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
⦁ 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.
• SITE TOUR TO INDONESIA’S 1st MINI LNG TERMINAL AT BENOA, BALI •
• THURSDAY, 14 SEPTEMBER 2017 •
Delegates will have the unique opportunity to visit PT Pelindo Energy Logistic (PEL)’s first mini LNG terminal facility which supplies the dual fueled power plant operated by Indonesia Power.
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.
SITE TOUR AGENDA:
- 1130 - Assemble at Padma Resort Lobby
- 1145 - Depart to Lunch
- 1330 - Arrive at Location, Safety Briefing and Start of Tour with Q&A
- 1630 - End of Tour
- 1700 - Arrive back at Padma Resort Lobby
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