Argus Australian Gas & Energy Markets 2014

Australia - no longer an energy island
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Dynamics in Australian east coast energy markets are changing rapidly with natural gas at the centre of this revolution. Queensland is to begin exporting its first LNG to international markets next year. This will have huge consequences for the east coast domestic gas market, as power generators and industrial firms compete for gas supplies with fast-growing emerging economies like China. The Australian LNG industry also faces intense global competition from regions like North America, east Africa and Russia, all looking to win favour with Asia-Pacific buyers. Australia must act fast if it wants to bring on line another wave of LNG projects. Conference Highlights include: Building liquidity and price transparency in Australian east coast gas markets The future of oil indexation in domestic gas and global LNG contract pricing The LNG race is on and Australia faces stiff global competition Changing dynamics in the Asian gas marketplace The east coast power generation mix and carbon pricing uncertainty – examining the economic scenarios and what these mean for investment

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