The 2014 RAP builds on the solid foundations laid by INPEX’s inaugural RAP in 2013 and marks both the growth of the organisation in the Australian business community and a commitment to building strong, respectful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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INPEX and its Ichthys Project joint venture participant Total have committed $3 million to the construction of a trade training centre to be built by the Larrakia Development Corporation in Darwin.
In April 2009, INPEX signed an agreement with the Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation for the long-term management of the Djarindjin- Lombadina Airport, 185 kilometres north of Broome in the Kimberley, Western Australia.
The INPEX Supplier Relationship Program aims to establish long-term relationships with locally-owned and Indigenous businesses in Australia, ensuring innovation, effective cost management, and value-added solutions are delivered.