April, 3 - 5 April 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia

Date:

03 - 05 April 2018

Masterclass:

03 April 2018

Conference:

04 - 05 April 2018

Site Tour:

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Rationale behind the Annual Forum Series


LNG-to-power projects are driving FSRU demand to a new level across Asia. With the FSRU order books pertaining expected to increase beyond 2018. By optimizing FSRUs – together with small scale LNG shipping solutions – demand aggregators will be able to provide LNG-to-power projects solutions in short and medium term markets, and to remote locations.

Developing LNG offshore infrastructure to serve a region’s power and industrial customers requires a complete end-to-end LNG value chain solution, thus this platform with open up possibilities for FSRU project implementation and collaboration between key stakeholders involved in LNG supply, infrastructure and distribution.

Floating storage regasification units are currently seen as one of the most viable market solutions for power generation. The need to meet rising natural gas demand in smaller markets and island pockets within archipelagos such as Indonesia and Philippines have made FSRUs more attractive than ever before.

Floating regasification can be seen as a flexible, cost-effective option to receive and process shipments of LNG and can function both as a transportation and regasification vessel. The deployment of floating regasification has grown rapidly recently, especially in emerging markets facing short-term supply shortages.

Small Scale LNG and Shipping will inevitably ease the distribution of LNG across South East Asia and enable direct penetration into undeveloped markets and locations. By integrating small scale LNG ships into the distribution value chain, the overall efficiencies of projects will increase.

LNG bunkering opportunities is expected to bring first-mover benefits around the region. With the availability of LNG for marine fuel looking increasing likely, current developments of small scale LNG will only make LNG bunkering a reality in South East Asia in the years ahead. With LNG emerging as fuel of choice for vessels, ferries, tugs and barges, both converting existing vessels to LNG as well as dedicated new builds will offer huge opportunities in Indonesia. Efforts to convert various shipping vessels to LNG are advancing rapidly across the marine industry.



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Event Schedule

MASTERCLASS: MASTERCLASS IN IMPORT INFRASTRUCTURE, FLOATING LNG POWER PLANT AND BARGES

  • An Introduction to Floating Storage Regasification Powerplants and Power Barge solutions
  • LNG Import Projects in South Asia and FSRP Market Outlook
  • o Coffee break
  • Assessing the Feasibility of an FSRP Import Project
  • Qualification of New Technology for FSRPs and LNG Power Barges
  • o Lunch
  • Commercial Structuring, Financing the Project, Negotiation of Key Contracts
  • Managing the Tender Process & Contractor Selection of FSRP and Marine Facilities
  • o Coffee break
  • Project Development of an FSRP – Case study / Team assignment
  • Regulatory Perspective and Applicable Standards for FSRP
  • Q&A
Facilitated by:
Muthu Chezhian Ph.D, PMP, Chief Operating Officer, GALWAY GROUP LLC
Matthew Tan, Executive Vice President, GALWAY GROUP LLC
Vincent Chua, Manager Offshore SEA, BUREAU VERITAS (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD

09.00

Opening Remarks

Energy Nusantara & All Events Group

09.15

GOVERNMENT POLICY & SUPPORTING OFFSHORE LNG INFRASTRUCTURE AND SHIPPING IN INDONESIA

Ridwan Djamaluddin
Deputy for Infrastructure
COORDINATION MINISTRY FOR MARITIME AFFAIRS - (INVITED)

09.45

REGULATIONS FOR FSRUS, OFFSHORE LNG VESSELS AND SHIPPING IN INDONESIA

Bay Mokhamad Hasani
PLT Director General
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF SEA TRANSPORTATION - (INVITED)

10.15

Networking Cofee Break

10.45

FSRU OUTLOOK AND OPPORTUNITIES IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

Matthew Tan
Executive Vice President
GALWAY GROUP LLC

11.15

DEVELOPING AND INTEGRATING LNG- TO-POWER PROJECTS IN INDONESIA

Ginanjar
VP Gas & Power commercialization
PT PERTAMINA - (INVITED)

