South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference This September

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With so many developments in the last few weeks in both Onshore and Offshore gas this year’s SEAAOC is perfectly timed to look at how these recent announcements will change the face of the industry & economy.

Informa Australia & the Northern Territory Government are delighted to bring you SEAAOC: Northern Australia’s largest and longest established petroleum conference.

Key Themes to be covered include:

The crystal ball on supply and the role of gas

Onshore gas developments
o Certainty to move forward
o Reforms and regulation
o Updates on a new round of Australian projects – What is the potential?
o Economic benefits, jobs and growth – The reality
o Investment & infrastructure – What is required to maximise opportunities?
o What role can it play in easing the East coast shortage?

Offshore gas developments
o The Timor Sea agreement, reserves, project updates from operators and explorers
o Expansion of the industry and investment opportunities in highly prospective basins
o Local content and job opportunities

Optimisation of assets, collaboration & success

LNG Trading – Forecast changes on contract structures
o What will this mean for the producers and the market and how are shorter-term, smaller contracts affecting financing and the construction of LNG projects?

The future of LNG and new market opportunities

The supply chain of opportunity – jobs and training in the gas industry, upcoming projects and the effects on Territory businesses

Solving the gas shortage in the East – New developments, opportunities & time frames

Insights from:

The Hon Michael Gunner, Chief Minister,
Northern Territory

Hitoshi Okawa,
Director Corporate Coordination,
INPEX

Pat Dinan,
Barossa Project Director,
ConocoPhillips Australia

David Bird,
Vice President,
Shell Australia

Kevin Gallagher,
CEO,
Santos

Richard Cottee, Managing Director,
Central Petroleum

Paul Tyrrell,
Team NT Executive,
Chair Northern Territory Gas Taskforce

Philip Huizenga,
COO,
Carnarvon Petroleum (subject to availability)

Roger Cressey,
CEO,
Armour Energy Limited

David Green,
General Manager Business Development, Jemena

Daein Cha,
Managing Director,
Transborders Energy

Steve Davies,
CEO,
Australian Pipelines & Gas Association

Senior Representative, Origin Energy

David Boyle,
Vice President of Operations, Drilling and Supply Chain, ConocoPhillips Australia / Safer Together WA/NT

 

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities
If you would like to find out about how to sponsor or exhibit at the 2018 NT Resources Week, please contact Megan Rogulski on +61 2 9080 4030 or Megan.Rogulski@informa.com.au.

WHEN AND WHERE

05 – 06 Sep 2018

Darwin Convention Centre
Stokes Hill Road, Darwin NT 0800
+61 (0) 8 8923 9000
www.darwinconvention.com.au

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