September 13-16 2016 @ Padma, Bali, Indonesia

Rationale behind the Forum

Major milestones are expected to take place within Indonesia’s natural gas and LNG industry including LNG imports and more domestic cargo supply starting 2017. The commitment to deliver electricity to every corner of Indonesia’s populous archipelago has made LNG one of the most exciting growth prospects domestically in 2016 and beyond. The government’s aim to boost power generation by 35GW will see LNG play a key and strategic role.

Just recently, a floating regasification unit (FRU) and floating storage unit (FSU) arrived in Bali – paving the way for a real and realistic era of floating small-scale LNG regasification options for stakeholders. This facility will cement continued interest for stakeholders wanting to distribute LNG in smaller parcels, as marine fuel and for other small-scale uses, especially to remote areas within Indonesia. The business of LNG is never short term. The impact of low prices will create opportunities for companies and players who are in the downstream LNG value chain.

LNG-import infrastructures – both onshore and offshore – together with small scale LNG facilities and downstream distribution channels such as small LNG ships, bunkering and LNG trucking will continue to play a key role in the burgeoning LNG industry. Small-scale LNG – or Mini LNG in some cases – infrastructures will ease the distribution of LNG across islands and enable direct penetration into undeveloped markets and locations..

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Wednesday | 14 September 2016

Forum Day One

 

08:30
Registration

09:00
Organizer’s Remark

ALL EVENTS GROUP & ENERGY NUSANTARA

09:15
Opening Keynote Speaker: REGULATORY UPDATES ON THE AVAILABILITY OF NATURAL GAS AND LNG FOR POWER GENERATION AND INDUSTRIES

Prof. Dr. Ir. IGN Wiratmaja Puja
Director General
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OIL AND GAS

09:45
STRATEGY TO BOOST GAS AND LNG SUPPLIES TO MEET INCREASING DOMESTIC DEMAND

Muliawan
Deputy Chairman for Operations Control
SKK MIGAS

 

10:15
Networking Coffee Break

10:45
PANEL DISCUSSION: THE NEED TO FAST TRACK NATURAL GAS AND LNG INFRASTRUCTURE TO BRIDGE INCREASING DOMESTIC DEMAND

  • Chairani Rahmatullah, Head of Oil & Gas Division, PT PLN
  • Theo Lekatompessy, President Director, PT. HUMPUSS INTERMODA TRANSPORTASI
  • Eka Satria, Development Director, PT MEDCO ENERGI

Facilitated by: Joi Surya Dharma, Founder and CEO, ENERGY NUSANTARA

11:30
PUSHING FORWARD WITH LNG SUPPLY AND INFRASTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT INDONESIA’S POWER SECTOR

Chairani Rahmatullah
Head of Oil & Gas Division
PT PLN

12:00

SMALL SCALE LNG CARRIERS AND OFFSHORE STORAGE TO SUPPORT DISTRIBUTION IN INDONESIA                         

Stephane Maillard
General Manager
GTTSEA Pte Ltd

12:30
Networking Lunch

13:45

FINANCING LNG PROJECTS AND INFRASTRUCTURE: AN INVESTOR’S PERSPECTIVE

Diana Gan
Senior Vice President (Deputy Head of Project Finance, Head of Natural Resources)
BANK OF TOKYO MITSHUBISHI UFJ


14:15

EFFECTIVE INTEGRATION OF SUPER COMPACT BOG RE-CONDENSER INTO LNG RECEIVING AND REGASIFICATION TERMINALS

Chikako Nakayama
General Manager - International Business Development Energy Division
JFE ENGINEERING

14:45

INTEGRATED LNG PROPULSION SYSTEMS FOR EFFICIENCY

Richard Bowcutt
Senior Vice President – Asia Pacific Commercial Marine
ROLLS ROYCE

15:15
Networking Coffee Break

15:45

EFFECTIVE SMALL LNG LOGISTICS TO SUPPORT POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY

Gembong Primajaya
Director
PT PELINDO ENERGI LOGISTIK (PEL) 


16:15

DEVELOPING AN LNG HUB IN WEST AND EAST JAVA: OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD

Junaidi Elvis
CEO
NUSANTARA ENERGY PLANT INDONESIA

16:45

UPSTREAM STRANDED DOMESTIC GAS POTENTIAL TO MEET THE LOCAL ENERGY DEMAND THROUGH LNG VALUE CHAIN - LESSON LEARNT FROM SENORO-DSLNG SUCESS STORY AND MEDCO STRANDED GAS

Eka Satria
Director of Development
PT Medco E&P Indonesia

17:15

End of Forum Day One & Networking Drinks

Thusrday | 15 September 2016

Forum Day TWO

 

09:00
Recap

09:15
HOW TO DEVELOP TRAIN 3 TANGGUH PROJECT

Agoes Sapto Rahardjo
Head Of Tangguh Train 3 Project Acceleration Unit
SKK MIGAS

09:45
OFFSHORE LNG INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS AND CURRENT UPDATES

Kusdi Widodo
General Manager - LNG
PT PERTAMINA GAS NIAGA

10:15

LNG FOR TRANSPORT AND BUNKERING: HOW WILL IT BE BENEFICIAL FOR INDONESIA?

