Wood Mackenzie at APPEA 2018 Conference and Exhibition
Wood Mackenzie is pleased to participate in the APPEA 2018 Conference and Exhibition taking place on 14th - 17th May. This year's theme is 'Resilient Business - Success In The New Energy Market. Visit our stand to meet our experts and a chance to have a copy of the latest Australasia Upstream & LNG Map at booth #121.
15 May 2018
South Australia’s power crisis: renewables, batteries and the future role of gas
Nicholas joined Wood Mackenzie in 2007 as a consultant in London. Based in Singapore since 2012, he leads two Wood Mackenzie Asia research teams: Gas & LNG, and Power & Renewables. The teams provides commercial analysis on LNG, gas, renewable and electricity markets, pricing and trends across Asia. He also leads Wood Mackenzie’s global LNG Corporate research.
An energy markets and LNG specialist, he has advised on several major international infrastructure transactions and project financing engagements. He also completed projects across the gas value chain such as on gas monetization options, transport economics and market entry strategies.
Nicholas joined Wood Mackenzie from Total, where he worked on their gas & power trading floor, in addition to gas sales and marketing. Nicholas holds a B.A. from Trinity College Dublin, an M.Sc. from the London School of Economics and an MBA from INSEAD.
Australia's LNG wars – an industry under fire
Saul works with Wood Mackenzie's Australasia Upstream Oil and Gas group based in the Perth office.
Saul has previously worked at Woodside Energy spanning commercial and corporate strategy roles, with Australia's largest Venture Capital fund, M.H.Carnegie & Co, and in corporate advisory roles in Africa. He has been an advisor on resources and economic development policy for African governments and institutions, including the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and African Union Commission.
Saul holds degrees in Law (Honours) and Chemical Engineering (Honours) from the University of Melbourne.
16 May 2018
Radical disruption – renewables, technology and the arrival of ‘peak gas’
Head of Asia Pacific ResearchGavin joined Wood Mackenzie in 1997, managing the company's Asia Pacific Energy Markets team from 2000-2003.
Between 2003-2014 Gavin was based in Beijing managing Wood Mackenzie’s China research. During this time he worked on a range of projects with domestic and international energy companies including the development of international growth strategies, upstream opportunity screening, LNG project evaluation, Chinese provincial gas price forecasting, analysis of the Chinese CBM market, and the influence of China on Pacific Basin gas markets and pricing.
Gavin relocated to Wood Mackenzie’s Tokyo office in early 2014 to head Wood Mackenzie’s gas and power research across North East Asia. In Early 2016 Gavin returned to Beijing to head Wood Mackenzie’s overall China consulting team.
In 2017, Gavin moved to Singapore to lead the Asia Pacific Research.
Gavin graduated from Newcastle University with a first class honours degree in Politics, Economics and Chinese Language.