Day 1
Wednesday 12th
July 2017
Day 2
Thursday 13th
July 2017
Day 3
Friday 14th
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 - 12:10pm
Keynote and Leadership Plenary Session
10:30am - 10:40am
Chairman’s Opening Address
10:40am - 11:00am
Keynote Address by Key Sponsor
11:00am - 12:30pm
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
- Updates on natural gas governance to State Owned Enterprises – Who’s securing gas supplies and exports, upcoming and planned gas and LNG infrastructure developments by SOEs - Perspective from the Ministry of State Owned Enterprise
- 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
12:30pm - 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
SKK Migas
3:30pm - 3:40pm
Closing Remarks by Chairperson Day 1
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Opening Networking Reception
Day 2
9:00am - 9:10am
Welcome and Debrief from Day One by Chairman
9:10am - 9:30am
Keynote Address by Key Sponsor
9:30am - 10:50am
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
Division Head, Strategic Management
PetroRaya Resources
Managing Director
10:50am - 11:00am
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?
11:00am - 11:20am
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
11:20am - 12:40pm
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
Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), PT
Head of Oil & Gas Division
Wood Mackenzie
Senior Expert – Gas & Power
Medco Power Generation Indonesia, PT
President Director
12:40pm - 12:50pm
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.
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Networking Lunch
1:50pm - 3:10pm
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
3:10pm - 3:20pm
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?
3:20pm - 3:40pm
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
3:40pm - 5:00pm
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
Osaka Gas Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Vice President
K&L Gates LLP
5:00pm - 5:10pm
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.
5:10pm - 5:20pm
Closing Remarks by Day 2 Chairman
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
Head - Advanced Research & Development Unit
Norconsult AS
Vice President Business Development
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
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
- What are the technological breakthrough in vessel design that will reduce cost of distribution?
- 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
Anglo Euro Energi Indonesia, PT
President Director
newGAS Pte. Ltd.
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
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
Day 3
8:00am - 8:10am
Chairman’s Opening Address
8:10am - 8:30am
Keynote Address by Key Sponsor of Investment Forum
8:30am - 10:10am
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
PT Pertagas Niaga (Subsidary of Pertamina)
General Manager LNG
Poten & Partners Australia Pty Ltd
Upstream & LNG Advisor
Société Générale
Managing Director, Head of Energy and Infrastructure – Asia Pacific
10:10am - 10:20am
Outlook: Q&A Panel
10:20am - 10:50am
Networking Tea & Coffee Break
10:50am - 12:10pm
Connecting the Dots: Partnering with Indonesian Key Stakeholders
- Policies, legislations and regulations: What regional and international players should take note of in order to do business in Indonesia? A perspective from SKK Migas (Upstream – Exploration and production) and BPH Migas (Downstream – Processing, transport, storage and commerce)
- Finance and investment for infrastructure: Administration of investments in Indonesia – A perspective from a regional bank and BKPM on Law No. 25/20
- PPP and multilateral agreements: Understanding Indonesia’s PPP and how it could support infrastructure developments
- Local content: Priority for local manpower and local products/services and what internationals should be mindful of to penetrate into the Indonesian market
- Service companies: Facilitating your entry into Indonesia – How-to’s and ways to penetrate Indonesian market and being competitive to win a project
- Operating in Indonesia: Appointing an agent / distributor / importer to kick start your business in Indonesia – Why is it important? What are your other options?
12:10pm - 12:30pm
Connecting the Dots: Q&A Panel
12:30pm - 1:00pm
Speed Networking Session
Delegates are encouraged to network and discuss business ideas/services with local agents and key associations during this session. Key delegation from the regional and international sector will be invited to the investment forum.
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Networking Lunch
2:00pm - 2:10pm
Chairperson’s Review of GIS 2017 Conference
2:10pm - 3:10pm
Closing Panel: Review of Key Stakeholders Assessment of Advancing Indonesia’s Gas & LNG Projects and Operations
- Government – Policies and regulation in place to ensure gas as a dominant fuel by 2020
- SOEs – Gas aggregator role, gas supplies as well as planned infrastructure developments
- Power tender – Feasibility and longevity of 35,000MW program, ensuring sustainable gas supply
- International participation – Increasing global participation through transparency and structured administration of stakeholders in each value chain
- Finance and Investment – What needs to happen to encourage more investors to Indonesia’s masterplan of increasing more gas infrastructure
- Operators and EPCs – Optimising supply chain distribution
3:10pm - 3:30pm
Closing Panel: Q&A Panel
3:30pm - 3:40pm
Summary and Closing Remarks by Chairperson
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Closing Networking Reception