Gas Indonesia Summit 2017

Themed “Advancing Indonesia’s gas & LNG industry”, GIS 2017 will provide crucial market updates on PLN’s power tender, what are the map of opportunities for small to large scale infrastructure development from the upstream to the downstream gas and LNG sector in Indonesia, as well as updates on Indonesia’s revision to 2015 gas regulation.

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Day 1
Wednesday 12th
July 2017
Day 2
Thursday 13th
July 2017
Day 1
Opening Plenary
9:00am - 10:00am
Opening Ceremony
9:00am - 9:05am
Welcome Remarks & Announcement of Government Official’s Arrival
9:05am - 9:10am
Arrival of Government Official and National Anthem
9:10am - 9:20am
Welcome and Opening by Organiser
9:20am - 9:40am
Opening Keynote Address by Government Official
9:40am - 10:00am
Traditional Performances (Indonesian Dance + Gong)
10:00am - 10:30am
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
10:30am - 12:30pm
Keynote and Leadership Plenary Session
10:30am - 10:40am
Chairman’s Opening Address
10:40am - 11:00am
Keynote Address by Key Sponsor
11:00am - 12:10pm
Plenary 1: Government and Key Stakeholders’ Outlook on Advancing Indonesia’s Gas & LNG Projects and Operations
- Regulations in place to develop Indonesian gas market with the intent of increasing gas utilisation – How to develop gas market and take advantage of current low gas price - Perspective from the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources
- Follow-up on government’s initiative to reduce oil subsidy for more allocation of funds for gas infrastructure projects - Perspective from the Ministry of Finance
- Gas in Indonesia’s energy mix – Policies in place to overtake long-term use of coal and oil for power generation and industrial usage – Perspective from the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs
- Expectations on Indonesia gas market, where and how to get there – Perspective from the Ministry of Industry
- 10 year roadmap by respective Indonesian Ministries – Plans and expectations
12:10pm - 12:30pm
Plenary 1: Panel Discussion
12:30pm - 12:45pm
Official Opening of Exhibition – Ribbon-cutting Ceremony
12:45pm - 1:00pm
Exhibition Tour with Government Official
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Networking Lunch
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Governmental Session: Forging Ahead in the Natural Gas Market in Asia
- This session will feature *key Government Officials in Asia that will present strategic regulations and policies in place in their country which can be used as a benchmark to increase gas usage and encouraging more gas and LNG infrastructure developments.
*Key Government Officials from Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, China, India and/or Australia
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Director Petroleum and Natural Gas Division
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
4:00pm - 5:40pm
Outlook: Developing LNG Infrastructure in Indonesia – Investment Opportunities
- Types of gas and LNG infrastructure project opportunities as Indonesia begins
import in 2019 – Pipeline, liquefaction, regasification and transportation
- Identifying what are the incentives for upstream activities as national resources
depletes due to lack of infrastructure
- Giving financiers’ confidence in investment – What will solidify their decision
making process
- LNG small-scale for domestic market in Indonesia
- The role of fiscal terms in the development of Indonesia’s gas resources
- Financing LNG infrastructure in Indonesia
Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
Vice President, Investment
PwC Consulting Indonesia
Partner
PT Pertagas Niaga (Subsidary of Pertamina)
Vice President Gas Commercial Java
Poten & Partners Australia Pty Ltd
Upstream & LNG Advisor
Société Générale
Managing Director, Head of Energy and Infrastructure – Asia Pacific
5:40pm - 5:50pm
Outlook: Q&A Panel
5:50pm - 6:00pm
Closing Remarks by Chairperson Day 1
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Opening Networking Reception
Day 2
Commercial
9:00am - 9:10am
Welcome and Debrief from Day One by Chairman
9:10am - 9:30am
Keynote Address
Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC)
President
9:30am - 11:10am
Commercial 1: Map of Opportunities for the Gas & LNG Value Chain
- Developments of Indonesia’s gas & LNG infrastructure roadmap as the masterplan for value-chain growths to support National Gas Balance – What is needed to support domestic gas demand
- Updates on oil, coal and gas statistics – Import and export now and future projections
- Constructions and tenders for major upstream gas projects and upgrades – Progress and milestone
- Developments of import facilities as Indonesia transitions from a net exporter to a net importer - Plans and developments for FSRU and regasification facilities
- Examining the gaps in between gas supply and demand in Indonesia – Priority for infrastructure development and weighing of the value of opportunity
- Gas utilization profiles at the manufacturing sector
Pertamina (Persero), PT
Vice President LNG
Perusahaan Gas Negara
Group Head of Marketing
PetroRaya Resources
Managing Director
Cheniere Energy
Director Origination
11:10am - 11:25am
Commercial 1: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on how to maximize gas & LNG opportunities in Indonesia – moving forward. Government of Indonesia on COP 2021 – has the government implemented any policy to reduce coal to power in the region and what would be the cap for coal after 2025?
