Breakfast with the Minister for Energy and Resources

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Come and hear Hon Dr Megan Woods talk about her strategic priorities for the energy sector in 2019.

The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is delighted to invite you to attend the BEC's annual Ministerial breakfast. We have the pleasure of hosting Hon Dr Megan Woods, the Hon Minister for Energy and Resources, Minister of Research, Science and Innovation, and Minister of Government Digital Services.

Delivering balanced energy outcomes across the ‘Trilemma’ dimensions of energy equity, energy security and environmental sustainability requires transparent and effective communication and collaboration between government and industry. The Minister will speak about her priorities for the energy sector over the coming year and the opportunities she sees to work together with the sector to achieve them.

This will be followed by a discussion with the audience and a chance for you to address the Minister directly and ask your own questions.

On arrival we will provide you with breakfast and you will have the chance to network with leaders from across the energy industry.

We are delighted to bring you this breakfast event in conjunction with NZX.

Doors will open and breakfast will be served from 8.00 am.

Registrations are limited to four per organisation.

Press by invitation only.



Hon Megan Woods is a Christchurch local, and has been the Member of Parliament for Wigram since 2011. Following the 2017 election, Megan was sworn in as a Minister of the Crown with portfolio responsibilities including the Greater Christchurch Regeneration, Energy and Resources, Research, Science and Innovation, and responsibility for the Earthquake Commission.

In her role as a local MP, Megan has worked alongside Cantabrians on important issues, in particular as many move on from the devastating earthquakes that struck the city in 2010 and 2011. With her ministerial focus on Christchurch, she wants closure for all Cantabrians.

In Opposition, Megan held various portfolios - including Climate Change and Canterbury Issues - helping her to gain an understanding of a wide range of issues and build important relationships, especially in Christchurch. Prior to becoming a Member of Parliament, Megan worked as a Business Manager at Plant & Food Research. She holds a PhD in New Zealand History from the University of Canterbury.

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