Why attend

The domestic gas sector is undergoing enormous upheaval. Consolidations in the market have seen large players merge operations (like BHP and Woodside) or be bought out entirely (like Santos’s purchase of Oil Search). Long anticipated projects like the LNG import terminal at Port Kembla are finally coming online.

All this against an a background of less capital as investors lose their appetite for fossil fuel projects as the pressure of decarbonisation bites. Increased turmoil as the world recovers from the impact of COVID and developing European and Asian energy crisis make it harder than ever to predict what will happen next for the Australian domestic gas sector.

Meanwhile, hydrogen and alternative gases have moved from vague possibilities to almost mainstream fuels overnight. Do they spell the end of the gas sector, or is this the start of a new renaissance?

Our expert speakers will be addressing all these topics and guiding you through the next stage for domestic gas in Australia

We anticipate more announcements of game-changing developments at the conference.

“Gas is becoming a much more politically sensitive subject. The conference is an excellent way to exchange ideas, exchange them frankly, and contribute to thought leadership” Antoon Boey, Executive General Manager of Corporate Development , Jemena @ ADGO 2019

Why you need to be at ADGO 2022

Be part of the premier domestic gas event and network with the leaders from the length of the supply chain, representing producers, pipeline operators, retailers, regulators and industrial users
Hear from those setting gas policy and regulatory reform including the ACCC’s ongoing market review and Victoria’s gas substitution roadmap
Get insights into gas industry’s role in decarbonisation, and how major gas companies are addressing this challenge
Access expert analysis on how new infrastructure, including LNG import terminals, could transform the east coast market
Hear real-world solutions from senior industry practitioners on vexed issues like pricing, investment in new projects and the pressures of ESG
Join the debate around the realities of integrating hydrogen and alternative gases into the Australian market