SNC-Lavalin
Global Business Development Director
11:25am - 11:45am
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
11:45am - 1:05pm
Commercial 2: Market Updates on PLN’s 35,000MW Program
- National and IPPs perspective on fuel availability, funding for infrastructure developments and tender process
- Project feasibility require to secure long-term LNG supply for 35,000MW development
- Update on PLN’s tender for supply, shipping and regasification of LNG to power facilities – Where are we now?
- Fuel availability – Domestic versus import for long-term power supply – Projections
- Where is Indonesia going to get its gas to power its electricity ambitions? Is US
LNG the answer?
Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), PT
Head of Oil & Gas Division
Wood Mackenzie
Senior Expert – Gas & Power
Medco Power Generation Indonesia, PT
President Director
Texas LNG
CEO and Founder
1:05pm - 1:15pm
Commercial 2: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on how PLN tenders are being awarded and what locals and internationals stakeholders should take note of to be considered especially with the merge of Indonesia’s SOE into a Holding Company. What are the solutions to speed up and overcome difficulties through financing, technology and relationships with local partners of 35GW project?
1:15pm - 2:15pm
Networking Lunch
2:15pm - 3:55pm
Commercial 3: Driving Indonesia’s Push to Transition to Gas as An Energy Resource – Gas Pricing and Gas Aggregator Update
- Updates on government’s implementation for gas pricing regulation for the power, household and transportation sector
- Updates on electrical market price and regulatory price
- Establishment of Badan Penyangga Gas (BPG) – Government’s update on the next gas aggregator
- Impact of global oil prices on gas and LNG import and export trade in Indonesia
- LNG pricing formula – Linkage to oil prices?
- Indonesia’s plans for LNG as a transport fuel for the mining and smelter industry - Marine, trucks and trains
- Recent trends in long-term International LNG Pricing
- Singapore Sling - A gas-on-gas pricing solution for LNG
- Small scale LNG and LNG bunkering – Opportunities & challenges
SKK Migas
Vice President of Gas Commercialization
The Energy Contract Company Ltd
Director and Managing Partner
Singapore Exchange (SGX)
Vice President
Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd
Director, Commercial
Risco Energy
Managing Director
3:55pm - 4:05pm
Commercial 3: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on the impact of a newly established Indonesian gas aggregator role on gas pricing as well as preferred gas pricing solutions. Will gas be priced at a flat rate
in Indonesia?
4:05pm - 4:25pm
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
4:25pm - 5:45pm
Commercial 4: Aligning Key Stakeholders to Support Gas Sector Growth
- Ways to reinforce synergy between State Owned Enterprises, Public-Private Partnerships and international cooperation for future gas growth
- Building on human capital and local content development through transfer of technology and national industry participation
- Aligning policies and regulations for the transition to a low-carbon economy
- Attracting international stakeholders to participate in regional gas and LNG projects through a structured and transparent administration
- Government policy to impose domestic financier’s involvement in financing LNG project in Indonesia
- New emissions regulations indicate rise of LNG as marine fuel in Asia
- Aligning key stakeholders for Indonesia’s first integrated captive power and LNG terminal
- The competitiveness of the Indonesian Domestic Gas Market in the region
Osaka Gas Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Vice President
K&L Gates LLP
Partner
Energi Nusantara Merah Putih, PT
President Director and Chief Executive
TOTAL E&P Indonesie
Head of Export and Domestic Gas Sales Department
5:45pm - 5:55pm
Commercial 4: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on how to move forward with the developments of key Indonesian projects involving all stakeholders for a project. What to be mindful off when working with local authorities/players.
