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Webinar on coal downstream

Indonesia Coal Downstream outlook – Where to go?

By : CoalAsia & IMEF

Background

The government is encouraging the country’s coal miners to transform their coal business into downstream industry in a bid to help expand domestic demand for coal commodity and generating greater added value.

Currently, most of the country’s annual coal production is going export with only about 20 percent used in domestic market.

Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Arifin Tasrif said that a number of technologies aimed to upgrade and process the country’s low rank coal reserve into products with greater added value are now economically feasible.

Mining Law No. 3/2020 requires the holders of production operation of IUPs/IUPKs are required to carry out domestic “Development and /or Utilization of Coal”, which is defined as increasing the quality of coal with or without changing the original physical or chemical nature of the coal.

Coal & Mineral Asia Magazine and Indonesian Mining and Energy Forum (IMEF) would jointly organize the webinar to discuss the future of coal downstream industry and impact to the country’s coal industry development.

The webinar would discuss
  • Government policy on coal downstream industry and appetite for investment opportunities in Indonesia
  • Law No 3/2020 on future of coal downstream industry and CCoW extension, in the form of continuation IUPKs for coal.
  • Key project financing for coal downstream industry in Indonesia – Banking’s perspective.
  • Who is investing and why? Investors’ perspective on the outlook for downstream industry.
Program
14.00 Introduction and opening remarks

Hendra Sinadia, Director of Indonesian Coal Mining Association (ICMA).
14.00 Government policy on coal downstream industry and investment opportunities in Indonesia

Keynote Speaker: Prof Irwandy Arif, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources’ Special Staff for Mineral and Coal Governance
14.10 Understanding Law No 3/2020 on the future of coal downstream industry and CCoW extension, in the form of continuation IUPKs for coal.

Speaker: Bill Sullivan, Senior Foreign Counsel with Christian Teo & Partners and Senior Adviser to Stephenson Harwood LLP.
14.20 Key project financing for coal downstream industry in Indonesia – Banking’s perspective.

Speaker: Dendi Ramdani, Department Head Industry & Regional Research PT Bank Mandiri Tbk.
14.30 Boosting the Coal Added-Value, Where to Go?

Speaker: Singgih Widagdo, Chairman of Indonesian Mining and Energy Forum (IMEF).
14.40 Investors Perspective on the future of Coal downstream industry – What investors are seeking in investing in coal downstream sector? (In Bahasa Indonesia)

Speaker:
  • Fuad I.Z Fachroeddin, Director of Business Development of PT Bukit Asam Tbk.
  • Tria Suprajeni, Director of Business Development PT Megah Energi Khatulistiwa (MEK)
15.05 – 15.30 Q&A Session

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Day/Date

Thursday, November 5, 2020
14.00 – 15.30 Jakarta Time


Format

Webinar Virtual


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