EEC Forum - Living with uncertainty - the future of gas prices (Sydney)

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Saxons Sydney

10 Barrack Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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While Australian gas prices rose dramatically in recent years, global oil and gas prices have fallen precipitously. What does this new era of uncertainty mean for energy managers?

Taking place in Sydney on 1 April, the forum will features a leading expert in gas pricing and a leading energy investor to bring you the latest independent perspectives on:

  • What local and global factors drive gas prices?
  • What might happen to gas prices in the next decade, and what are the key uncertainties?
  • How can we manage the risk of changes in gas prices?

The forum is free for current Energy Efficiency Council members, but you do need to register. Non-members can attend for $69 (plus GST and booking fee).


Speakers include:

  • Rob Murray-Leach, Energy Efficiency Council (Chair)
  • Paul Balfe, Executive Director, ACIL Allen
  • Rob Koh, Vice President, Morgan Stanley
  • Kenton Risk, Head of Infrastructure and Campus Solutions, Veolia


Program:


4.30pm: Arrival & registration

4.45pm: Forum commences

6pm: Networking drinks

7pm: Forum closes


Registrations and Pricing:


  • Energy Efficiency Council Members: Free
  • Standard (Non-Members): $69+GST (+booking fee)

For information on becoming an EEC Member, please email us at members@eec.org.au.


All ticket sales are final. Refunds or exchanges will not be given. In the event that the Energy Efficiency Council cancels the Forum, ticket costs will be refunded in full to each registrant.

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Saxons Sydney

10 Barrack Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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The Energy Efficiency Council is the peak body for energy efficiency, cogeneration and demand management. The Energy Efficiency Council was formed in 2009 to give a voice to the energy efficiency and cogeneration industry and bring providers and clients together to develop products that meet client needs, growing the market for energy efficiency services.

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