Tuesday, 26 October 2021

Presented and managed by PwC. Onsite hubs will be in a Perth & Brisbane CBD location.

11.30am – 12.30pm AEDT | Option to watch the APPEA virtual plenary session in the PwC onsite hub locations, before the PwC sessions commence

12.50pm – 4.00pm AEDT | Presentations only – both in-person OR virtually

Join us either either virtually or in-person in Perth or Brisbane after the APPEA plenary session for business networking, and to hear the latest from PwC’s tax & commercial specialists. Registrations are complimentary for APPEA members, government and key stakeholders.

Queries for the PwC Hub: Lauren White, [email protected]


Session 1: Transfer Pricing and Glencore

12.50pm AEDT (Virtual Only) | 11.50am AEST Brisbane | 9.50am AWST Perth

Following the High Court’s decision in Glencore, where does that leave transfer pricing in Australia for commodity pricing and related party transactions more broadly? How does the position balance against the ATO’s positions articulated in the recently released Decision Impact Statement and where to from here?








Networking with light refreshments (Onsite only)

1.45pm AEDT (Virtual only – break) | 12.45pm AEST | 10.45 AWST


Session 2: OECD Pillar 2

2.30pm AEDT (Virtual Only) | 1.30pm AEST Brisbane | 11.30am AWST Perth

In early July, the G20 endorsed the the revised proposals as presented in the “Statement on a two-pillar solution to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy” published by the OECD Inclusive Framework (IF), which includes its ‘Pillar 2’ measures incorporating a proposed 15% global minimum tax rate. What does this mean in the short term and what are the key issues to consider for taxpayers in the impending consultation and implementation of the Model Rules.









Session 3: Contemporary Tax Issues

3.15pm AEDT (Virtual Only) | 2.15pm AEST Brisbane | 12.15pm AWST Perth

As the industry evolves and contemplates its next transition and growth phases, we discuss some of the contemporary and emerging issues phasing its participants, including:
Tax and commercial issues associated with the transition to new energy investment and the entry of non-traditional participants in midstream and downstream assets; and
The evolution and impact of the treatment of labour costs on large projects.










4.00pm AEDT (Virtual only) | 3.00pm AEST Brisbane | 1.00pm AWST Perth