What is GEA - Gas Energy Australia?
Gas Energy Australia is the national body representing the gaseous fuels industry.
Who is Gas Energy Australia?
Gas Energy Australia is the industry association representing downstream Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) businesses.
LPG, CNG and LNG are alternative fuel options.
They are versatile, as well as affordable, and can be used for a range of applications in the residential, commercial, industrial and transport sectors.
All three gases have lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) than petrol, diesel and coal fired electricity, on an energy-equivalent basis.
The Association focuses on a range of areas in support of Australia’s national interest.
The goal is to achieve energy security and economic prosperity in a lower carbon economy.
What does GEA do?
GEA focuses on the future development and growth of Australia’s gaseous fuels market.
It also covers industry, business and technical development topics.
It provides for industry networking as well as the opportunity to convene our key working groups, task forces and technical committees.
Participants include members of government, national & state regulatory bodies, key stakeholder groups and representatives from the LPG, LNG and CNG industry sectors.
They learn from innovative and exciting thought leaders and speakers, marketing and brand management specialists, researchers and technology developers, industry regulators and government agency representatives.
Networking opportunities are also a big draw with leading gas company executives & operations managers, gas retailers, contractors, consultants, other service providers, equipment manufacturers, vehicle converters, and transportation logistics companies involved.
Typical Areas of Involvement
The following are just some of the areas:
• Industry and Business Development
• The future for gaseous fuels
• Technical Development
• Australia’s energy policy – energy diversity and open markets
• Gas Development in South Australia
• Australia’s future… energy diversity
• The future for gas powered engines – a technology roadmap
• Gas powered passenger vehicles
• Gaseous fuels… barriers to growth
• The future of CNG powered vehicles
• Process Safety
For more information, please see the GEA Website
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