Building an Energy Resources Sector Collaboration Ecosystem
NERA works in collaboration with aligned industry associations, government bodies and research organisations to facilitate and support business development and growth.
The links in this section will help direct participants to additional resources and opportunities.
A key goal of NERA is to create a more connected ecosystem delivering better outcomes for all energy resources sector participants:
To be a part of this collaboration Become a NERA Network Associate
01 Nov 2016 / News
The current ARC Industrial Transformation Research Programme (ITRP) round for industry-led research in priority areas, including Oil, Gas and Energy Resources, opened earlier this month and is due to close on 15 December 2016.More ›
07 Oct 2016 / News
The NERA Board endorsed in October, a number of early innovation and collaboration initiatives to enhance the competitiveness and efficiency of Australia's energy resources sector.More ›
19 Sep 2016 / News
NERA invites coal, coal seam gas and uranium stakeholders to register interest in a series of consultation workshops on October and November to help us fine tune the Energy Resources Sector Competitiveness Plan.More ›
The Energy Pipelines Cooperative Research Centre (EPCRC) provided Australian industry with technology to extend the life of the existing natural gas transmission network for better, cheaper and safer networks that can support increased demand for energy.More ›
04 Aug 2016 / News
National Energy Resources Australia is looking for the best innovators who will enhance the competitiveness and efficiency of Australia’s energy resources industry, supporting an inaugural Energy Resources Award as part of the Australian Technologies Competition 2016 (ATC16).More ›
NERA is calling for entries from innovative Australian SMEs for the inaugural Energy Resources Award as part of the Australian Technologies Competition 2016 (ATC16).More ›
The newly established National Energy Resources Australia - one of six Growth Centres that form part of the Australian Government's $248 million Industry Growth Centres Initiative - will enable industry-led collaboration, innovation and knowledge-sharing.More ›