The next Society of Petroleum Engineers (Qld Section) Technical Luncheon will be held on Tuesday 30 April from 12pm.
Topic: What is the relationship between licence to operate and the Triple Bottom Line?
Presented by: Georgy Mayo, QRC Resources Policy Director
Georgy Mayo is an experienced resources industry executive, with over 20 years’ experience in native title and resource law.
She is the Director of Resource Policy at the Queensland Resources Council where she engages with government and stakeholders on key regulatory issues and policy development.
Georgy has worked for over a decade in the offshore and onshore oil and gas industry with various companies covering conventional and unconventional projects across Australian, NZ and Vietnam.
Prior to that Georgy worked for the Chief Justice of the Federal Court in the Native Title jurisdiction.
She holds a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from the QUT, a Diploma in Legal Practice from QUT and a Post Graduate Certificate in Negotiation from Harvard Law School. She is admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland.
The triple bottom line analyses a company’s performance regarding ‘People, profit and planet’. Today a company’s licence to operate can be won or lost depending on whether the right balance of these elements is achieved. But getting the balance right in an ever evolving social landscape means companies need to first gain the trust of their employees and the community. Which raises the question: is ‘Trust’ the fulcrum to having the right balance to the triple bottom line?