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2013 Indonesia Independent Power Producer (IPP) Conference

2013 Indonesia Independent Power Producer (IPP) Conference


CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Jarman, Director General of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources

Gultom Gushka, Directorate of Coal Business Utilization of Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources

Jan Bartak, GDF Suez Indonesia

Adrian Lembong, Director of Adaro Power

Kaz Tanaka, President Director of DH Energy

Rudy Halim, President Director of PT DSSP Power Sumsel

Eddy Satria, Coordinating Ministry for Economics Republic of Indonesia

Alex Smillie, Vice President, PT Star Energy

And Many More


Tuesday - Wednesday, June 25 - 27, 2013
Shangri-La Hotel - Jakarta


Investment

Rp 20.000.000,- per person.

(including post conference workshop, materials, Coffee Breaks, and lunch)


JUNE
2013
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Conference background

Building a scheme to power Indonesia

With an electrification ratio of 75 percent in 2012, Indonesia has one of the lowest electrification ratios for comparable economies, according to the World Bank. The Bank estimates around 90 million people in Indonesia still do not have access to electricity.

Indonesian electricity consumption has been growing at 7-9 percent over the past decade, while the installed capacity only grew at a mere 4 percent. The capacity growth, about five years ago was still contributed by thousands of stand-by generators rather than new major power plants.

With most economists projecting Indonesia to be able to weather the current global economic crisis better than many other countries, the growth in power demand is expected to continue. There are thus huge investment opportunities in Indonesian power sector.

This two-day seminar is specifically designed to give investors and stakeholders clear direction of the government's policies to push forward the IPP scheme, PLN's detailed plan on the location and timing of each proposed IPP and for government and PLN to hear investors' perspective on the project development.

This is certainly an opportunity all stakeholders, investors would not be willing to miss.

