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Dr Graham Winkelman

Practice Lead Climate Change, BHP Billiton

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Dr Graham Winkelman is Practice Lead Climate Change at BHP Billiton based in Melbourne, where his global role covers BHP Billiton's response to climate change and energy policy, leadership of carbon capture and storage initiatives, and accountability for the strategic design of the Company's public climate change targets. Graham represents BHP Billiton through a number of high-profile fora, including the International Council of Mining and Metals (ICMM), the International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA), the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the World Bank's Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC).

Graham is a key representative for BHP Billiton on the Energy Transitions Commission, which 'aims to identify pathways for change in our energy systems to ensure both better growth and a better climate' and is a Board Member of the International Carbon Capture and Storage Knowledge Centre and the Australian Industry Greenhouse Network (AIGN). Graham has a PhD in Materials Engineering from Monash University, and has been contributing to the resource sector's response to climate change for 10 years in both direct and consulting roles.

 

What's New

EPIA's Executive Director interviewed by Alan Jones: 'Forced penetration' of renewables is 'destabilising the entire power system'.  

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The ESB’s Alarming Report on the ‘Health of the National Electricity Market"

Author: Robert Pritchard, Executive Director, EPIA

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Submission to the Department of the Environment and Energy on its Public Consultation Paper:

“Underwriting New Generation Investments.” (October 2018)

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Policy Research Note: "The Likely Viability of Nuclear Power in Australia"

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A Preliminary Commentary on the Collapse of the National Energy Guarantee

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The Institute’s submission to the COAG Energy Council, August 2016.

Policy Papers

Policy Paper 3/19 "Finding the Right Balance: Power System Flexibility in an Era of Decarbonisation: An Annotated Bibliography"

Author: Robert Pritchard, Executive Director, EPIA

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Policy Paper 2/19 "One judgment brings upheaval for energy and climate policy in Australia"

Author: Robert Pritchard, Executive Director, EPIA

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Policy Paper 1/19 "Why no Energy Policy?"

Author: John McDonnell, Principal, McDonnell Policy Analysis

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Public Policy Papers: A compendium of Key Points (to April 2019) 

Since May 2013 the Institute has published 24 Public Policy Papers.

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Public Policy Papers : A Compendium of Key Points (Aug 2016)

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Since May 2013 the Institute has published twelve Public Policy Papers.

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