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Focusing on Australian LNG/Gas Market and its Prospects

As the world is in a fast transition towards carbon-neutrality, LNG’s role in the energy mix is increasingly important. According to the Shell’s LNG Outlook 2021, global LNG demand will reach 700 million tonnes/year (tpa) by 2040, nearly double current levels. Australia currently has the largest operating capacity of 88 million tons and surpassed Qatar to become the king of LNG export. According to Wood Mackenzie’s (WoodMac) Australasian Upstream 2021 Outlook, at least $14.8 billion worth of gas projects are on track for final investment decisions in 2021. In a fast decarbonizing world, how will the LNG industry evolve, what are the emerging business models, how Australian will LNG players respond to the global competition from Qatar and USA while meeting growing demand from Asia?

The Australian LNG Summit 2021 which is going to take place on 11-12 November 2021 in Brisbane will bring together LNG players in Australia and beyond to discuss the most concerned topics of the market, share insights and experience, showcase technological innovations, solutions and services with industry peers.

We look forward to meeting you in Brisbane in September.
ALNGS2021 Team

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Policy and Plans


Global Trading Dynamics

LNG Engineering and Operation

Technology Innovations

LNG Infrastructure Development and Financing

Decarbonization and Technological Advancement

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IOCs, LNG Terminal Operators, Trading Companies, EPCs, Utilities

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Policy makers, Industry Associations, Media, etc

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INDUSTRY NEWS

LNG import spike: Key Chinese province aims for huge hike in gas usage

Major players do battle for Australian LNG offshore compression contract

US set to overtake Qatar as world’s second-largest LNG exporter

Green hydrogen electrolysers to be built in regional Australia with government backing