September 11 - 14 2017 @ Padma, Bali, Indonesia

Date:

11 - 14 September 2017

Workshop:

11 September 2017

Conference

12 - 13 September 2017

Site Tour

14 September 2017

Rationale behind the Annual Forum Series


Indonesia is moving towards becoming a net importer LNG by 2022 amid increasing domestic demand It is also projected that Indonesia’s gas demand will grow at an average of 4 % over the next 10 years, with the biggest demand for power generation . The thirst of LNG for Power was further fueled when BP recently agreed to supply state electricity firm PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara with 16 cargoes of liquefied natural gas per year starting 2020 to 2035.

The commitment to deliver electricity to every corner of Indonesia’s populous archipelago and power demand has continuously made LNG to be the most exciting growth prospects domestically in 2017.

LNG infrastructure developments have become a mainstay and a priority target for many stakeholders in Indonesia. The development and growing momentum of FSRUs in Indonesia is set to be a game-changer for the domestic power industry, especially in remote areas.

FSRUs and FSUs will become key distribution centers facilitating the creation of various small-scale LNG infrastructure projects to help fulfill stranded demand. This will be complemented by the further deployment of small-scale LNG carriers and barges which brings an efficient delivery of LNG to demand centers across archipelago.

The floating regasification unit (FRU) and floating storage unit (FSU) Bali showcased the way for a real and realistic era of small-scale floating LNG regasification options for stakeholders. And this could serve as one of many realistic storage and distribution models needed to distribute LNG in smaller parcels.

The main forum, promises to be the most relevant platform for participants who seriously want to connect and open-the-doors with domestic LNG supply opportunities, FSRU, FSU, offshore infrastructure projects and asset owners across Indonesia. This meeting of the minds – coupled with a relationship-building exercise – will include two relevant and unmissable workshops plus a site tour to the Benoa LNG Terminal

    Among the key themes to be discussed including:
  • Natural Gas And LNG Supply And Allocation for Indonesia-based projects
  • FSRU, Offhore Infrastructure and Technology
  • Updates on upcoming LNG and Small Scale LNG projects
  • Small LNG, CNG Vessels, Shipyards And Shipbuilding Capacity
  • Gas Engine And Marine Related Technology
Expect to meet, network and hear from key senior level speakers including:
⦁ SKK Migas | ⦁ PT Pertamina | ⦁ PT Pertagas | ⦁ PT PLN | ⦁ PT PGN ⦁ PT PELINDO III | ⦁ PT Medco Energi | ⦁ PT PGN LNG | ⦁ PT Nusantara Regas | ⦁ PT Medco Power | ⦁ PT Indonesia Power | ⦁ GTT South East Asia | ⦁ PT PAL | ⦁ PT Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi | ⦁ PT PGN LNG ⦁ PT Pelindo Energi Logistik | ⦁ PT Rekind

Focused, tightly-knitted and objective-specific, this is the one event which will bring you much closer to the LNG game in Indonesia. Register your interest Today.



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Event Schedule

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WORKSHOP A:

Offshore LNG Infrastructure Selection And Deployment: Comparing Economics And Tailoring Options To Meet Tight Deadlines In Indonesia

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WORKSHOP B:

Strategic And Economic Evaluation For Floating Power Plants Into Remote Locations

0830

Registration

0900

Organizers’ Remark


All Events Group & Energy Nusantara

0915

Opening Keynote Speaker:
Pushing Ahead With Natural Gas And LNG For Power Generation And Industries In Indonesia


Inviting:
Dr. Arcandra Tahar, Vice Minister
Ministry Of Energy And Mineral Resources

0945

Natural Gas Production And LNG Delivery For Domestic Demand

Invited:
Amien Sunaryadi, Chairman
SKK MIGAS

1015

Networking Coffee Break

1045

Procure, Develop and Utilize LNG for Power Generation: An End User Perspective

Invited:
Supangkat Iwan Santoso, Director of Procurement
PT. PLN

1115

Panel Discussion I
Supporting The Power Generation Industry With Sustainable LNG Infrastructure And Supply


