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09 May
Australia’s #LNG Industry in Transition
APPEA returns to Brisbane this year and the conference (hopefully) will bring into focus the significant challenges facing the industry and stimulate a lively discussion about the future. I think we're due for an industry reset. Here's a quick review of the global setting, domestic drivers and sector actions, to set the scene for you. 
Podcasts
02 Mar
Episode 36 – OPEC Meetings and Impacts on LNG

December rolls around and OPEC holds its semi-annual gabfest to argue out its oil market quota. They went into the meeting in a tizzy and came out in tatters. Are you wondering what happens to LNG now that the dessert plates have been cleared away...

Podcasts
12 Feb
Episode 33 – My predictions for #LNG for 2016

It’s customary at the dawn of a new year to make predictions you have no idea will come true. And true to the season, at a recent meeting I was asked whether I thought the price of oil would get to $20 a barrel in...

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
Happy new year 2016
11 Jan
What does 2016 hold for the LNG industry?
It’s customary at the dawn of a new year to make predictions you have no idea will come true. And true to the season, at a recent meeting I was asked whether I thought the price of oil would get to $20 a barrel in 2016. What other predictions might I propose for the coming year? 
Podcasts
07 Jan
Episode 29 – Where is the price of oil going?

Where are oil prices headed? We’ve now had over 18 months of low oil prices, so surely by now the causes of the price crash have dissipated and prices are going to rise back to where they were.Well, think again. In my view, prices are...

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