AGENDA

Day 1: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Moderator: Bambang Praptono, PLN Director of Planning and Technology (2009-2011)
08.00 - 09.00 : Registration
09.00 - 10.00 : Roadmap of Indonesia Electricity Sector; Government's Perspectives and Targets
  • Defining the new RUKN 2012-2031 & RUPTL 2012-2021
  • The role of the upcoming HVDC for Java-Sumatera power market
    • HVDC; its grand design, development, and challenges
  • Upcoming regulations for IPPs
    • Upcoming policies to prop up renewables sector
  • Updates from 2nd Fast Track Program (FTP)
Speaker:
Jarman, Director General of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
10.00 - 10.40 : PLN's Upcoming Plan; Priority Development
  • Java-Bali demand; pacing with the growth
  • Transmission development program
    • Sumatera, Kalimantan, and Eastern networks development plan
  • PLN's expectation on IPP to achieving the best power supply postures
  • Coal Fired Power Plants in Sumatera
    • Progress and updates on Mine Mouth Sumsel 1-8 Project
  • Updates on tender Mine Mouth 9 & 10
Speaker:
Murtaqi Syamsuddin, Director of Planning and Risk Management PLN
    Break
10.40 - 12.00 : The Future of Conventional Coal Fired Power Plants (CFPP)
  • Scaling conventional CFPP toward current coal market climate
  • Understanding PLN's-CFPP Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)
    • PLN's preferences on future PPA. Determining aspects for schemes and tariff negotiation
  • Challenges in building new CFPP
    • Land acquisition problem
    • Financing and environment obstacles
Speaker:
Heru dewanto, Director PT Cirebon Electric Power
    Lunch
13.20 - 14.00 : Coal Pricing Mechanism and Regulations for Mine Mouth Power Plant
  • Definition of mine mouth power plants
  • Coal price for mine mouth PP, regulations and schemes applied
    • Definition of low rank coal used for mine mouth PP
    • Coal price determination if calorific value > 3000 Kcal/Kg
    • Coal price determination if calorifric value < 3000 Kcal/Kg
    • Royalty calculation
  • "Production cost + 25 % margin" schemes
  • Legal Issue: Should coal miner and power plant owner be the same entity?
  • Is coal miner supplying to mine mouth PP subject to DMO policy?
Speaker:
Gultom Gushka, Directorate of Coal Business Utilization of Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
14.00 - 14.30 : Developing Mine Mouth Power Plant: Issues and Challenges
  • Obstacles in financing for mine mouth power plant
    • Profitabilty scrutiny on mine mouth project
      • The structure of PPA and its influence
      • Optimum selling price
    • Construction challenges
      • Land acquisition problem
      • Local government involvement
Speakers:
Kaz Tanaka, President Director DH Energy
Rudy Halim, President Director PT DSSP Power Sumsel
14.30 - 15.15 : Planning, Analysis and Design of Indonesia's Power Project
  • Characteristics of Indonesia power project
    • Differentiating factors of Indonesia power project
    • Issues on power generation procurement and development
  • Maximizing power project's deliverance efficiency
    • Main challenges in constructing current power project
Speaker
Tony Frampton, SNC Lavalin
14.30 - 15.15 : Geothermal's Prospect After Feed in Tariff Regulation
  • Incentives for geothermal, a game changing policy?
    • Understanding Feed in Tariff for geothermal projects
  • Obtaining forest usage permit
    • Ministry of Forestry approval for geothermal project
    • What to do to get licenses in protected forest?
  • Coping with involvement of regional/regency government
Speaker
Alex Smillie, Vice President, PT Star Energy
    Break
15.45 - 16.00 : Forest Permit for Geothermal Projects
  • Classification of forests in Indonesia and its implication
  • Technical requirements to get Forest Permit
    • Data and qualifications must be submited
  • Administration requirements and time allocation
    • Tenure of forest permits
    • Land replacement calculation
Speaker:
Ir. Bambang Dahono Adji, MM, M.Si.,
Director of Conservation Areas & Protected Forest Management, Ministry of Forestry
16.00 - 16.30 : Understanding Government Incentives; What are they?
  • Business Viability Guarantee (BVGL)
    • What is BVGL
    • Procedures and requirements to obtain BVGL
    • What BVGL bring to a project?
  • Project criteria eligibility
    • Type of plants that managed to be guaranteed
    • Terms of a guarantee
  • Differentiating factors between IIGF's gurantee and BVGL
Speaker:
Arisia A. Pusponegoro,
Partner at Lubis, Ganie, and Surowidjojo Law Firm
Day 2: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Moderator: Bambang Praptono, PLN Director of Planning and Technology (2009-2011)
08.00 - 09.00 : Registration
09.00 - 10.40 : Bankability of Power Project – Postures of Indonesia Power Sector in Finance Perspectives
  • Bankability of a project?
    • Factors of consideration for banks in valuating a project
    • Financial risk of a project
  • Financial risk of a project
    • Risks of PLN financial postures
    • Mitigation over dynamic changing of law and regulations
Speakers:
Jan Bartak, CEO GDF Suez Indonesia
10.25 - 11.15 : Drafted regulation on fly ash and bottom ash: Ministry of Environment explanation
  • Fly ash and bottom ash as hazardous waste?
    • Classification list of hazardous waste
  • New classifition for fly ash and bottom ash
    • Treatment method
    • Approval and certification
Speakers:
Masnellyarti Hilman, Head Deputy in the Ministry of Environment for Hazardous Waste treatment
10.25 - 11.15 : Low rank coal utilization for power generation; coal dryer technology
  • Steam tube dryer technology
    • The cconomics of coal dryer technology for Indonesia's low rank coal
    • Operation of STD technology in Indonesia
  • Optimization output from STD for low rank coal fired power plant
    • Energy saving efficiency
Speakers:
Tsukishima Kikai (TSK)
    Break
10.25 - 11.15 : National planning on Indonesia electricity sector
  • National planning on Indonesia power generation
    • Regional development
    • Upcoming policies to prop reneweables up
  • Future planning on national electricity power generation mix
Speakers:
Jadhie J. Ardajat, Director of Electricity, Telecommunication and Informatics at National Planning Bureau (Bappenas)
10.25 - 11.15 : Government Guarantee for Power Plant Projects; Procedures and Standards
  • What government guarantee brings to a project
    • PMK 139 Regarding government guarantee on power plant projects; what does it guarantee?
    • Dealing with risks over political turbulance and PLN financial condition
    • Overcoming the rising political risks in central and regional governments.
The Role of IIGF in Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Schemes
  • What is PPP scheme?
    • Procedures and requirements for a project to be considered under PPP scheme
    • What and how PPP projects can be guarantee? What does the guarantee covers?
    • Advantages of PPP scheme
  • Roles of Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund (IIGF) in PPP projects, especially power plant?
    • How IIGF guarantee may increase project creditworthiness?
Speakers:
Adrian Lembong, Director of Adaro Power
11.15 - 12.30 : The Importance of Local Government's Support for Project Success
  • Managing social issues around the project
  • Involvement of local government in power project
    • Obtaining community approval
    • Local communities engagement for project's long term sustainability
  • Managing regional issues on environment and social dynamics
Speaker:
Fazil Erwin Alfitri, President Director of PT Medco Power Indonesia
    Lunch
13.40 - 14.10 : Medium-Small Power Plant Financing Consideration
  • Bankability small-scale PP project
    • Factors of consideration for banks in valuating a project
    • Financial risk of a project
  • Investment criteria of a project
    • Financial risk of small-medium scale project
    • Mitigation over dynamic changing of law and regulations
  • Market potentiality of medium PP in Indonesia
Speaker:
Didiek Hartantyo, Executive VP Corporate Banking, Bank Mandiri
14.10 - 14.40 : Hydro Power Plants in Indonesia
  • Tapping Indonesia hydro energy resources
    • Potentiality of Indonesia hydro power
  • Challenges in developing hydro project in Eastern region
  • Local support significance for project success
  • Financing hydro power project
  • Regulations related to new hydro projects in forest area
Speaker:
Knut Fossum, KF Gruppen AS/PT Sulawesi Mini Hydro Power
14.10 - 14.40 : Geothermal in Indonesia; understanding business scheme today
  • Geothermal business today; what are the differences?
  • Characteristics of geothermal power generation
  • Incentives for geothermal, a game changing policy?
    • Feed in Tariff policy
Speaker:
Knut Fossum, KF Gruppen AS/PT Sulawesi Mini Hydro Power
    Break
14.40 - 15.30 : What MP3EI's will bring Indonesia Electricity Development
  • Masterplan of basic infrastructre planning across Indonesia
    • Power network development
    • Fundamentals to support power sector needs
  • The significance of MP3EI for Indonesia's power needs
Speaker:
Eddy Satria,
Coordinating Ministry for Economics Republic of Indonesia
Panel Session
15.30 - 16.15 : Indonesia's Energy and Electricity Demand, a Forecast on Indonesian Power Investment Climate
  • Addressing regional energy efficiency needs
  • Significant gas findings impact toward government energy policy in the future
  • Implementation of Indonesia energy mix policy
  • Development of CBM, LNG, and shale gas utilization for power generation
  • Global fluctuation's impact toward Indonesia's economy
Panelist:
Didiek Hartantyo, Executive VP Corporate Banking, Bank Mandiri
Raden Pardede, Director, CReco Consulting
Adrian Lembong, Director of Adaro Power

 

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