Australia’s Advantage: Positioned for Prosperity
Key Areas Covered: Cooper Basin, Canning Basin, Perth Basin, East Coast LNG Projects
With 12.1 Tcm of virtually untouched technically recoverable shale gas reserves, it's easy to understand why many in the oil and gas industry consider Australia the last frontier for exploration and production. World-class prospects like Cooper, Canning and Perth Basins are drawing attention – and investment – on a global scale. And that's just half the story.
Already an enviable LNG exporter, Australia has a significant head start on launching new CSG-LNG facilities on the eastern shores of Queensland. With close proximity to lucrative Asian markets, Australia is poised to assert itself as the number one producer of LNG globally in the coming years.
Hart Energy's DUG Australia conference and exhibition has emerged as the premiere industry event covering the country's conventional and unconventional onshore oil and gas activities. Plan now to join 500+ industry professionals, 25 executive-level speakers and 40+ exhibitors and sponsors for over 25 world-class presentations.
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