With six of the world’s 14 major LNG projects around the world currently under construction in Australia, the country is set to play a vital role in the global LNG boom. Australia’s close proximity to Asia places the country in a strategic and cost-competitive position to capitalise on LNG export opportunities.
Demand for Australian gas has highlighted the importance of emerging unconventional gas technology to increase our reserves, increasing the need for new transmission pipelines to transport the product from new frontiers.
Australia’s focus on lowering greenhouse emissions domestically also means that there will be a market for gas-fired power generation and gas distribution network development on its own shores.
Australia’s Gas Leaders 2013 will encapsulate these and other exciting developments that have occurred over the past year, as well as presenting expert opinions on what lies in the years ahead for the growth of our natural gas industry.Article continues below…
Australia’s Gas Leaders 2013 is an opportunity for individual gas industry organisations to come together and make their voices heard to government and key influencers. The publication will be distributed to a number of key industry players, policy makers, associations, chief executive officers and directors, project managers, managing directors, commercial managers, asset owners, lobbyists, as well as to Gas Today subscribers.
The book will highlight major supporters of the industry, outlining major developments in their operations and projects and showing the contributions they have made toward the advancement of natural gas as fuel source. Featuring a number of reports, company profiles, emerging technologies and key milestones Australia’s Gas Leaders 2013 will be a comprehensive roadmap to the Australian gas industry, its future direction and its achievements.
The publication will be broken down into four chapters focusing on key industry activity including:
- LNG, processing, shipping and export market;
- Exploration and production, including unconventional gas;
- Power generation and micro-LNG; and,
- Gas transportation (transmission and distribution).