DUG Australia
26-28 August 2014
Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Royal International Conv. Ctr.
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DUG Australia Conference & Exhibition — Royal International Convention Centre
Rising Opportunity, Rising Activity

As Australian oil and gas operators explore onshore unconventional resources, they are taking best advantage of technologies that unlocked shales and tight formations in the United States and Canada. Ideas, people and technology are transforming Australia’s oil and gas industry and offering new opportunities to investors. Join us at the 2nd DUG Australia conference to hear executives who are driving the North American shale revolution and operators working in Australia’s unconventional resource landscape explain what lies ahead.

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Hear from the Executives who Pioneered the North American Shale Boom


Bruce Vincent

Bruce H. Vincent
President and Director
Swift Energy
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Richard Stoneburner

Richard Stoneburner
Retired President
BHP Billiton Petroleum
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Gary Evans

Gary Evans
Chairman and CEO
Magnum Hunter Resources
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News

Ichthys LNG Approaches Halfway Mark
Posted on Tuesday April 15, 2014
The project is expected to produce 8.4 million tonnes of LNG annually.

Australia Posts Record Year For Exploration Spending
Posted on Tuesday April 15, 2014
Australian explorers embraced onshore targets in 2013, both conventional and unconventional, although enticing prospects still lurk offshore.

Pacific Treaty Row Continues To Brew
Posted on Thursday April 10, 2014
A letter from the Australian government to its counterpart in East Timor states that only Australia can tax the the gas pipeline from the Bayu-Undan fields in the Timor Sea to the Darwin LNG plant.