The world of LNG is having one of its occasional bouts of uncertainty, which was the subject of a presentation I recently gave to the DUG Conference in Brisbane. DUG stands for Developing Unconventional Gas, and is a forum devoted specifically to the challenges of coal seam gas, shale gas, tight gas and other geologic formations that fall into that general category. My role was to set out the macro demand and supply picture for LNG, which is the biggest driver of gas development in Australia. This post is a synopsis of my remarks.
Duration: 10m 24s