October 13-14 2016 @ Manila, Philippines

Rationale behind the Forum

RATIONALE BEHIND THE 2016 EVENT

For the Philippines, the prospects for LNG remain bullish. The importation of LNG is the quickest way to meet increasing domestic demand. As power utilities are increasingly turning to natural gas to replace coal - coupled with increasing demand from industries - LNG’s role in the Philippines’ energy mix will only get bigger.

As one of the most vibrant economies globally, the Philippines natural gas industry continues to generate significant investors’ interest, especially when customer long term demand remains high. Philippines is well placed to join South East’s Asia LNG importers’ club and is well positioned to be the LNG hub for the region. The market's diverse archipelago geography will also open the door for feasible small-scale LNG and shipping opportunities.

Taking on the theme, “Pacing further forward for LNG and natural gas infrastructure development to support the Power Generation sector”, the timely 3rd LNG Supply, Transport & Storage Philippines 2016 will continue to address and propagate LNG imports and infrastructure developments that will definitely be taking place notably in the Philippines and around the region.

This is the perfect opportunity for all serious stakeholders to highlight real opportunities for and establish their position in this vibrant marketplace.

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Event Schedule

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Thursday, 13 october 2016

FORUM DAY ONE

0900      

Opening Remarks by All Events Group

0905     

OPENING REMARKS AND KEYNOTE WELCOME 


Benito L. Ranque
Undersecretary
OFFICE OF THE UNDERSECRETARY

0915      

NATURAL GAS AND LNG STRATEGIES BEYOND 2016 TO BRIDGE DEMAND GAP

Donato D Marcos
Undersecretary
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

0945      

LNG SUPPLY AND BENEFITS OF GAS FOR PHILIPPINES

Rajnish Goswami            
Team Lead, South Asia, Developing Gas Markets
SHELL

1015     

PHILIPPINES’ ELECTRIC POWER REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT

Atty Floresinda B. Digal
Director-Regulatory Operation Services
ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION

1045     

Networking Coffee Break

1115     

MEMBRANE SYSTEMS AS A KEY OPPORTUNITY IN THE LNG VALUE CHAIN

Stephane Maillard
General Manager
GTT SEA PTE LTD

1145 

DEMOCRATIZING LNG IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Rainer Kersting
Chief Operating Officer
AG&P

1215   

Networking Lunch  

1345

OPTIMISING SMALL SCALE LNG INFRASTRUCTURE FOR POWER GENERATION IN REMOTE AREAS

Bing P. Tomas
Country Business Development Manager, Philippines, South East Asia & Australia
Wartsila - Energy Solutions

  

1415    

MOVING FORWARD IN DEVELOPING LNG INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE PHILIPPINES FOR POWER GENERATION
               
Jose Basanio T. Aldon
Senior Adviser – Natural Gas Business, Business Development 
FIRST GEN CORPORATION

1445     

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

1515   

Networking Coffee Break  

1545 

COMMERCIALIZING AND IMPLEMENTING A SUCCESSFUL FSRU PROJECT
               
Parth Jindal
Managing Director
HOEGH LNG     

1615     

LNG IMPORT TERMINALS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
               
Mangesh Patankar
Head of Business Development – Asia Pacific
GALWAY GROUP

1645    

Panel Discussion:
LNG AND NATURAL GAS AS A KEY DRIVER FOR PHILIPPINE'S POWER NEED
Panelists include:
• Jose Basanio T. Aldon, Managing Director & CEO, AXI LNGAS INC
• Mohd Nurman, Vice President - LNG, Offshore & Special Projects Development Unit, MITSUI O.S.K. BULK SHIPPING
• Sarah Fairhurst, Partner, THE LANTAU GROUP
• Mangesh Patankar, Head of Business Development – Asia Pacific, GALWAY GROUP
• Rainer Kersting, Chief Operating Officer, AG&P

1730    

End of Conference Day One

Friday, 14 october 2016

FORUM DAY TWO

0900      

Recap

0915      

PNOC ROLE TO SUPPORT NATURAL GAS INSFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES

Glenda G. Martinez
Senior Vice President of Management Services
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL OIL COMPANY

0945      

INCENTIVES FOR INVESTMENT IN POWER AND GAS TO POWER PROJECTS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Rafaelito H. Taruc            
Director - Infrastructure and Services Industries Service
BOARD OF INVESTMENTS

1015      

LNG SUPPLY AND DEMAND OUTLOOK FOR SHORT AND LONG TERM: FOCUSING ON SOUTHEAST ASIA
               
Sophie Tan
LNG and Natural Gas - Business Intelligence

POTEN & PARTNERS

1045      

Networking Coffee Break

1115      

AN END USER AND BUYER’S PERSPECTIVE OF LNG: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

1145      

FINANCING LNG PROJECTS AND GAS INFRASTRUCTURE FOR POWER GENERATION: AN INVESTOR’S PERSPECTIVE           

Arthur Tay
Project Finance
BANK OF TOKYO-MITSUBISHI UFJ

1215      

GROWING THE MARKET FOR LNG TO POWER PROJECTS THROUGH THE CONVERSION OF EXISTING LNG CARRIERS
               
Nor Aslam Khan
Director
NEWGAS PTE LTD

1245      

Networking Lunch

1400      

LNG DISTRIBUTION VESSELS TO SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Nazery Khalid
Head, Planning & Development
BOUSTEAD HEAVY INDUSTRIES CORPORATION

14:30      

FOCUSED AND EXTENDED SESSION:

JUSTIFYING SMALL LNG SHIPPING FOR INTER-ISLAND TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRIBUTION: FACTORS AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS FOR A BUSINESS CASE

Eduardo Perez
Owner and Principal Consultant
SMALL LNG SHIPPING CONSULTANTS

16:30      

End of Conference

09:00-12:00

EFFECTIVE CONVERSION AND SAFETY FOR LIGHT DUTY AND HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES

Facilitated by:

Dr. Pipon Boonchanta, Assistant Professor, KASETSART UNIVERSITY

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