Energy Overview

Energy Overview

Oct 2
CEDA welcomes members and guests to the 2009 Energy Overview half day forum on Friday 2 October 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Adelaide.

Event overview

CEDA welcomes members and guests to the 2009 Energy Overview half day forum on Friday 2 October 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Adelaide. The energy sector sees Australians spend over $50 billion on energy each year, while energy exports earn more than $25 billion a year. The sector involves massive, long-lived capital items such as electricity plants, transmission lines, coal, oil and gas production facilities, pipelines, refineries, wind farms as well as a multitude of smaller facilities such as wholesale and retail distribution sites. This national CEDA event will provide an overview of each of key energy sectors as they address issues such as ensuring continuity through the supply chain, protecting critical energy infrastructure and ensuring long-term investment in energy infrastructure. These issues will be addressed within a climate of emission trading schemes, massive and ongoing appetite for energy from China and volatility on equity and resource markets. The event will be an opportunity for CEDA members and guests to gain a better understanding of the main challenges and opportunities facing the energy sector in Australia and will culminate with a key address from the Federal Minister for Energy the Hon Martin Ferguson MP.

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