Please note - due to popular demand and the need for a larger room, the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2013 has been relocated to the Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney
Update - limited places available and filling fast. This event will sell out so book today to avoid missing out!
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The single biggest challenge for the Australian domestic energy industry over the next 10-15 years will be the availability of gas and its cost. The economic consequences of not getting gas supply right are significant -- and important for householders, small business, manufacturers and the power sector.
The Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2013 conference brings together key stakeholders to discuss the many factors in play in domestic gas supply and demand. The event flows from discussion at the successful Eastern Australia's Energy Markets 2012-25 conference where the questions hanging over gas supply were highlighted as a major issue for policymakers, regulators, suppliers and consumers.
While the Commonwealth Government and the upstream petroleum industry have high hopes for Australia to emerge over the next two decades as the world's largest LNG trading nation, a range of questions are unresolved for the supply and demand for gas domestically.
This conference sets out to examine the issues affecting the gas supply chain -- from explorers and producers to retailers and consumers, including power stations and energy-intensive manufacturers. It will examine the big picture and the sectoral issues through the eyes of business leaders, issues advocates and highly-regarded analysts.
It offers a valuable opportunity for stakeholders in gas supply to refresh their perspectives, update information and discuss the issues with each other.
Key themes of the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2013 conference:
- The future policy framework for the market
- The supply outlook and the likely impact of further unconventional resources
- The future price of gas and the impact of LNG exports on domestic pricing
- The needs of large industrial users
- The prospects for gas-fired generation
- How New South Wales will overcome its supply issues
Who should attend
- Federal and state departments responsible for energy market policy
- Gas explorers and producers
- Gas transmission, distribution and retailers
- Gas generators
- Non-gas based generators
- Large gas users
- Renewable energy providers
- Associated professional services firms (legal, accounting, consulting)
- Construction and engineering firms servicing the energy sector
- Energy technology and equipment vendors
- Bankers and investors in the energy sector
- Sector analysts and energy traders
How to get involved and have your say
Senior executives from gas producers, gas generators, large gas users, government and industry peak bodies will use this unique forum to voice their opinions on the most important issues facing the domestic gas sector today. Speakers will assert themselves as advocates for the future success of the sector.
For speaking enquiries please contact Aleks Zids firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors of the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2013 conference will position their brand as a thought leader and premier service or product provider in the Australia gas sector. Branding opportunities, speaking roles, co-marketing and business development facilitation are amongst many exciting opportunities available to sponsors.
For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries please contact John Burden email@example.com
Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2013 conference delegates will have unparalleled access to thought leading presentations, panel discussions and networking sessions. Delegates will hear industry leading thought and analysis and will take relevant and actionable commercial strategies back to their business. Great pre-Christmas early bird rates are now available so hurry and book before 21 December for the best rates.
For delegate pricing and to register, click here.