Register your interest

Comments

Register your interest

Comments

Queensland Gas 2.0

Developing the next generation of gas assets & infrastructure

15-16 November 2018 | Novotel Brisbane

Book Now Download Brochure

EARLY BIRD RATE - SAVE $500 // BOOK BY 13 October 2018

overview

Informa is delighted to announce the forthcoming Queensland Gas 2.0 Conference which is taking place on the 15-16 November 2018 at the Novotel Brisbane.

This important industry conference is being driven by the many new developments surrounding the next stage of onshore gas development in Queensland. Ongoing concerns for gas shortages for the east coast has driven a number of new initiatives to encourage a new round of gas development from the Surat and Bowen Basins in Queensland.

Hundreds of millions of dollars of new onshore gas projects, pipelines and processing facilities have been green lighted in recent months, with much more expected to be announced by the end of the year. It is this renewed investment activity that will be the focus of the Queensland Gas 2.0 Conference in November. The expected audience will comprise the full spectrum of the industry – from the gas industry explorers, pipeline developers, onshore gas infrastructure asset builders, engineering firms, the service and supply industry for onshore gas, large gas end users, Government representatives and many more.

Agenda to include:

  •  The latest analysis and insights into the domestic gas supply and demand outlook
  •  The latest developments with onshore gas exploration in Queensland
  •  Case studies on the latest investment in new pipelines and gas processing infrastructure in QLD
  •  Presentations from junior gas explorers, and their latest plans to commercialise their gas reserves
  •  Innovation in onshore gas drilling and gas extraction

Partners

agenda

9:00 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

9:10 am

The view from APPEA: Meeting Australia’s energy needs

Malcom Roberts, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA)

9:50 am

The Federal Government’s Gas Acceleration Program aims to
accelerate the responsible development of onshore natural gas for
domestic gas consumers. The program will support projects with
the greatest likelihood of securing new and significant volumes of
gas for domestic gas customers from onshore gas fields by
30 June 2020.

10:30 am

Higher Prices, Tougher rhetoric: The future for prices and policy in the gas sector

Saul Kavonic, Head of oil, gas, energy and renewables for Australasia, Wood MacKenzie

11:10 am

Networking and refreshment break

11:30 am

  • Introducing the Reserves Confidence Metric RCM
  • Case Study: Queensland Conventional and Unconventional gas
    resources

12:10 pm

QGC's new investment in Queensland's Surat Basin

Bill Langin, General Manager – Upstream Asset, Shell QGC

12:50 pm

How Armour Energy is using the Gas Acceleration Program to help develop its Kincora project in the Surat Basin

Roger Cressey, Chief Executive Officer, Armour Energy Limited

1:30 pm

Lunch and networking break

2:30 pm

  • How does LNG impact east coast Australia gas supply
  • Tariffs v’s Terminals
  • What’s next for the east coast gas markets

3:10 pm

Blue Energy’s acreage in the Bowen Basin

John Philips, Managing Director, Blue Energy

3:50 pm

Networking and refreshment break

4:10 pm

This session will examine Australian Gasfields’ Eromanga and
Gilmore gas plants and how Australian Gasfields’ gas assets can be
integrated for energy security

5:30 pm

CLOSING | Closing remarks from the Chair

Networking drinks

9:00 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

9:10 am

This session aims to inform the debate on east Australia’s gas
market outlook between now and 2030 and move it forward by
providing a fact base on the various demand and supply options, as
well as the additional infrastructure this calls for and the
opportunities it creates.

9:50 am

The Australian east coast energy market is currently in a state of
transition.

From the development of six major LNG facilities, the rapid
expansion of renewable projects and shifting fortunes for fossil fuel
generators, Energy Edge will investigate the drivers and market
implications from this wave of change.

10:30 am

Networking and refreshment break

10:50 am

New investment in Queensland gas fields

11:30 am

In pursuing its Northern Growth Strategy Jemena sees a role for
pipeliners to engage with gas producers earlier than pipeliners
typically have, to fast track infrastructure developments and new gas
supply to market. Jemena’s engagement with Galilee Energy and
Senex are examples of a new approach to partnering on
infrastructure projects

12:10 pm

Playing our part in Australia’s changing energy mix

Julie Whitcombe, Executive General Manager Queensland Assets, Senex Energy

12:50 pm

Lunch and networking break

1:50 pm

The business case for LNG import terminals as an alternative to Queensland gas: The Outer Harbour Power Project

Kym Winter-Dewhirst, Managing Director, Venice Energy

2:30 pm

This panel will explore the needs of major gas users and the impact
this new round of Queensland gas development could potentially
have on their businesses.

3:30 pm

Land access and community engagement regarding Queensland gas exploration

Ali Davenport, Chief Executive Officer, Toowoomba & Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE)

3:50 pm

Networking and refreshment break

4:10 pm

  • PCA approvals
  • Contingent Resources
  • Pricing Contingent Resources

4:50 pm

Real Energy’s gas assets in Queensland

Scott Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Real Energy

CLOSING | Closing remarks from the Chair

5:00 pm

End of Conference

pricing

Packages Price
Package(Two Days)$3195+GSTEarly Bird

Event Pricing

  • Early Bird rate – Expires by 13 October 2018
    – 2 Day Conference $2,695 + GST (SAVE $500)
  • Standard rate – From 14 October 2018
    – 2 Day Conference $3,195 + GST

speakers

Malcom Roberts

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA)

Saul Kavonic

Head of oil, gas, energy and renewables for Australasia, Wood MacKenzie

Donald McMillan

Consultant, Oil Gas CBM Services

Bill Langin

General Manager – Upstream Asset, Shell QGC

Roger Cressey

Chief Executive Officer, Armour Energy Limited

Chris Meredith

Senior Research Analyst – Australasian Upstream, Wood Mackenzie

John Philips

Managing Director, Blue Energy

Stewart Elliott

Managing Director, Australian Gasfields Ltd

Lucy Snelling

Chief Executive Officer, State Gas

Peter Lambert

Senior Expert – Oil & Gas, McKinsey & Co

Josh Stabler

Managing Director, Energy Edge

Dave Green

General Manager Business Development, Jemena

Julie Whitcombe

Executive General Manager Queensland Assets, Senex Energy

Kym Winter-Dewhirst

Managing Director, Venice Energy

Garbis Simonian

Chief Executive Officer, Weston Energy NSW

Ali Davenport

Chief Executive Officer, Toowoomba & Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE)

Ray James

Managing Director, Icon Energy

Scott Brown

Chief Executive Officer, Real Energy

when & where

15 - 16 Nov 2018

Novotel Brisbane
200 Creek St, Brisbane City
QLD 4000
www.novotelbrisbane.com.au

Book Accommodation with Lido Group
For your convenience Lido Group will manage your accommodation needs. Click here or call 02 8585 0808.

contact

Still have a question?

Conference Research Manager
Lisa Hedlund
02 9080 4058
Lisa.Hedlund@informa.com.au

Sponsorship Manager
Megan Rogulski
02 9080 4030
Megan.Rogulski@informa.com.au

Get all the latest on Informa news and events

Informa Australia is the nation's leading event organiser. Our events comprise of large scale exhibitions, industry conferences and highly specialised corporate training.

Find out more