We are committed to managing our business activities responsibly in all countries in which we operate.

Government submissions

As a proud member of the Australian business community, INPEX engages regularly with government and broader stakeholders. We participate in relevant policy consultation processes, including written submissions provided to government.  

INPEX Australia is committed to a high standard of transparency and is pleased to provide the below public submissions for ease of reference. 

2023

 

 

Government submission title

  Date of submission

Link to submission

Future Gas Strategy

  22 November 2023 

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Middle Arm Sustainable Development Precinct Senate Inquiry 2023

  31 October 2023

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Treasury Laws Amendment (Making Multinational Pay Their Fair Share - Integrity and Transparency) Bill 2023 [Provisions]

  21 July 2023

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Mandatory code of conduct for the east coast gas market

  12 May 2023

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Safeguard Mechanism Reforms Position Paper and draft legislation

  24 February 2023

Link to document

Climate-related financial disclosure: Consultation Paper

  16 February 2023 Visit this website

Mandatory Code of Conduct – Consultation December 2022

  7 February 2023

Link to document

2022

 

 

Government submission title

  Date of submission

Link to submission

Safeguard Mechanism Reforms (Crediting) Amendment Bill 2022 (the draft Bill) and the draft Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Amendment (Safeguard Facility Eligibility Requirements) Rules 2022 (the draft Rules)

  28 October 2022

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Safeguard Mechanism Reforms – August 2022 Consultation Paper

  23 September 2022

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Investigation of the acquisition by CHC Group LLC of Babcock Mission Critical Services Offshore Limited, Babcock Offshore Services  Australasia Pty Ltd, and Babcock Denmark A/S

  4 March 2022

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Tax transparency

We believe tax transparency strengthens accountability by governments and companies to communities. Tax transparency encourages good business practices that improve the overall investment environment. Transparency ensures citizens remain informed of the valuable economic contribution being made by the resources industry, and the benefits that flow to the community.

As a proud member of the Australian business community for more than 30 years, INPEX is pleased to adopt the Australian Government’s Voluntary Tax Transparency Code.

INPEX’s Code of Conduct stipulates the company must build sound and appropriate relationships with government and administrative authorities. INPEX is in regular communication with the ATO and responds in a cooperative and timely way to information requests. INPEX aims for certainty on material tax positions it adopts. INPEX actively promotes tax compliance by providing education and training on tax compliance to INPEX employees, as required by their roles.

Download our Taxation Transparency Reports below.

Human rights

INPEX is committed to upholding and respecting the human rights of all people including our employees, the communities in which we operate, those who may be impacted by our activities and those within our supply chain.

We conduct business in a manner consistent with the human rights principles encompassed in the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, the International Labour Organisation’s Declaration on the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the United Nations Global Compact, the Forced Labor Convention and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. INPEX also works to ensure it is not complicit in human rights abuses committed by others.

In May 2017, INPEX confirmed and announced its Human Rights Policy. INPEX recognises the significant role we have in ensuring the rights of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples are protected in the communities in which we operate.

Our strategy

Our goal is to become a leading energy company serving an essential role in global society.

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