Get up to speed on Australia’s Gas Industry and gas market fundamentals

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With Australia exporting a record amount of gas and east coast production having risen by 20% over the last three years, Australia’s gas industry is rapidly evolving. Get up to speed in this 1-day essential training course covering the key technical, commercial and contractual aspects of the gas industry.

Register now and attend Australian Gas Industry & Market Fundamentals course on the 23rd of March 2018 in Melbourne. This course will be delivered by expert instructor – Craig Langford, who has over 17 years’ experience in the Australian gas industry. Take advantage of super early bird discount: Book before the 9th of February 2018 and save $300.

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Key learning objectives include:

  • Brief review of technical components of the gas supply chain
  • Examine the upstream, gas transportation and downstream gas business structures
  • Industry overview–sector activities and intra/inter sector relationships
  • Discover the foundations of the Australian gas market and the gas commercialisation process
  • Review the analytical tools used by the industry to make investment decisions
  • Examine strategic and commercial drivers for major gas market participants
  • Consider the future of the Australian gas market and observe trends
  • Discuss gas industry legislation, regulation and the relevant agencies affecting the value chain
  • Review the main contracts used in the gas industry and fundamental contract issues
  • Tips for negotiating key commercial terms and the legal traps to watch out for


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