Endorsed by all 21 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Energy Ministers, APGAS 2006 will take place from August 30 to September 1 at the Hyatt Regency. The aim of this year’s forum is to enhance energy security by encouraging investment in gas and commercially sustainable cross-border gas trade. Keynote speakers include: •Ian Macfarlane MP - Minister for Industry Tourism and Resources; •Michael Economides - professor, Cullen College of Engineering University of Houston (USA); •James Slutz - deputy assistant secretary Oil & Natural Gas, US Department of Energy; •Katsujiro Kida - executive senior vice president, INPEX Corporation (Japan); •Gary Smith - CEO, Golar LNG Ltd (UK); •Ahmad Nizam Salleh – managing director/CEO, Malaysia LNG; •Don Voelte - CEO, Woodside Energy Ltd; •Jay Johnson - managing director, Chevron Australia; •Rob Jessen - global leader oil & gas, Ernst & Young; •Colin Beckett - general manager Greater Gorgon Project, Chevron Australia; •Bret Mattes - Australian AP6 industry representative and vice president Australia/Asia gas & power, BHP Billiton; •Roger Bounds - general manager commercial services & new business, Shell Development (Australia) Pty Ltd; and •Robert Pritchard - managing director resources, Law International. Registration for this event is complimentary for accredited officials and industry representatives from the APEC economies. However, a limited number of observer/private sector delegate passes are available at $990 per person. For more information contact The Meetings Manager on (02) 9264 1677 or email

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