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20 Jul
54 – What will the LNG sector look like in 10 years?

Major trends are in motion that will render the global LNG industry very different in 10 years time from what it looked like 10 years ago. To quote Sun Tzu, from time to time it's helpful to take a close up view of things distant...

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26 Apr
What will LNG look like in 10 years?
Major trends are in motion that will render the global LNG industry very different in 10 years time from what it looked like 10 years ago. To quote Sun Tzu, from time to time it's helpful to take a close up view of things distant and a distant view of things up close to prepare for the future. What will the LNG industry look like in a decade?
Podcasts
06 Apr
Episode 40 – Critical Questions Facing Global LNG

What will be some of the critical questions facing the global LNG sector? The upcoming LNG18 conference in Perth will be the setting for global leaders in this important industry to discuss the future. This rare event is like the Olympics of the LNG world, and comes...

LNG18 Sails to Perth
29 Feb
LNG18: Great Debates About the Future of #LNG
What will be some of the great debates at the upcoming LNG18 conference in Perth? This rare event is like the Olympics of the LNG world, and comes around only every 4 years. This year will prove to be a pivotal one, as the challenges facing the sector are legion. Here are my views on what will prove to be the great debates of the conference.
Podcasts
04 Feb
Episode 32 – Introduction to Queensland’s #LNG Industry

Queensland Australia is now a serious #LNG player, with 3 producing projects. This podcast provides a good overview of the sector and its key challenges. The state has 6 LNG trains and more than 24 million tonnes of annual production, all from a pioneering new resource, coal...

teapot tempest
01 Feb
Is the oil industry really facing Armageddon?
Last week an article appeared in Australia’s mainstream media with the alarmist title of “Oil’s Armageddon”, which, naturally enough, alarmed a few people, one of whom contacted me for my views. Frankly, I didn’t agree fully with the article's take on things. You can find the story here, and my observations in this blog. At the end, if you can devote the time, you be the judge: Tempest or Armageddon
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...

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
26 Aug
Episode 16 – 5 Questions Boards of #LNG Companies Should Be Asking

What are the five key questions that Boards of LNG companies should be asking themselves today? The world of LNG has turned upside down in the past 12 months, so the questions must surely be different than those asked in mid 2014. Here’s what I think are the most important questions that Boards...

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