Gas Industry & Market Fundamentals - Brisbane

Gas Industry & Market Fundamentals - Brisbane
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Sep 02, 2014
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM



Build on your understanding of how the Australian gas industry is structured, regulated, priced, traded & commercialised & your confidence with discussing key technical aspects of gas & its associated industry jargon. Key Learning Outcomes    Review technical components of the gas supply chain _ how its formed, found and produced    Examine the upstream, gas transportation and downstream gas business structures    Industry overview _ sector activities and intra/inter sector relationships    Discover the foundations of the Australian gas market and 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 the future of the Australian gas market and observe trends    Discuss gas industry legislation, regulation and the relevant agencies affecting the value chain    Review the main contracts used in the gas industry and fundamental contract issues    Tips for negotiating key commercial terms and the legal traps to watch out forAbout the CourseThis 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 a short review of upstream activities including how natural gas (conventional and coal seam methane gas) is formed, 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, and how gas is delivered to customers.The commercial section provides an analysis of the East Australian gas market and explains the business strategies of major industry players. With an understanding of how the existing gas market works and the fundamental drivers for changes, future market outcomes will be examined.
Price: $ 1644.50 AUD
Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Oil & Gas
Speakers: Craig Langford



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