Australia – Russia LNG/Hydrogen Dialogue at SPIGF

During the St-Petersburg International Gas Forum (SPIGF) ARD organised an online/offline event «Australia – Russia LNG/Hydrogen Dialogue» in conjunction with the round-table discussion “Key Trends In LNG Market Development”.



Participants of the panel:


Christo Visser, President Australia – Russia Dialogue

Alexey Goncharov, Executive Secretary Australia – Russia Dialogue

Peter Moore, Adjunct Professor, Curtin University

George Gilboy, Vice President and Chief Representative Japan, Woodside Energy

Andrew McConville, CEO Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA)

Sergey Kapitonov, Gas Analyst, Energy Centre, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO

Sergey Ivanov, Executive Director, LNG Association Russia

Alexander Klimentyev, Principal Advisor, Directorate of Investment and Innovation Policy, Permanent Mission of Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) under the President of the Russian Federation

Vladimir Voronov, Head of the Hydrogen Energy Program Faculty of Energy and Environmental Technologies ITMO University

Andrew Garnett, Director University of Queensland Centre for Natural Gas

Roberto F. Aguilera, Energy Economist, Curtin University Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (CUOGIC)


You can watch the recording of the event by following this link.

You can also read some comments about this event here.


Select presentations of the panellists can be downloaded here:


Peter Moore: Australian gas and hydrogen strategies.


Moore_ARD SPIGF_2021
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Sergey Kapitonov: Gas forecasts: Asia Pacific and Russia (in Russian).

Kapitonov_ARD_SPIGF_2021
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Sergey Ivanov: LNG investment calculator and small-scale LNG (in Russian).

Ivanov_ARD_SPIGF_2021
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Alexander Klimentyev: New energy sources in energy transformation context (in Russian).

Klementieyv_ARD_SPIGF_2021
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Vladimir Voronov: Solid step of liquid gas or heavy burden of light hydrogen? (in Russian).