Gas Industry and Market Fundamentals
WhenNov 24, 2014
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
A comprehensive introduction to how the Australian and in particular, WA gas industries are structured, regulated, priced, traded and commercialised along with the technical aspects of gas through its product value chain. Key Learning Outcomes. Review technical components of the gas supply chain, how its formed, found and produced Analyse the upstream, gas transportation and downstream gas business structures. Discover the foundations of the Australian gas market and inter/intra sector relationships. Understand the gas commercialisation process Review the analytical tools used by the industry to make investment decisions. Examine strategic and commercial drivers for major gas market participants. Consider historical, current and future market developments and observe trends Discuss gas industry legislation, regulation and the relevant agencies affecting the value chain. Examine the economics and price outcomes of the industry in the WA context. Tips for negotiating key contract/commercial terms and the legal traps to watch out for.
About the Course
This course will provide participants with a fundamental grounding in the Australian gas industry, covering the key technical, commercial and contract aspects of the industry. The course begins with an overview of industry structure and the important links with other industries, such as oil, followed by a short review of upstream activities including how gas is formed and how it is found and produced. A study of the gas transportation network will outline the movement of gas flows around the country, infrastructure capacities and constraints, how gas is delivered to customers, and aspects of gas utilisation. The course will then consider the development of the Western Australian gas market, from initial discoveries and production to the present.
Price: $1644.50 AUD
Speakers: Craig Langford, Frank Tudor
URL: Booking: http://atnd.it/6495-1
Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Oil and Gas