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The Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2018 Learning Sessions

The Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2018, taking place from Feb 27 – March 2 in Sydney, and will explore the future of the domestic gas and energy market, the unique set of challenges facing each state and basin and both commercial and regulatory opportunities to encourage sustainable growth.

Want to go deeper? These in depth learning sessions will focus on identifying tailored solutions to overcome the unique challenges that face you and your organisation.

Choose from Learning Session A or B. Find out more here. 

In-depth learning session A: Forecasting gas price trends across Australia in uncertain times – lessons from completing the Gas Price Trends Review 2017

In this session you will learn strategies for better predicting gas price trends, while considering the implications of the external environment and current and future drivers. You will also compare how these vary between east and west coast markets.

The session is designed for all professionals in the gas industry whose organisation will be impacted by movements in gas prices.

  • Consider residential gas price and consumption changes
  • Look at a tightening global LNG supply/demand balance and it’s impacts
  • Assess implications from states regulatory movements and trends
  • Examine the increasing use of gas location swaps, gas time swaps
  • Evaluate impacts from varying pipeline service offerings

Rod Johannessen, Principal Consultant, Oakley Greenwood
Jim Snow, Executive Director, Oakley Greenwood and Adjunct Professor, University Of Queensland
Jeff Thong, Principal Consultant, Oakley Greenwood
Angus Rich, Principal Consultant, Oakley Greenwood

In-depth Learning Session B: Advanced strategies for improving government relations performance

This session will help you with the strategy, insights, human resources, contacts and policy smarts needed to work effectively with government. Discover strategies to help manage risks and pursue opportunities presented by current or potential government decisions.

The session is designed for all professionals who would benefit from new strategies to work effectively with government, including senior executives, board members, external affairs and government relations managers.

  • Understand how government risks and opportunities can inform your corporate strategy
  • Improving your internal government relations structures
  • Training and coaching your board and senior executives on government relations and lobbying

Simon Banks, Managing Director, Hawker Britton

In interactive groups, you will delve into scenario thinking for the Australian gas market. With the opportunity to table your questions and discuss challenges and solutions with peers, these sessions are a not-to-be-missed addition to the conference.

Maximise your time out of the office by including the workshop day as part of your registration package – you can find out more here.

ADGO is your opportunity to access the most comprehensive analysis of the domestic gas market and get invaluable insights from the most influential domestic gas players.

The full agenda is available here.

Book by Thursday, 25 January and save.

Simply register online here or call the booking hotline on +61 (0)2 9977 0565.

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