11.45

THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF SMALL LNG SHIPS TO ENSURE DISTRIBUTION TO END USERS

Theo Lekatompessy
President Director
PT HUMPUSS INTERMODA TRANSPORTASI

12.15

Networking Lunch

13.30

COMPLEMENTING LNG IMPORT STRATEGY WITH FSRU TERMINALS

Jose B. T. Aldon, M.Sc.
Managing Director/CEO
AXI LNGAS Inc

14.00

DEVELOPING SMALL SCALE FSRU BASED BREAK BULK LNG TERMINAL IN INDIA

Tarun Balakrishnan
Commercial & Business Development Manager
H-ENERGY PRIVATE LIMITED

14.45

Panel Discussion:
KEY STRATEGIES AND IMPLEMENTATION TO ENSURE FSRU AND SMALL LNG SHIPPING PROJECTS WORK

Panelists include:
  • Marat Zapparov, Director Of Infrastructure, CLIFFORD CAPITAL PTE LTD
  • Jose B. T. Aldon, Managing Director/CEO, AXI LNGAS Inc
  • Bobby Andhika, President Director, PT HOEGH LNG LAMPUNG

Facilitated by:
Joi Surya Dharma
Founder and CEO
ENERGY NUSANTARA

15.15

Networking Coffee Break

15.45

FSRU AS AN EFFECTIVE LNG INTEGRATED SYSTEM

Tammy Meidharma Sumarna
President Director
PT NUSANTARA REGAS - (INVITED)

16.15

KEY STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS IN SELECTING THE RIGHT TECHNOLOGIES AND SITES FOR FSRUS

Lian Gee Chua
Business Development Manager & Principal Engineer
DNV GL

16.45

FAST TRACKING REGAS TERMINALS TO FUEL BASE LOAD GAS POWER PLANTS

Nor Aslam Khan
Director
NEWGAS PTE. LTD

17.15

End of Conference Day One

09.00

Recap


09.15

NATURAL GAS AND LNG INFRASTRUCTUR PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT


Ego Syahrial
Director General
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OIL AND GAS - (INVITED)

09.45

OPTIMIZING LNG SUPPLY TO MEET DEMAND IN INDONESIA


Parulian Sihotang
Deputy for Finance and Monetization
SKK MIGAS - (INVITED)

10.15

THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF FSRU FOR INDONESIA’S POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY

Supangkat Iwan Santoso
Director of Procurement
PT PLN - (INVITED)

10.45

Networking Coffee Break


11.15

DEVELOPING FSRU AND OFFSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR LNG-TO-POWER IN THAILAND


11.45

COMMERCIALIZING AND IMPLEMENTING A FEASIBLE FSRU PROJECT FOR INDONESIA


Mohd Nurman Kamaruddin
Vice President – LNG, Offshore & Special Projects Development Unit (Asia/Oceania)
MITSUI O.S.K LINES, LTD (MOL)

12.15

UTILIZING SMALL LNG FLOATING STORAGE UNIT FOR POWER


Gembong Primajaya
Director
PT PELINDO ENERGI LOGISTIK - (INVITED)

12.45

Networking Lunch


14.00

UTILIZING FSRU EFFECTIVELY AS THE POINT FOR SMALL SCALE DISTRIBUTION


Mugiono
President Director
PT PGN LNG - (INVITED)

14.30

LNG DUAL FUEL OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHIPPING IN INDONESIA


Rudiyanto
President Director
PT.BIRO KLASIFIKASI INDONESIA (BKI)

15.00

Networking Coffee Break


15.30

PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN STAKEHOLDERS AND SHIPYARD TO BUILD LNG OFFSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE


Eddy Kurniawan Logam
Chairman
INDONESIA SHIPBUILDING AND OFFSHORE ASSOCIATION (IPERINDO)

16.00

DUAL FUEL FOR SHIPPING: CAN LNG PLAY A KEY ROLE?


Cahyono Rubyan
Vice President Fuel Management
PT PELNI

16.30

End Of Conference Day Two


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