Celebrating Women at the Ichthys LNG Project

Celebrating Women at the Ichthys LNG Project 

Times are changing in the traditionally male-dominated LNG and construction industries.

More than 1,100 Territory women are progressing their careers on the Ichthys LNG Project (the Project) across an array of roles including production operations, marine logistics, health, safety and environment and laboratory analyst.

Almost 300 of these women are working in trade-based roles.

“It’s fantastic to see so many local women working on the largest project in the history of the Northern Territory, especially in a variety of roles that have predominantly been held by men,” said Rebecca Cass, INPEX External Affairs Manager, NT.

Tomorrow, INPEX and the Project are proud to support a number of International Women’s Day events both at the Bladin Point site and in the broader community.

INPEX Operations employees will join students and staff at the Palmerston Girls Academy (PGA) for a special high tea. The Project has a long standing partnership with PGA which delivers initiatives aimed to boost school attendance rates and raise levels of attainment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls in Years 7 through 12.

At the Project’s construction site at Bladin Point, employees will have the opportunity to attend a professional development seminar and networking event to hear from inspirational women in leadership roles on the Project.

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