Registrations open for Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2023 conference – Utility Magazine

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The 10th annual Australian Domestic Gas Outlook (ADGO) conference brings together the who’s who of the industry, for high-level discussions articulating future directions.
It’s where you can engage with and hear from senior leaders from the length of the gas value chain, including gas producers, pipeline operators, retailers, end-users, regulators and policymakers.
The 2023 edition will be the 10th annual and we are looking forward to some valuable presentations as well as the networking this event is known for. New for 2023, we’ll be running the ADGO Women in Energy breakfast free for all attendees.
Speakers include:
View all speakers here.
What’s new at ADGO in 2023:
Utility magazine readers/subscribers save 10% off the registration fee with VIP code ‘UTILITY10’. Book online here or call +61 (0)2 9977 0565.

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