MEInetwork19 Seminar: Liquefied natural gas and export
Melbourne School of Design
University of Melbourne,
Parkville VIC 3052
The fourth seminar of the six-part series on the natural gas supply chain, will examine the role that producing and exporting liquified natural gas (LNG) plays in the Australian natural gas supply chain. It will specifically describe the well-head to ship process of producing and exporting LNG; the history and locations of LNG facilities in Australia; the parts and functions of LNG trains; and the physical coordination between export and domestic supply chains. Reference will be made to international developments and how these might impact on Australia.
Stephen (Steve) Henzell is a Senior Technical Advisor with Advisian in Melbourne. He has over 30 years’ experience in oil and gas design and operation. Steve specializes in concept engineering and brownfield engineering and provides global leadership in these areas within Advisian globally.
Steve has been involved with LNG developments in Western Australia, Queensland and Papua New Guinea. He led the site selection studies and technology selection for Origin’s APLNG project in Queensland. He has reviewed the design challenges with implementing LNG liquefaction facilities on floating facilities. He studied the LNG industry for lessons learned for the Carbon Capture and Storage industry, requiring a review of the historical development and evolution of the industry.
Steve has been the chairman for the local Victoria/Tasmania section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers which promotes the sharing of knowledge associated with the petroleum industry.
About MEInetwork19 Seminar Series
Six seminars running from May to September will take participants through the natural gas supply chain. Specialists from industry and the University of Melbourne will present on the current state and future of Australian natural gas supply, transport, use and export. Attendance is open to MEInetwork19 partner organisations and graduate students. Following the seminars, participants and speakers will have the opportunity for further discussion and networking over food and drinks.
Process to Register
Participation is open to employees of our partner organisations and University of Melbourne graduate students. Register here.
If your organisation would like to partner with MEInetwork19, please contact Ruby Brown via email@example.com