Kevin Triadi Gunawan
LNG Business Development Manager
SHELL EASTERN PETROLEUM

 

10:45
Networking Coffee Break

11:15

LNG DEMAND AND INFRASTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT POWER GENERATION – A PRIVATE PLAYER’S PERSPECTIVE

Fazil Erwin Alfitri
President Director
PT MEDCO POWER INDONESIA

11:45

SMALL SCALE LNG LOGISTICS

Shetty Hitendra
Business Development Manager
WARTSILA

12:15

LNG TRANSPORT AND DISTRIBUTION IN THAILAND: LESSONS LEARNED
                               
Wittawach Prasitsom
Engineer - NGV Division
PTT PLC

 

12:45
Networking Lunch

14:00
FSRU AS THE PIVOTAL POINT FOR EFFECTIVE LNG DISTRIBUTION

Mugiono
President Director
PT PGN LNG

14:30
REGULATIONS FOR LNG VESSELS, SHIPPING AND PORTS

                               
Agustinus Maun
Chief of Vessel Planning, Design and Construction
DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR SEA TRANSPORTATION

15:00
Networking Cofee Break

15:30
THE CRITICAL ROLE OF LNG FOR ELECTRICITY IN BALI

Ir. IGAN Subawa Putra
General Manager
PT INDONESIA POWER

16:00
INTEGRATING SMALL SCALE LNG SHIPPING AND OFFSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE INTO YOUR PLANS

                               
Eduardo Perez
Owner and Principal Consultant
SMALL LNG SHIPPING CONSULTANTS

16:30
End of Forum

Tuesday | 13 September 2016

Pre-Conference Workshop

1300-1600

HOW TO INCORPORATE SMALL SCALE LNG SHIPPING INTO YOUR DISTRIBUTION PLANS TO SUPPORT FSRU AND OFFSHORE STORAGES: FOCUSING ON THE COMMERICAL AND OPERATIONAL DYNAMICS FOR INTER-ISLAND OPERATIONS, DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL SMALL SCALE LNG SHIPPING

Facilitated by:
Eduardo Perez
Owner and Principal Consultant
SMALL LNG SHIPPING CONSULTANTS

Eduardo has more than 20 years of experience in international trade and shipping, both as a Charterer and as a Ship Owner. He specializes in ethylene transportation, small LNG carriers and complete supply chain value analysis. Areas of expertise in petrochemicals transportation include Iran and the Middle East; Europe; Brazil and Argentina and South East Asia. Eduardo spent over 14 years as a Chartering and Supply Chain manager with Dow Chemical globally before spending close to 10 years as Vice President at Norgas Carriers Houston and Singapore, General Manager at MNGC in Singapore and thereafter at Lauritzen Kosan A/S from Denmark as Business Development Manager. Eduardo has experience in dealing with different cultures and negotiation contracts in different countries.

Friday | 16 September 2016

Site Visit

0730-1500

SITE VISIT TO AN FSU, FRU AND POWER PLANT FACILITY

PT Pelindo Energy Logistic (PEL), a subsidiary company PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero), had recently build a Floating Regasification Unit (FRU) and Floating Storage Unit (FSU) in Benoa Port, Bali. The Mini LNG Terminal is the first of its kind in Indonesia, incorporating a Floating Storage Unit (FSU). This terminal will be able to meet the domestic gas needs, amounting to 40 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) – being supplied to a dual fueled power plant (PLTDG) in Pesanggaran Bali.

The power plant in Pesanggaran Bali is owned and operated by PT Indonesia Power, a subsidiary of state electricity company (PT PLN Persero). The power plant has a capacity of 200 MW. The LNG carrier departs from Bontang, East Kalimantan and being hauled into the Floating Regasification Unit (FRU), Lumbung Dewata. The
concept of both an FRU and FSU side-by-side is a pioneering model for Indonesia. This concept is very relevant and suitable for an archipelago like in Indonesia. The FRU has a capacity of 50 MMSCFD while the FSU has a capacity of 26.000 CBM. Daily, this terminal is able to fulfill gas requirement amounting to 40 MMSCFD for power generation purposes.

 

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Friday | 4 March 2016

PROPOSED ROUNDTABLE FORUM DAY TWO

09:00               
SMALL SCALE LNG DISTRIBUTION MODEL AS PART OF FUEL AVAILABILITY FOR SHIPPING
Prof. Ir. Daniel M. Rosyid, Dean - Department of Marine Technology
INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI SEPULUH (ITS)

09:30  
MAKING ECO-FRIENDLY GAS FUELLED SHIPS A REALITY
Ju-Seog Han, Vice President - Engine & Machinery Division
HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES  

10:00               
SMALL SCALE LNG FOR POWER GENERATION: AN END USER VIEWPOINT
Moh Riza Aandi, Senior Manager - Oil & Gas Division
PT PERUSAHAAN LISTRIK NEGARA (PLN)

 

10:30            
Networking Coffee Break

10:45       
FSRU AS A FOCAL POINT FOR SMALL LNG DISTRIBUTION IN INDONESIA
Tammy Meidharma, President Director
PT. NUSANTARA REGAS

11:15        
MOVING FORWARD WITH SMALL SCALE LNG DISTRIBUTION TO EASTERN INDONESIA
Budi Indianto, President Director
PADMA ENERGI INDONESIA

11:45        
FIRST MOVER TO UTILIZE LNG FOR SHIPPING
Cahyono Rubyan, SM, SE,M.A.P, Senior Manager, Management Bureau of Fuel and Lubricants
PT. PELNI

 

12:00     
End of Roundtable Forum, Lunch & Friday Prayers

Friday | 4 March 2016

WORKSHOP

1400

SMALL LNG SHIP PROPULSION AND CONVERSION

• Overview of LNG shipping
• Understanding the Need for LNG Propulsion:IMO Regulations and Costs
• LNG Power for New Vessels: Designing the LNG Propulsion System
• Advances in LNG Vessel Storage Systems
• Difference between LNG Propulsion System andHFO/MFO: Safety, Operations Training and Maintenance
• Retrofitting and Conversions: Converting Vessels to Run on LNG.
• Q&A

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