Venue
Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park
Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park, Address: 161 Elizabeth St. Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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Event Date Mon Mar 16 AEDT - Thu Mar 19 AEDT (almost 2 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Sun Mar 15 5:00pm - Thu Mar 19 2:10am
Location Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park
Address: 161 Elizabeth St. Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Region EMEA
Details

Each year, the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook (ADGO) conference brings together the who’s who of the industry, for high-level discussions that will set out the future direction of the industry, to debate policy imperatives and discuss how commercial opportunities can be seized.
The conference gathers leading gas producers, pipeline operators, retailers, end-users, regulators and policy makers to have their say, and engage in the debate.
Now in its 8th year, the event has built a loyal following within the industry and is well known for its high calibre of speakers and timely, relevant content.
If you have products or solutions that can help senior executives from the length of the gas value chain navigate the current market climate or improve their operations, then the ADGO conference is your best opportunity to engage with a captive and targeted audience.

WHAT MAKES ADGO 2020 UNIQUE?
• The latest outlook from forecasting experts on the global LNG market and the likely impact on Australia’s domestic gas industry
• An expert breakdown of the domestic supply-demand balance, price trends and the impact on east coast manufacturing
• An overview of new basin prospects, what gas is likely to come online soon and debates on the best route to long-term gas security
• An understanding of the evolving infrastructure map of Australia - from expanding pipeline networks to the race for an LNG import terminal on the east coast
• The thinking of influential regulators and government leaders on their future policy aims, gas market reform - and the implications for companies along the value chain
• A brief on the technological trends in decarbonisation and hydrogen innovation that present future commercial opportunities for the gas industry

WHO ATTENDS?
ATTENDEES - WHO WILL YOU MEET AT ADGO 2020?
The audience is composed of senior industry executives and directors from along the domestic gas value chain as well as representatives from key stakeholders such as government and regulators.
Over its 7-year history the event has grown to over 350 participants.

WHY ATTEND?
“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
Australia’s domestic gas stakeholders are currently experiencing the most challenging market conditions in their history with a plethora of issues and challenges creating volatile markets.
Global market conditions, driven by the drop in the oil price are putting significant strain on any export linked projects, with the recently completed LNG export projects in QLD under particular pressure. However this is starkly contrasted by rising domestic prices as the increased demand for gas resources (particularly on the east coast) drives prices for domestic users (large and small) up. Large users in particular are struggling with the notable closure of the Remapak, and mothballing of a Dow Chemical facility, which heralds difficult times for Australian manufacturers reliant on gas.
These issues are further exacerbated by wildly varying state based gas policies, ranging from moratoriums to well-regulated production.
ADGO has established itself as the main announcement point for industry announcements from the public and private sectors.

Speakers

2020 Speakers

Sam Bartholomaeus
Head of Energy (Australia), BHP Billiton

James Baulderstone
Project Director Australia, GFG Alliance

Stephen Bell
Chief Executive Officer, Qenos

Graeme Bethune
Chief Executive Officer, EnergyQuest

Johanna Boothey
Commercial Director, ExxonMobil Australia

Sarah Browne
Director – Communications, Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA)

Senator The Hon. Matt Canavan
Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, Government of Australia

Steve Davies
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA)

Richard Day
Director Low Carbon Industry Development Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia

Mark Dayman
Executive Chairman, Fyfe

Michael Dolan
Hydrogen Innovation and Development Lead, Fortescue Metals Group

Kai Eberspaecher
Country Manager, Bengal Energy

Suzanne Falvi
Chief Executive Officer , Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC)

The Hon. Joel Fitzgibbon MP
Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Resources, Federal Opposition

Lisa France
Global Head of Corporate Affairs, EDL

Robert Gard
Chief Executive Officer, Denison Gas

Andrew Garnett
Director, UQ Centre for Natural Gas

David Grabau
Resources and Energy, Senior Investment Specialist , Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade)

Kylie Hargreaves
Government & Stakeholder Relations, Australian Industrial Energy

Samantha Hepburn
Director of the Centre for Energy and Natural Resources Law, Deakin University

Jeanne Johns
Chief Executive Officer, Incitec Pivot

Claire Johnson
Co-Founder & CEO, Hydrolytics

The Hon. Bill Johnston MLA
Minister for Mines and Petroleum, Energy, Industrial Relations, West Australian Government

Saul Kavonic
Head of Equities Research, Oil and Gas, Credit Suisse

Matthew Kay
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Beach Energy

The Hon. Matthew Kean MP
Minister for Energy and Environment, NSW Government

David Leitch
Principal, ITK Services Australia

David Maxwell
Chief Executive Officer, Cooper Energy

Paul Mccartney
Chief Clean Futures Officer , Clean Energy Finance Corporation

Andrew Mcconville
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA)

Stuart Nicholls
Chief Executive Officer, Strike Energy

Rachel Parry
First Assistant Secretary, Department of the Environment and Energy

Attilio Pigneri
Chief Executive Officer , H2U the Hydrogen Utility

Stephen Quilter
Executive General Manager Energy Trading and Commercial Strategy , Stanwell

Samantha Read
Chief Executive Officer, Chemistry Australia

David Roberts
Executive Director, Head of Project Advisory, ANZ

Clyde Russell
Asia Commodities and Energy Columnist, Thomson Reuters

Damien Sanford
Chief Operations Officer, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)

Mark Schubert
Executive General Manager, Integrated Gas , Origin Energy

Owen Sharpe
Principal Industry Development Officer (Hydrogen & Energy Intensive Industries), Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia

Lachlan Shaw
Director, Head of Commodity Research, Markets Corporate & Institutional Banking, National Australia Bank

Rod Sims
Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Vikram Singh
Lead Adviser, Low Carbon Technology, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group

Jim Snow
Executive Director / Adjunct Professor, Oakley Greenwood / University of Queensland

Gabrielle Sycamore
General Manager of Gas Markets, Jemena

Frank Tudor
Managing Director, Jemena

Felicity Underhill
General Manager Hydrogen, Origin Energy

Matt Walden
Transactions and Business Development, Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

Daniel Walton
National Secretary, the Australian Workers Union

Matthew Warren
Columnist, Australian Financial Review

Rob Wheals
Chief Executive Officer, APA Group

Ben Wilson
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group

Sponsors & Partners

2020 Partners

PARTNERS:
• FYFE
• Denison Gas
• Coolibah
• Energy
• Utility
• Energy Magazine
• APGA
• NERA
• Chemistry Austria
• Argus
• Australian Energy Daily
• Oil and Gas Today

MEDIA PARTNER:
• Pipeliner