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03 May
Five key take aways from LNG18
The LNG 18 Conference has come and gone, and with it the delegates, booths, journalists and industry executives. The content will live on in the 100mb of zipped presentations and papers available for download, but if you haven't the time nor the energy to wade through it all, here are my five key take aways from the sessions.
Podcasts
23 Mar
Episode 39 – Transforming Gladstone

On March 17, I was invited to present to the Gladstone Engineering Alliance at an event dedicated to showcasing the supply chain capabilities of the membership. The essence of my remarks are that:Australia has made a far reaching decision to support natural...

Podcasts
16 Mar
Episode 38 – China #LNG Demand Sparks to Life

I’ve fielded an odd spike in inquiries of late for possible LNG supply options for Chinese buyers. Before, callers were often thought of as front companies who were testing adherence to contracts. Now, there’s an air of legitimacy about them. I’m not entirely clear what’s...

China Panda LNG
18 Jan
Sparks of life in China LNG demand
I’ve fielded an odd spike in enquiries of late for possible LNG supply options for Chinese buyers. Before, callers were often thought of as front companies who were testing adherence to contracts. Now, there’s an air of legitimacy about them. I’m not entirely clear what’s behind the rise in calls, but I thought for the fun of it, I’d speculate. Here goes. 
Podcasts
31 Dec
Episode 28 – Is The LNG Market Oversupplied?

There's been a recent spate of analyst reports pointing disapproving fingers at the global LNG sector with stern warnings about impending oversupply, falling demand, lackluster pricing, looming fresh competition. Really? Did such a promising sector drive itself into the ditch already? I object to the...

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
11 Nov
Episode 25: LNG Demand and Australia’s Unconventionals

The world of LNG is having one of its occasional bouts of uncertainty, which was the subject of a presentation I recently gave to the DUG Conference in Brisbane. DUG stands for Developing Unconventional Gas, and is a forum devoted specifically to the challenges of...

Podcasts
15 Oct
DUG Speech: LNG Demand and Australia’s Unconventional Resources

As Australia's new LNG projects move toward start up, low oil prices and increased competition have altered the outlook. Which countries will have the biggest demand for future LNG? I was invited to address the DUG conference in late July 2015 to consider global LNG markets and how...

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