The energy sector is facing significant challenges on all sides: greenhouse emissions must be cut, supply must be reliable and secure, and energy must be affordable. Gas has a key role to play in the transition to a low-emissions future and, more importantly, a decarbonising pathway promises gas will have a role in our national energy supply until 2050 and beyond. At the Brisbane Dinner on Thursday 3 August, Ben Wilson will explain how three technologies: carbon capture and storage, hydrogen, and biomethane, are the key which can transform natural gas from the limited future as a transition fuel to a viable energy source that will contribute to Australia’s energy security for decades to come.
Timing – 6.30pm drinks for a 7.00pm dinner
Cost – Members: $130 Non-members: $160
Table of 10 – Members: $1300 Non-members $1600
RSVP: By Friday 28 July 2017
Bookings and cancellations received before Friday 28 July 2017 will be fully refunded. Cancellations after this time will not be refundable, however, substitutions will be accepted.