March 1-4 2016 @ Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta

About the conference

Indonesia – being the world’s third largest LNG exporter will begin importing LNG in 2018 to prop up domestic demand, notably for the power generation sector. One upcoming and important sector that will eventually contribute to the LNG play will be the shipping and maritime sector. The ever increasing shipping traffic will inevitable increase fuel usage. In the long term, LNG will be deemed to be a sustainable and cleaner fuel source for ship owners, operators and end users. LNG as a fuel has proven to eventually be more economic, environment friendly, and a greater stock than oil. A change from oil based fuel into LNG for shipping would come up as solution to reduce freight cost, since cost of fuels play a significant part on freight cost. With this, LNG – notably for the downstream and transportation – will have bright commercial prospects and will act as the promising alternative fuels that will change the face of the shipping industry.

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Tuesday | 1 March 2016 | 09:00 - 17:00

COMPREHENSIVE 2-DAY TRAINING ON SMALL LNG SHIPPING:

Objective:

Present market and opportunities – notably for Indonesia and South East Asia. Theory and practical cases to be discussed and to define a complete small LNG supply chain.

Understanding the small LNG supply chain and shipping aspects of a project

Small LNG shipping technologies economics, evaluation and cost

Recent developments in the small scale LNG shipping sector:
o Type C tanks and petchem Ship Owners
o Multi-product carriers
o Shale gas
o LNG as fuel
o Advances in design bring new flexibility at load and disports.

Tank capacities, ship capacities, demand and seasonality

Key success factors for leading players:
o Multiproduct carriers
o Building against long term T/C contracts
o Controlled risk

New carriers in the market and opportunities in Asia

South East Asia’s demand, geographical make-up and suitability of small LNG shipping

LNG infrastructure to support small scale LNG shipping and distribution:
o Hubs and receiving terminals as market facilitators
o Singapore LNG terminal
o South China Sea carries 50% of the world LNG
o Major producers in the area

Global fleet of small LNG ships and availability

Chartering small LNG ships

Small LNG shipping contracts and project structure
o Types of contracts: Spot, CoA, T/C
o Legal implications of each one

Small FSRUs and its applicability to support small scale shipping value chain
o FSRUs, FSUs and FLNGs

 

 

Wednesday | 2 March 2016

COMPREHENSIVE 2-DAY TRAINING ON SMALL LNG SHIPPING:

Objective:

Full day exercise on the second day, covering everything related to small LNG shipping – including economics, number crunching and related calculations down to the last details. Contracts will also be thoroughly discussed.

 

Complete on-hands exercise:
o Supply chain design in South East Asia
o Costs calculations
o Logistics alternatives
o Applicable contracts
o Sample contract design and negotiations

Thursday | 3 March 2016

PROPOSED ROUNDTABLE FORUM DAY ONE

 

09:00
Welcome Remark

09:15
OPENING REMARKS: SUPPORTING AND HARMONIZING REGULATIONS FOR LNG VESSELS, SHIPPING AND PORTS

Dr. Haposan Napitupulu, Expert Staff - Energy
COORDINATING MINISTRY FOR MARITIME AFFAIRS

09:30
GAS ALLOCATION FOR SHIPPING INDUSTRY
Dr. Ir I Gusti Nyoman Wiratmaja Puja, Director General
DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR OIL AND GAS

10:00               
REGULATIONS FOR LNG VESSELS – CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Capt Sahattua P. Simatupang, Head of Tanjung Priok Port
DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR SEA TRANSPORTATION

 

10:30               
Networking Coffee Break

11:00               
NATURAL GAS SUPPLY, INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILIZATION TO DOMESTIC INDUSTRIES AND MARITIME

Jugi Prajogio, President Director
PT PERTAMINA GAS NIAGA

11:30               
CLASSIFYING LNG VESSEL AND FLOATING EQUIPMENT IN INDONESIA
Rudiyanto, President Director
PT. BIRO KLASIFIKASI INDONESIA

12:00              
SMALL SCALE LNG CARRIERS FOR DISTRIBUTION IN INDONESIA   
 
Stephane Maillard , General Manager
GTTSEA PTE LTD

 

12:30              
Networking Lunch

14:00

INTEGRATING SMALL LNG SHIPPING AND INFRASTRUCTURE VALUE CHAIN FOR INDONESIA
Theo Lekatompessy, President Director
PT HUMPUS INTERMODA TRANSPORTASI

14:30

INTEGRATED LNG PROPULSION SYSTEMS FOR EFFICIENCY
Richard Bowcutt, Senior Vice President – Asia Pacic, Commercial Marine
ROLLS ROYCE

15:00

EFFECTIVE LNG BROKERING VALUE CHAIN: RECEIVING, RELOADING FOR RETAIL AND SMALL SCALE DISTRIBUTION TO END USERS
Norio Hatanaka, General Manager
OSAKA GAS

 

15:30              
Networking Coffee Break

16:00               
EFFECTIVE SMALL SCALE LNG TECHNOLOGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE FOR INDONESIA
Rochman Goswami, Managing Director – Asia, Oil & Gas
BLACK & VEATCH

16:30             
SMALL SCALE LNG SHIPS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Yeong Wai Seng, Senior Project Manager - Business Development
KEPPEL SINGMARINE PTE LTD

17:00               
TAILORING AND IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE SMALL SCALE LNG SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR INDONESIA

William Aw, Managing Director
BUKIT SEDAP PTE LTD

 

17:30
End of Forum Day One & Networking Drinks

 

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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