Tri-Star is proud to be a member of the following leading industry organisations.

As the voice of international business interests, throughout Australia and the US in particular, AmCham’s story has always revolved around its members, and its ability to provide them with invaluable access to opportunity. It’s a story of connectivity. AmCham’s members include CEOs, executives and professionals of all ages, and from all walks of business.

AMEC is an industry association representing over 250 member companies across Australia. Our members are explorers, emerging miners, producers, and a wide range of businesses working in and for the industry. We are a strong, effective and influential organisation that provides industry advocacy at national and state levels, value and benefit to our members, while building community support.

The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association is the peak national body representing Australia’s oil and gas exploration and production industry.

Energy Club NT is the leading networking organisation in Northern Australia providing a platform to connect the energy industry and stakeholders, initiate and sustain business relationships and share information across the sector.

Energy Club NT is an industry aligned, values driven organisation supporting a wide demographic of professionals in the energy sector including conventional and unconventional oil and gas, gas manufacturing, renewables and alternative energy sources. The Club is a not-for-profit association fostering professional relationships, business networking, research and development opportunities and collaboration that contributes to the growth of the energy industry.

The Queensland Exploration Council is an initiative of the Queensland Resources Council. Established in 2010, the Queensland Exploration Council is a not-for-profit, non-government organisation which sits within the Queensland Resources Council. The Queensland Exploration Council’s focus is on investment attraction and promotion of the exploration industry.

Queensland Petroleum and Exploration Association est. 1959 is a not-for-profit association that aims to provide members and the oil and gas community an opportunity to share experience and information, as well as to cultivate professional networks by hosting monthly guest speaker events. Its success as an industry association can be attributed to its membership base including not only petroleum explorers, producers and industry service companies but also consultants, banks, accounting and legal organisations, analysts, human resource organisations, power generators and gas infrastructure operators.

The Queensland Resources Council is a not-for-profit peak industry association representing the commercial developers of Queensland’s minerals and energy resources.

NRG was established to foster the development of Human Resources practices in Australia and the surrounding region by keeping members up to date with contemporary HR management and remuneration issues. We prepare remuneration surveys and research to help keep our members informed and we hold an annual conference to provide valuable networking and meeting opportunities for members.

WA/NT and QLD branches

The Queensland Natural Gas Exploration & Production Industry Safety Forum and Western Australia / Northern Territory Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Industry Safety Forum (known as Safer Together) are not-for-profit, member-led organisations of Operating Companies and Contract Partner Companies committed to creating the leadership and collaboration needed to build a strong and consistent safety culture in our rapidly evolving industry.