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Clear Filter | Speaking: Thursday 16 November

Rob Heferen
Deputy Secretary-Revenue Group, Treasury

National Tax Reform - Focus, Objectives and Status Update

Jeremy Hirschhorn
Deputy Commissioner, Public Groups and International, Australian Taxation Office

Tax Administration in an Increasingly Globalised Economy and Current and Emerging Priorities for the Resources Sector

Mark Cully
Chief Economist, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

Global Economic Growth - The Outlook for the Australian Resources Sector

Craig Yaxley
Board of Taxation

The Role of the Board of Taxation in Tax Administration and Policy - Activities and Priorities

Paul Abbey
Partner, PwC

Understanding and Communicating the Oil and Gas Industry's Tax Contribution in a Paradigm of Tax Transparency

Rod Henderson
Partner, KPMG

Are Australia's Fiscal Terms for Gas Projects Competitive? A Comparative Analysis
(This presentation has not been made available to APPEA)

↳ Co-Presenting/Speaking with Kurt Burrows, Partner, KPMG

Trevor Hammond, Michael Fenech & Chad Dixon
Partners, EY

Taxation, Accounting and Economic Modelling Issues Associated with Oil and Gas Valuations

William Campbell
Partner, PwC

Managing Transactions and Infrastructure Divestment in an Increasingly Complex Commercial Environment

↳ Co-Presenting/Speaking with Chris McLean, Partner, PwC

Noel Mullen
Deputy Chief Executive -Access, Fiscal and Corporate, APPEA

Ad valorem royalties or profits based rent taxes - issues for governments and industry

James O'Reilly
Partner, PwC

Recent deveopments in petroleum royalties

Melanie Reen
Managing Partner, Michael Johnson Associates

R&D Incentive - Where Does it Stand?

Geoff Webb
Tax Planning Coordinator- Indirect Taxes, Chevron Australia

GST and joint ventures - a case for red tape reduction
(This presentation has not been made available to APPEA)