Meet industry leaders, share insights and discuss ideas for managing in a volatile market environment.

With every link in the energy supply chain facing a unique and challenging set of circumstances there is a plethora of views on the outlook for supply and demand of wholesale electricity and gas and the future of carbon policy in Australia in particular.

The 3rd annual Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook Conference 2014 brings together senior leaders from every corner of the market to canvass the raft of issues and deliver a set of papers that will help all in attendance distil the vast amounts of information available better understand the east coast energy outlook.

In the current market climate, time is particularly valuable and this conference provides an efficient way to gather a broad range of information from respected industry leaders.

Some of the highlights include:

Senior executives from AGL, Alinta, CS Energy, EnergyAustralia, Origin, Pacific Hydro, Snowy Hydro, SP Ausnet, Transgrid, UE & MG & QEnergy will address the specific challenges facing industry, the current policy portents and their own views on the outlook for the market.

Ministers and senior bureaucrats from BREE, Queensland Government, ARENA, Essential Service Commission, Queensland Competition Authority, CSIRO, Victorian Department of State Development and Business Innovation & NSW Department of Trade and Investment will help demystify the ever evolving regulatory environment and help you understand how governments are agencies are working to continue to improve energy market operations on the east coast.

CEO’s of Ai Group, APPEA, APIA, CEC, ENA, ESAA, ERAA and EUAA will also all be present to give a rounded perspective on policy and fuel the discussion over the 4 days.

This is a not-to-be-missed event for all participants in the east coast energy market and is the best opportunity in 2014 to learn how the east coast energy market is evolving.

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