Connecting with Timor L’este to pursue net-zero
International collaboration and momentum is building as global nations pursue 2050 net-zero emissions targets, increased energy security and decarbonisation solutions.
Timor L’este held the 4th Energy and Mining Summit in Dili during June attracting significant industry representation, Australian Government attendees and Northern Territory Government officers from The Gas Taskforce.
Attracting close to 200 participants, the summit is one of Timor L’este’s premier industry events, discussing how the nation’s resources can be better developed whilst pursuing their net-zero emission commitments by 2050.
A strong focus was the significant advances in realising a carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) facility as part of the soon to be depleted Bayu-Undan gas field to serve as repository for carbon emissions.
Read more at Our Territory Gas Strategy website.