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13 Apr
Episode 41 – Paris Climate Talks and Impacts on LNG

A timely podcast for the week of #LNG18 taking place in Perth. In Paris last year, world leaders made serious public commitments to stem the rising levels of green house gases. And it was about time. Now that the direction of travel has been made...

Paris COP21
08 Feb
Paris Climate Accord and the implications for Gas
 COP21 has come and gone, and I can’t help wondering if this elaborate UN meeting has given a boost to the fortunes of the natural gas industry, and with it, the LNG sector. I think so, and here’s why. 
Fuel Up LNG Podcast
23 Dec
Episode 27 – LNG and Australian Geopolitics

Is Australia's place in the world changing, now that we're becoming a big-time energy exporter? We've always been a serious force in the coal export world, but gas is different. Perhaps Australia will become more influential given our new status as an export powerhouse and...

Podcasts
23 Sep
Episode 20 – Could Australia Run Out of Gas?

Australia has hedged the security of its energy supply, and now that the country is about to become the world’s largest supplier of LNG, it is time to check in. Australia has fallen well behind in securing its own energy (specifically oil) independence, trusting instead...

Geopolitics and LNG - an explosive combination
20 Jul
How #LNG Changes Australia’s Place In The World
Is Australia's place in the world changing, now that we're becoming a big-time energy exporter? We've always been a serious force in the coal export world, but gas is different. Not only is it necessary for survival in gas-dependent cold northern climates, but also it cannot be stored as easily as coal, and is consumed more just in time. Customers are more sensitive to disruption in supply. Perhaps Australia will become more influential given our new status as an export powerhouse and the importance our product plays in our customers' economies. Perhaps as a nation we'll need to think differently about our relationships with other nations.
Tips on dealing with Twittactivists
Are you afraid to get on Twitter because you're going to have to deal with Twittactivists who are opposed to your point of view? Every now and again, a handfull of BANANAs (Build Absolutely Nothing Anytime Near Anything) get on my case on Twitter and try to goad me into responding to their claims. After a few bouts of this back and forth, the patterns of Twitter personalities and conversation styles emerge. This post provides a summary of the typical characters I've encountered and some of my favourite tactics for dealing with them.
Could Australia Run Out of Gas?

Yes, it could, but not the gas you're thinking of. In my view, Australia has hedged the security of its energy supply, and now that the country is about to become the world's largest supplier of LNG, it is time to check in. Australia has...

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