Role of Government in the Energy Sector

Role of Government in the Energy Sector

WA
Sep 03

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Speakers

Hon Dr Mike Nahan MLA, Minister for Energy; Finance; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests, Government of Western Australia
Mark Chatfield, Director, ACIL Allen Consulting
Brian Hahn, President, ATCO Gas Australia Pty Ltd
Richard Harris, Chairman, WA Independent Power Association Inc.
Lyndon Rowe, Chairman, Economic Regulation Authority

 

 Public event
 03/09/2013
 River View Room 5, PCEC, 21 Mounts Bay Rd, WA

 Energy/Resources/Mining
 Lunch (11.00am to 2.00pm)

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EVENT OVERVIEW

It is clear that state's energy supply must diversify. Approximately 65 per cent of WA's power is generated from natural gas. Since the mid-1980s, WA has experienced cheap gas prices but these have recently increased, the state is now also one of the highest-priced electricity markets globally.

It is time to change the WA energy sector's ownership and regulatory structures? Or should the government continue to have a monopoly?

Should consumers be given more choice of supplier? Can the private sector play a role beyond generation of electricity?

MEET THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Hon Dr Mike Nahan MLA, Minister for Energy; Finance; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests, Government of Western Australia

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Mark Chatfield, Director, ACIL Allen Consulting

Brian Hahn, President, ATCO Gas Australia Pty Ltd

Richard Harris, Chairman, WA Independent Power Association Inc.

Lyndon Rowe, Chairman, Economic Regulation Authority

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