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The Rise of LNG - Australia Shell Estimate IEA New Policy Estimate Japan Govt Estimate AUSTRALIAN OUTLOOK Current production-20 mtpa Short-term-Pluto 24.

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1 The Rise of LNG - Australia Shell Estimate IEA New Policy Estimate Japan Govt Estimate AUSTRALIAN OUTLOOK Current production-20 mtpa Short-term-Pluto 24 mtpa Medium-term-2015 approach 60 mtpa Long-term-exceed 100 mtpa Underpinned by long-term contracts GLOBAL OUTLOOK Current Global LNG demand strong Short-term-uncertain but recovering Medium-term-supply/demand balance Long-term-very positive

2 Australian LNG Projects

3 Floating LNG Novel application of existing technology Shell’s Prelude field 450km offshore in Browse Basin * Will be first FLNG operation in the world * Potential 3.5 mtpa LNG processing train Santos with GDF Suez in the Bonaparte Basin Sunrise Project PTTEP

4 CSG Projects Australia has potential CSG reserves of 150 tcf World’s first coal seam gas to LNG for export projects 4 major projects proposed for Gladstone, Queensland * BG/QGC – Queensland Curtis LNG (in construction) * Santos/Petronas/Total/KOGAS – Gladstone LNG (in construction) * Origin/ConocoPhillips – Australia Pacific LNG (EPBC approved) * Shell – Curtis Island LNG Further small projects potential Potential capacity mtpa depending on gas reserves Other potential unconventional gas opportunities in Australia


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