Facilitated by:
Joi Surya Dharma, Founder and CEO
Energy Nusantara

Invited Panelists:

  • Dr. Ir. I Gusti Nyoman (IGN) Wiratmaja Puja
    Director General, DIRECTORATE GENERAL OIL AND GAS
  • Supangkat Iwan Santoso
    Director of Procurement, PT. PLN
  • Bobby Gafur Umar
    Vice Chairman-Oil & Gas Energy, INDONESIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (KADIN)
  • Jobi Triananda Hasjim
    President Director PT PERUSAHAAN GAS NEGARA

1200

Floating Power Plants And Gravity Based Structures as Feasible Options For Power Generation in Remote Areas


Invited:
Stephan Maillard, General Manager
GTT SEA PTE LTD

1230

Networking Lunch


1400

Integrating The LNG to Power Value Chain for JAVA-1


Speaker:
Ginanjar, President Director
PT JAWA SATU POWER

1430

Utilizing Stranded Gas Assets Into The LNG Value Chain: Opportunities Ahead


Speaker:
Eka Satria, Development Director
PT. MEDCO E & P INDONESIA

1500

Small Scale LNG Development For Offshore Distribution


1530

Networking Coffee Break


1600

Building The First Integrated LNG Terminal in South Sulawesi to Support Industrial Power Demand


Speaker:
Westana H. Wiraatmadja, President Director
PT. ENERGI NUSANTARA MERAH PUTIH

1630

Best Practice for Small Scale LNG Logistics Into Remote Areas


Speaker:
Gembong Primajaya, Director
PT PELINDO ENERGI LOGISTIK (PEL)

1700

End Of Conference Day 01


0900

Recap


0915

Supporting LNG in Indonesia With Ongoing Infrastructure Development


Speaker:
Toto Nugroho, President Director
PT. PERTAMINA GAS (PEL)

0945

LNG Infrasturcture Development in Eastern Indonesia – Overview of BP Tangguh Train 3 and Masela Updates


Speaker:
Agoes Sapto Rahardjo, Head of Tangguh Train 3 Project Acceleration Unit
SKK MIGAS

1015

Utilizing And Developing LNG And Natural Gas Infrastructure for Ports


Speaker:
Ari Askhara, President Director
PT. PELINDO III

1045

Networking Coffee Break


1115

Developing The LNG Value Chain for Power and Industry in Batam


Speaker:
Fazil E. Alfitri, President Director
PT. MEDCO POWER INDONESIA

1145

Commercializing And Implementing A Successful FSRU Project In Indonesia


1215

Panel Discussion II:
Fast Tracking FSRU Development and Smalling Shipping Infrastructure for Power Generation


Facilitated by:
Joi Surya Dharma, Founder and CEO
Energy Nusantara

Invited Panelists:

  • Theo Lekatompessy
    President Director, PT. HUMPUSS INTERMODA TRANSPORTASI TBK.
  • Stephane Maillard
    General Manager, GTT SEA PTE LTD
  • Sutrisno
    Director, PT PAL

1300

Networking Lunch


1415

Regulations for FSRUS, Offshore LNG Vessels and Shipping in Indonesia


Speaker:
DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF SEA TRANSPORT

1445

Breakbulking From FSRU as A Viable Option For LNG Distribution


1515

Strategies to Maximize FSRU for Effective LNG Distribution into The Power Sector: Lessons Learnt


Speaker:
Tammy Meidharma Sumarna, President Director
PT. NUSANTARA REGAS

1545

Networking Coffee Break


1615

Drivers in Constructing A Successful LNG Offshore Infrastructure to Support Power Generation Industry


1645

Measuring The Feasibility for Small Floating Power Plants into Your Plans


1715

End of Conference


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