because of liquor licensing).
Cost Per Person Full Member Individual Member Non-Member
Golf Day – Saturday 20 October Welcome Dinner – Saturday 20 October Sunday Outing – Sunday 21 October Opening Dinner – Sunday 21 October Partners’ Day – Monday 22 October Luncheon – Monday 22 October Fancy Dress Party Night – Monday 22 October Partners’ Day – Tuesday 23 October Luncheon – Tuesday 23 October APIA Annual Dinner – Tuesday 23 October $110 $110 $85 $125 $70 $50 $115 $20 $50 $130 $120 $120 $95 $135 $80 $55 $125 $25 $55 $140 $140 $140 $105 $155 $100 $60 $145 $30 $60 $170
No. Attending Adult Child
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
Sub Total $______________ Please give names of extra function attendees and function/s attending:
CONVENTION REGISTRATION PAYMENT
Please find enclosed $ I’m faxing my registration, payment will follow I have transacted an Electronic Funds Transfer to the APIA Account Receipt No: payable to APIA
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Card Holders Name
Please note your credit card details are required to guarantee your room is held until your noted arrival time. Neither Conference Co-ordinators nor the hotel will make any charges against your credit card unless you fail to give a minimum of 7 days’ notice in writing of your cancellation, at which time you may incur a cancellation fee equivalent to 1 night’s accommodation (subject to the hotels discretion). All cancellations will be acknowledged in writing by Conference Co-ordinators. Full payment of your account will be required at the time of your departure. The rates quoted below are per room per night
Royal Pines Resort
Standard Room Junior Suite Single $195 Single $255 Twin $195 Twin $255 Double $195 Double $255
1 Bedroom Apartment $180 2 Bedroom Apartment $255 3 Bedroom Apartment $390 / Estimated time of arrival Special Requirements Number Sharing________ Number Sharing________ Number Sharing________
Date of Arrival
Date of Departure
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CREDIT CARD DETAILS ARE REQUIRED HERE AS A GUARANTEE OF ACCOMMODATION ONLY
I understand my credit card details are given as a guarantee of my arrival and to ensure my room will be held until my nominated arrival time. No charge for accommodation will be made against this card unless I fail to give sufficient notice of cancellation in writing to Conference Co-ordinators. Card Number Expiry Date / /
Card Holders Name
Signature For further information or special arrangements contact Conference Co-ordinators on 02 6292 9000 SEND ACCOMMODATION / REGISTRATION FORM TO: APIA Annual Convention c/- Conference Co-ordinators PO Box 139 CALWELL ACT 2905 or Fax on 02 6292 9002 Australian Pipeline Industry Association Ltd ABN: 29 098 754 324