In.Site Awards ‘People’ winner ‘Conversations over the fence’
The In.Site Photographic Competition seeks to capture the unique beauty of the environments, communities and people that both surround the natural gas industry and make it possible.
The natural gas industry plays a vital role in powering Australia. The competition showcases the strong and constantly growing relationship between the industry and the areas it operates in through photography. A celebration of community and industry achievement.
The People category was taken out by Travis Hayto, a contractor for Mitsui E&P Australia in Western Australia.
Titled ‘Conversations over the fence’, his photo highlighted the industry’s efforts to consult with communities in the Shire of Irwin.
Mitsui E&P Australia regularly meets up with local landowners to talk about activities and initiatives in the Mid West region of WA.
Lisa Azzarello, Mitsui E&P Australia General Manager External, Government & Stakeholder Relations, said: “The image ‘Conversations over the fence’ captures a quiet moment with a local farmer, discussing the land and plans for the year ahead.
“Mitsui E&P Australia is proud to be a part of the local community, and working collaboratively with our communities is a core part of what we do.”Explore
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