SNC-Lavalin
Global Business Development Director
5:55pm - 6:00pm
Closing Remarks by Day 2 Chairman
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Closing Networking Reception
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Technical
9:00am - 9:10am
Welcome and Debrief from Day One by Chairman Day 2
9:10am - 9:30am
Keynote Address by Key Sponsor
9:30am - 10:50am
Technical 1: Small-scale LNG Supply Chain Optimisation
- Key approach for small-scale LNG developments – Ensuring cost efficiency and maximum delivery
- Modelling LNG value chain – Ensuring economies of scale
- Optimising small-scale liquefaction plants through modular and standardize systems – A case study
- Enhancing small-scale supply chain distribution and reducing capital expenditure - Technology and processes
- LNG storage alternatives - Experience from Scandinavia
- Small and mid-scale LNG FSRU’s– Innovative solutions to access new LNG supply markets
- Logistic and technical considerations in implementing an LNG project in remote locations – Case study on Kerendan gas field
AG&P
Head - Advanced Research & Development Unit
TGE Marine Gas Engineering GmbH
Executive Director, Business Development & Sales
Ophir Energy Indonesia
Senior Manager, Operations and Development
10:50am - 11:00am
Technical 1: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on ways to align the technical, commercial, political and practical issues for small-scale LNG developments.
11:00am - 11:20am
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
11:20am - 12:40pm
Technical 2: LNG Asset Management and Maintenance
- Maintenance strategy for onshore and offshore facilities
- Improving operational practices of existing assets
- Areas to consider to revitalise existing assets – Risk assessment model
- Case study on LNG life estimation – How, method and analysis
- Ways to get more out of mature assets
- FGSS (Fuel Gas Supply System) operation interfaced with engine simulator
- How Benchmarking improves LNG terminal asset management performance: A case study from Europe
- Case study of effective drilling HSE management for working together in a contract environment
- End user proposition for connected power assets
DongHwa Entec Co Ltd
President
Juran Benchmarking
Executive Vice President and Managing Director
Kuwait Oil Company (KOC)
Specialist (Environment), HSE (D&T), Technical Support Group
Osaka Gas Co., Ltd
General Manager Business Strategy Team, Planning Dept. LNG Terminal & Power Generation Business Unit
12:40pm - 12:50pm
Technical 2: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on how to optimise maintenance strategies at a strategic and operational level as well as technical and commercial models of extending asset life. What works for Indonesia and is it cost efficient?
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Networking Lunch
1:50pm - 3:10pm
Technical 3: Small-Scale Producers Accessing Large-scale Markets and Vice Versa as well as Approach to Reduce Cost of Distribution
- How large-scale plants can leverage on smaller-scale fuel distribution (trucks, bunkers) and small-scale producers accessing large markets
- Break-bulk shipping operations for smaller-scale shipments
- Design aspect of small-scale LNG and bunkering vessels with related technology
- New developments for power generation in remote areas: GBS and floating
power plants
- Growing the market for small scale LNG terminal projects through the conversion of existing LNGCs
- Lowering the cost of energy to industry – Modular plant solutions
Gaztransport & Technigaz – GTTSEA Pte Ltd
General Manager
PT. Anglo Euro Energi Indonesia
President Director
newGAS Pte. Ltd.
Director
Honeywell UOP
Sales Director for Gas Processing & Hydrogen
3:10pm - 3:20pm
Technical 3: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on pathways to move from large scale to internal infrastructure for small scale projects – what is key? How to raise funds for LNG cargoes and CAPEX?
3:20pm - 3:40pm
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
3:40pm - 5:00pm
Technical 4: EPC of FLNG and FSRU Projects
- Technical challenges of FLNG development – Overcoming uncertainties
- Construction and integration of FLNG and FSRU projects – Ways forward
- What technology and innovation has impacted offshore new terminal developments and expansion projects in Indonesia?
- Case Study: Maximising gas & electricity production and return on investment with the right technology
- Innovative use of a proven gas export system to reduce LNG FSRU project implementation time
- Technical and commercial structure of FSRU project delivery
BW LNG
Head of West Asia, Middle East and West Africa, Gas Solutions
HR Wallingford
Technical Director
5:00pm - 5:10pm
Technical 4: Q&A Panel
Q&A Panel on ways to provide technical and commercial superiority to be awarded an EPC contract over competitors in Indonesia.
5:10pm - 5:20pm
Closing Remarks by Day 2 Chairman
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Closing Networking Reception