From: Economist Intelligence Unit [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 8:31 AM
To: Oliver, James
Subject: Tankers on the horizon: Australia’s coming LNG boom


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Tankers on the horizon: Australia’s coming LNG boom
A free EIU webinar

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Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
4pm China Standard Time (Hong Kong, Beijing) / 9am British Summer Time (London)


 Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

3pm British Summer Time (London) / 10am Eastern Daylight Time (New York)  

Please join the Economist Intelligence Unit for an overview of the EIU's latest white paper on Australia's coming LNG (liquified natural gas) boom.

If we are, as the International Energy Agency speculates, about to enter a "Golden Age of Gas," Australia is likely to be a key contributor to it. While much focus has been given to the shale gas boom in North America and prospects for the spread of the "shale gas revolution" elsewhere, Australia has been positioning itself to emerge as a leading player in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market by the end of this decade. This will enable this already well-established Asia-Pacific LNG supplier to carve out a greater role in the global gas scene.

This webinar will analyse the dominant trends in the development of Australia's gas resources and detail the LNG projects that will unlock these resources for export to markets in Asia. The webinar will also assess the domestic and international drivers and constraints that will impact Australia's ability to increase its LNG export capacity. Despite Australia's great LNG potential, several factors are likely to slow the pace of progress and determine how far the country's LNG sector will expand after 2020.

This much is clear, however: Australia is on the cusp of dramatically expanding its role as an LNG supplier to Asian markets this decade.

Please join the EIU's Peter Kiernan and Martin Adams, who will discuss the findings from this report.

We hope you can join us for what promises to be an insightful discussion.

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Economist Intelligence Unit

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