Ms Garner co-authored the first climate change law textbook in Australia entitled “Global Climate Change: Australian Law and Policy”, and has expertise in all aspects of climate change law, including emissions trading, and major energy and renewable energy projects.
She has advised on a number of energy deals including ERM Power’s Stage 2 development of the Braemar gas-fired power station in Queensland, and also on climate change matters, such as for SP Ausnet and Industry Funds Management in relation to compliance under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act.
Ms Garner’s address at FutureGAS will look at the application of the CPRS to the industry, upstream and downstream risks, contractual issues and risk management and directors duties and CPRS.
FutureGAS 2010 will be held in Brisbane between 9 and 11 March 2010.
The event will also look at emerging areas such as natural gas vehicles, gas cooling, co and tri-generation, micro-turbines, fuel cells, tight gas, underground coal gasification – all areas which have the potential to massively impact the gas industry in the years ahead.
FutureGAS will also include an exhibition showcasing the latest products and services.
The business program will keep delegates up to date with current issues, policy and project news – and all for great value for money with a registration fee that won’t break the bank.
MWM has been confirmed as the major sponsor of the conference and exhibition, following the success of its sponsorship last year.