Today Endeavour Energy proudly launched their first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). We marked this important milestone in our reconciliation journey with a welcome from Dharug Elder, Uncle Lex Dadd, and smoking ceremony and cultural performance by Wuruniri Music and Dance.

Endeavour’s RAP Lead Mark Barton and CEO Guy Chalkley spoke about the importance of reconciliation and how our RAP will propel and guide us into the future. It reflects Endeavour’s goal of building respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and traditions, and will help strengthen relationships and create meaningful opportunities for First Nations peoples. Importantly, it includes practical actions to drive our contribution to reconciliation. 

As an essential services provider operating in high-growth regions of New South Wales, Endeavour’s network overlaps the Dharug, Wiradjuri, Dharawal, Gundungurra and Yuin nations. Endeavour Energy acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which they work, and pay respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. We believe we can deliver impactful and sustainable actions towards reconciliation now and into the future.