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The NT Resources Week conference has never been so important.

It includes the South East Asia Australia Offshore & Onshore conference, the Mining the Territory Conference, and the Environmental Management & Decarbonisation Forum.

NT Resources Week will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre on 13-14 September.

The triple-header – Northern Australia’s largest resources and construction industry conferences and exhibition – is being supported by the Territory Government and organised by leading events management company informal.

Key speakers at SEAAOC will be Empire Energy managing director Alex Underwood and Tamboran Resources managing director Joel Riddle.

They will give updates on exploration for onshore oil and gas at Beetaloo, a project that promises to create about 6000 jobs, drive economic development in regional centres and power the high-end manufacturing Middle Arm Sustainable Development Precinct on the outskirts of Darwin.

Main themes at NT Resources Week will include:

• Australia’s energy transition and ambitions to develop a clean energy supply chain and manufacturing • Net Zero Australia – what would a decarbonised Australian economy look like?

• Critical minerals development

• The role that Australia and the NT can play in ensuring energy, political and food security for South East Asia

• Outlook for the global energy industry

• Onshore and offshore gas – project updates, reserves, economic benefits, investment, infrastructure, services and supply

• Energy security – demand for Australia’s LNG and hydrogen exports

• Experiences developing the US shale industry and implications for Australia

• The Middle Arm Industrial Sustainable Industrial Precinct – CCUS, the resurgence of manufacturing and supercharging development in the NT

• The role of gas role as a transition fuel and the investment climate for new oil and gas projects in Australia

• East coast gas supply state of play

• New opportunities in “exotic” gas exploration– hydrogen, helium and golden hydrogen

• Geological storage for hydrogen

• Legislative reform update and Federal and State government approvals for the resources sector

• Community engagement and social license

• The outlook for synthetic fuel development in Australia

• Service and supply issues and outlook for offshore, and the Beetaloo