New GEA Board elected & members honoured
4 August 2022
GAS Energy Australia's 64th Annual General Meeting has seen the appointment of a new Board to take the Association into the next 12 months.
All serving Board Members were re-appointed, with the exception being the retirement of long-serving Director Tony Say (from CEM), who stepped down from the Board after 13 years - 12 years as Treasurer.
In recognition of Mr Say's outstanding and distinguished service and leadership of the gas industry, the Board have conferred on him the Association's highest accolade of Life Membership.
His service includes:
- 13 years on the Board, 12 as Treasurer.
- CEM's unwavering commitment to the Association as sponsors and trade exhibitors at the National Forum,
- Always ensuring CEM people are part our Committees and Taskforces, and
- The inception of the Ian Reynolds Scholarship, which is an annual $10,000 prize for young up-and-comers in our sector to further their education.
The Board also took the opportunity to present Barry Duckworth with his Honorary Membership, which was conferred during Covid restrictions, and formally presented during the AGM.
Re-appointments to the Board:
- Amber Fennell (Origin Energy)
- Gareth O'Brien (Elgas)
- Tanya Rybarczyk (Kleenheat)
- Ken Woods (Manchester Tank)
- Rohan Dangerfield (Ampol)
Office Bearers were decided by Board Members, with Amber Fennell re-elected as Chair, Gareth O'Brien re-elected as Deputy Chair and Tanya Rybarczyk elected as Treasurer.
For a full rundown on appointees see GEA Board Members.
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