ADGO 2016: Industry needs shake-up plan

ADGO 2016 is to be held in Sydney on 7–10 March.

ADGO 2016 is to be held in Sydney on 7–10 March.

With deep political divisions around the country on how best to secure and deliver sufficient gas, the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook conference comes at the perfect time – a time of seismic changes in the energy sector and a time for the shake-up plan to begin.

Being held once again at the Four Seasons in Sydney from 7 – 10 March 2016, the event will bring together key industry stakeholders from the length of the supply chain to address and help all in attendance understand what lies ahead for Australia’s domestic gas markets. 

Rod Sims, Chairman, ACCC; Euan Morton, panel member, Governance Arrangements for Australian Energy Markets; and key state policy makers will be discussing clear, actionable conversations on the way forward for a clear energy policy.

Some of the key speakers confirmed for the 4th annual Australian Domestic Gas Outlook conference include:

  • David Baldwin, Chief Executive Officer Integrated Gas, Origin Energy
  • Rod Sims, Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
  • Malcolm Roberts, Chief Executive Officer, APPEA
  • Paul Adams, Managing Director, Jemena
  • Richard Cottee Managing Director, Central Petroleum
  • Mark Cully, Chief Economist, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
  • Rod Duke, Vice President Downstream, Santos
  • Stuart Jeffries, Director Gas Marketing, ExxonMobil
  • Martin Ferguson, Group Head of Natural Resources, Seven Group Holdings, Chairman, APPEA Advisory Board
  • Rob Wheals, Group Executive Transmission, APA Group
  • Clare Savage, Executive Director Policy Energy , Business Council of Australia
  • Barry Goldstein, Executive Director, Energy and Resources, South Australian Department of State Development
  • Kylie Hargreaves, Deputy Secretary, Resources and Energy, NSW Department of Industry

 

 

For more information on the speakers and topics to be addressed, please download the conference brochure here. For more information on this event and others, please click here.

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