Getting to net zero: a place for liquefied natural gas?
Australia is one of the world’s largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporters, having started a little more than 30 years ago. How is LNG produced, how did this industry grow to where it is today, and what role will LNG play in a world that needs to decarbonise?
The Melbourne Energy Institute invites you to join the third instalment in our Seminar Series, MEInetwork22 Seminar #3: Liquefied natural gas and export, exploring the past, present and future of LNG in Australia and around the world. The seminar will be delivered by Ms Carolyn Au, Operations Manager at Shell specialising in LNG technology and gas processing, and discussion will be moderated by MEI Director, Professor Michael Brear.
The seminar will be hosted as a hybrid event, simultaneously delivered in person and streamed online.
Ms Carolyn Au, Production Manager, Shell.
Ms Carolyn Au is a Production Manager at Shell specialising in LNG technology and gas processing. She has 22 years of energy industry experience in the gas and LNG sector. After joining Shell in 2007 in the Hague, the Netherlands, as an LNG and gas technology design engineer, she moved into LNG operations and asset management. Working in this area, she spent seven years on Sakhalin Island in Russia, where Shell operated a two-train LNG facility, and three years at the Shell QGC LNG facility on Curtis Island in Gladstone, Queensland. She is now based in Brisbane.