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Events - Business Opportunities Briefing

On Monday April 28, Austrade, the Australian Trade Commission are conducting a Business Opportunities Briefing, on the Sakhalin Island Projects, at their offices at Level 25, Exchange Plaza, 2 The Esplanade, Perth.

The briefing will examine the potential investment opportunities for Australian companies that are arising from the commencement of the first two oil and gas development projects in the Russian Far East region of Sakhalin Island.

Investment in these projects will total US$20 billion and the resource is such that another 8-10 are being planned, which presents the potential for extensive and long-term business opportunities for Australian companies. Total expected investment over the life of the resource is expected to be US$100 billion.

The workshop will present an outline of projects being developed and planned, potential business opportunities associated with both the projects and associated infrastructure and service requirements, details of Austrade's program to help Australian exporters identify and develop business opportunities, and  provide opportunities to discuss business opportunities with presenters and others at the workshops.

Keynote speakers for the briefing include, Ambassador, Embassy of the Russian Federation, His Excellency Mr Leonid Moiseev, who will speak about business opportunities in Russia today; Austrade Business Development Manager for Vladivostok, Vladimir Gavriliuk, who will speak about the opportunities in Sakhalin and gaining access to them.

Attendance to the briefing is free of charge, but registrations must still be made with Austrade online at www.austrade.com.au/events. For further information contact Liz Dwyer on 02 6201 7456.

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