About Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2022

WHAT IS THE AUSTRALIAN DOMESTIC GAS OUTLOOK conference?

IT’S WHERE THE DOMESTIC GAS INDUSTRY MEETS

Each year, the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook (ADGO) conference brings together the who’s who of the industry, for high-level discussions that will set out the future direction of the industry, to debate policy imperatives and discuss how commercial opportunities can be seized.

The conference gathers leading gas producers, pipeline operators, retailers, end-users, regulators and policy makers to have their say, and engage in the debate.

Now in its 9th year, the event has built a loyal following within the industry and is well known for its high calibre of speakers and timely, relevant content.

If you have products or solutions that can help senior executives from the length of the gas value chain navigate the current market climate or improve their operations, then the ADGO conference is your best opportunity to engage with a captive and targeted audience.

“The conference was a great opportunity for the industry to come together to share thoughts and information on issues, opportunities and developments and to network with other industry participants.” (ADGO 2021 delegate)

What makes ADGO 2022 unique?

Be part of the premier domestic gas event and network with the leaders from the length of the supply chain, representing producers, pipeline operators, retailers, regulators and industrial users
Hear from those setting gas policy and regulatory reform including the ACCC’s ongoing market review and Victoria’s gas roadmap
Get insights into gas industry’s role in decarbonisation, and how major gas companies are addressing this challenge
Access expert analysis on how new infrastructure, including LNG import terminals, could transform the east coast market
Hear real-world solutions from senior industry practitioners on vexed issues like pricing, investment in new projects and the pressures of ESG
Join the debate around the realities of integrating hydrogen and alternative gases into the Australian market