Representatives of the entire energy value chain set to gather at Australian Energy Week

Minister for Energy and Environment Josh Frydenberg speaking at the 2016 Australian Energy Week event.

Minister for Energy and Environment Josh Frydenberg speaking at the 2016 Australian Energy Week event.

In June this year leaders from the length of the energy supply chain, including both gas and electricity markets, are set to attend and speak at Australian Energy Week.

The program is designed to help those attending develop a full picture of the key issues, and identify new directions to enable the spectrum of energy participants to achieve the best possible outcomes. If this was important before, it is even more so now, as 2017 sees more controversy and a heightened need for collective understanding of the best steps forward.

One of the key points of discussion at the event will be; “What role does gas play in a carbon constrained Australia?”

Once touted as the transition fuel, the price of domestic gas and demand/supply imbalances caused by the launching of the CSG to LNG plants in Gladstone have resulted in a drastic fall in gas use for generation. The gas, power and carbon stream at the conference will be focused around this topic, bringing together generators, producers, policy makers and end users to discuss the future of gas.

Why you need to attend Australian Energy Week in 2017:

  • Be part of the most comprehensive energy event in 2017 and network with key players from the entire energy value chain under one roof
  • Access the latest content specifically tailored to the issues of 2017, including four new conference streams
  • Hear from Alan Finkel just after the release of the National Electricity Review and get invaluable insights into how policy will be developed to ensure the future security of the NEM
  • Hear from and engage with more CEOs and Ministers than any other event, giving you unparalleled access to the leaders that shape the energy industry.

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