OUANZ

OUANZ “Q&ANZ” and AGM

18th May 2017
7:00pm to 9:00pm

The Oxford University Australia New-Zealand Society (OUANZ) holds a number of events in Oxford and beyond. We encourage our members who are in that region to get in touch with them.

The next event is an interesting and informative Q&ANZ with Seb Henbest, Head of Europe, Middle East & Africa for Bloomberg New Energy Finance, London.

We all know Australia is prone to a black out or two (or more!), despite (or due to!) its efforts to use renewable sources of energy.
But what is being done about it? Can Malcolm Turnbull and Tesla come to the rescue?

Join The OUANZ at 7pm (for start at 7.30pm) to discuss this pressing and fascinating issue facing Australia.

Location: The Wig and Pen, George St, Oxford (function room up the stairs – ask bar staff if lost!)

***The OUANZ AGM will follow immediately after****

(members only)

Nibbles and some drinks will be provided. Cash bar and dinner is available to purchase on the night.

Disabled access is available via a lift at the back (please contact Kate (email hidden; JavaScript is required) beforehand or alert bar staff – it is in a function room on Level 3.

Henbest_Seb-(Bloomberg)
Seb Henbest is a physicist by training, with degrees from University of Adelaide and Monash. He has also spent time at Cambridge University where he read International Relations, specialising in emissions trading and environmental markets.

A dynamic and entertaining speaker, Seb has advised the Australian
government on energy policy, and written extensively on energy and carbon market economics. He speaks regularly at energy industry conferences and events, and is quoted widely in print media, and has appeared as an expert commentator on ABC TV, Sky News, ABC Radio, and Bloomberg TV.

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The Britain-Australia Society Sponsors

The organisations shown have all committed to supporting this year’s events. Many thanks to them.

Commonwealth Bank Australia, CPA AustraliaEtihadCA ANZ,
Godiva ChocolatierTait Memorial Trust and Vestey Foods Group.