Energy market outlook

Energy market outlook

VIC
Jul 11
What are the future scenarios for electricity and gas markets? Join new AEMO Chief Executive Audrey Zibelman for insights into supply, demand and new opportunities in Australia's energy market.

Speakers

Audrey Zibelman, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)
Nino Ficca, Managing Director, AusNet Services

Event overview

CEDA welcomes the new Chief Executive of the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), Audrey Zibelman, for insights into the energy market outlook, including:

  • Future scenarios in electricity and gas markets, including the risk of supply shortages;
  • How AEMO is working with stakeholders to ensure energy security for next summer and beyond;
  • Opportunities for investment in new supply, innovation and demand-side management; and
  • The implementation of the COAG energy market reform agenda and the Australian Domestic Gas Security Mechanism.

Formerly Chair of the New York Public Service Commission, Audrey commenced as AEMO CEO on 20 March 2017. Her appointment comes at a critical time in the development of Australia’s energy market, with AEMO forecasting possible electricity and gas shortages in the coming years. Join CEDA and leaders in the energy sector to find out more.

Meet the keynote speaker

Audrey Zibelman
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)

Meet the speaker

Nino Ficca
Managing Director, AusNet Services

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