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SEAAOC to discuss opportunities in the Top End

Australia is now firmly positioned to become the world’s largest exporter of LNG, as early as 2020. The Northern Territory will play a key role, as home to world-class projects such as ConocoPhillips’ Darwin LNG, INPEX’s Ichthys LNG and the onshore supply base for Shell’s Prelude FLNG. Furthermore the Northern Territory is blessed with onshore shale gas industry estimated resources exceeding 200 Tcf.

Located in the Darwin annually, the South East Asia Australia Offshore & Onshore Conference – SEAAOC – has earned a reputation as one of the must-attend gatherings on the calendar for Australia’s oil and gas industry professionals.

Over the last 21 years the industry landscape has experienced many changes, opportunities and challenges and so it remains crucial that the 22nd SEAAOC program examines the industry in the context of today’s complex and challenging global market dynamics.

The SEAAOC event aims to provide attendees with:

  • Important insights on project and operational developments, such as Darwin LNG, Ichthys LNG, Prelude FLNG and the Northern Gas Pipeline;
  • Views on global and domestic industry trends, from experts such as Dr Fereidun Fesharaki (FGE), Dr Neil Beveridge (Bernstein HK) and Mr Rod Sims (ACCC);
  • Information about overcoming the current industry challenges and how Australia’s growing industry can best be positioned to stay ahead in today’s market.

SEAAOC will be held from 14 to 15 September 2016, and it is expected over 1,200 industry executives will be in attendance for the event and NT Resources Week. SEAAOC is jointly organised by the Northern Territory Government and Informa Australia and forms part of NT Resources Week.

This is one of Australia’s largest resources and construction industry gatherings, with access to three industry focussed conferences; SEAAOC, Mining the Territory and Building the Territory, plus a dynamic co-located trade exhibition.

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