Graeme Bethune

PhD (Econ), BEcon. (Hons 1st class), Graduate of the executive program from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, and is FAICD, FASCP, FAIE, FSPE

Graeme has held a range of senior positions within the Australian energy sector, including responsible for finance, business development and investor relations and senior executive teams.

Graeme established EnergyQuest in 2005, where he is currently CEO, and is the author of major EnergyQuest reports specialises in gas market analysis, particularly the Australian east coast market and has undertaken consulting assignments on oil, gas and alternative fuels for Australian and international clients.

Graeme is regularly requested to present at energy conferences in Australia and Asia and his comments are regularly sought by the domestic and international media (including the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and The Economist).

Graeme ranks in the top 4% of experts in the Gerson Lehrman Energy and Industrials Council, a global network of over 30,000 experts in the energy, transport and industrials sectors, providing advice to investors, professional services firms and companies.

He represents Australia on a number of international study groups of the International Gas Union.

He has served on a number of government, commercial and charity boards and government reviews and is currently a Director of the Australian Gas Industry Trust. In this capacity he was a member of the Australian delegation to the World Gas Conferences in 2009 and 2012 and is a member of the National Organising Committee for the LNG18 Conference to be held in Perth in 2016.



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