Indonesia Oil&Gas Outlook Conference


3 July, 2019 | Shangri-La - Jakarta

Why you must attend the conference

The winning of President Joko Widodo for another five years term, now raises questions that normally emerges in the minds among energy businessman. Will there be any bold moves that is going to be taken by the President? Despite some achievements that were achieved, it is undeniable that the Indonesian upstream industry has been long abandoned. What play are we going to look now? Reserve your seat to comprehend the situation.

Common Background The entire oil and gas upstream industry now closely observes for results and effectiveness of implementation of the gross split scheme that currently reigns several Indonesian oil and gas assets. Gross split scheme, seen from fiscal perspective has similar characteristics to a royalty regime and these have been successful elsewhere in the world. However, the economics of a royalty regime may not be well suited to Indonesia's oil and gas industry where there are a large number of low-margin, high-cost fields and very capital intensive projects located in deep water frontier areas. At this point, a belief says that incentives will play significant role to the development of these assets especially greenfield ones. Other issues that came under highlight lately is a plan to implement domestic market obligation for gas, where PLN once demanded for capped price. The other is expiring contracts that are about to mature, who seek for certainty whether they will be extended or not.

This seminar is designed to exchange knowledge and policy trends among high-profile policy makers, top-tier industry players and other stakeholders, within the context of resolving those challenges for a better performance in 2019 and beyond.

This is a must-attend event to prepare for and anticipate trends for years ahead, especially after the election is done

Confirmed Speakers

Djoko Siswanto,
Director General of Oil & Gas, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources

Dharmawan Samsu,
Upstream Director, PT. Pertamina (Persero)

Tumbur Parlindungan,
President, Indonesian Petroleum Association

Solikin,
Vice President Planning and Evaluation of Primary Energy, PT PLN (Persero)

Sukarni Manan,
PT Perta Arun Gas

Jugi Prajogio,
Committee Member, BPH Migas

Aminuddin,
Director, PT Pertagas Niaga

Jeffry Hotman Simanjuntak,
CEO, PT PGN LNG

Attending Participants

  • Bryan Land - World Bank
  • Chrisanty Foresa Purba - J Power
  • CTCI Corporation
  • Cindy Kaharmen - Exxon Mobil
  • Daichi Araki - Kawasaki Gas Turbine Asia Sdn Bhd - Jakarta Rep
  • Damayanti Rini Respati - Petronas
  • Danial Murtadho - Mubadala Petroleum
  • David Ramos Herrero - Talisman Sakakemang B.V
  • Fahmi Riansyah Eka Putra - Mubadala Petroleum
  • Greg Holman - Talisman Sakakemang B.V
  • Irnawati - Embassy Of Canada
  • Jan Supriatna - Trimitra Karya Cipta
  • Joefrizal - Husky Energy
  • Pablo Sappa - Talisman Asia Ltd
  • Rahmat Pakpahan - Petroturbo Indonesia
  • Raja Petra B. Raja Mohamed
  • Reinald Dominicus - Bangkok Bank
  • Ridwan Martawidjadja - Bangkok Bank
  • Rio Sanchez - KOJO
  • Tania Irani - Exxon Mobil
  • Teresita Listyani - Talisman Asia Ltd
  • Tom Brodie - KOJO

Speakers & Rundown

09.00 - 09.35 Indonesia Oil & Gas 2019 Key Program
  • Gross split contract implementation
  • Domestic gas allocation; a review on global market situation
  • Amendment on oil and gas pricing formula; future relevance on RIM & Platts?
  • Incentives for deep-offshore exploration
  • POD approval certainty

Speaker(s):
Djoko Siswanto, Director General of Oil & Gas, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources
10.15 - 10.55 Pertamina in The Future – Bracing The Challenges
  • Strategic work plan on Pertamina’s current upstream assets
  • Cooperation program in managing the old blocks

Speaker(s):
Dharmawan Samsu, Upstream Director, PT. Pertamina (Persero)
10.55 - 11.25 PANEL DISCUSSION
Indonesia Oil and Gas Upstream Business; Views from the Players
  • Gross split & PSC; significantly different enough?
  • Exploration challenges and production outlook

Speaker(s):
- Tumbur Parlindungan, President, Indonesian Petroleum Association
11.25 - 12.35 PLN Gas Needs for the Next 5 Years
  • PLN gas and LNG infrastructure outlook
  • Better for PLN import to LNG?

Speaker(s):
Solikin, Vice President Planning and Evaluation of Primary Energy, PT PLN (Persero)
12.25 – 13.00 Lunch break
13.00 - 14.10 Gas Infrastructure in Indonesia
  • Gas infrastructure development program
  • LNG for household and retail gas market

Speaker(s):
Jugi Prajogio, Committee Member, BPH Migas
Arun's Role in Sumatera Gas-LNG Market
  • How Arun facilities transform Sumatera Gas landscape
  • Potential market for Arun facilities

Speaker(s):
Sukarni Manan, PT Perta Arun Gas
14:10 - 14:40 PLN Gas & Geothermal Development Plan
  • Gas infrastructure development program
  • LNG for household and retail gas market

Speaker(s):
M. Riza Affiandi, CEO, PLN Gas & Geothermal
14:40 - 15:55 Gas-LNG Market in Indonesia: Potential & Challenges
  • LNG business for retails and the power sector
  • Logistics scheme & challenges on LNG deliverence

Speaker(s):
Aminuddin, Director of Finance & General Affairs, PT Pertagas Niaga
The Future of FSRU in Indonesia
  • LNG storage for power generation; outlook & challenges
  • The future of FSRU in Java

Speaker(s):
Jeffry Hotman Simanjuntak, President Director, PT. PGN LNG

Date and Venue


Wednesday, 3 July, 2019
Shangri-La - Jakarta

Investment


USD800,-* / Participant

*) Including Conferece Materials, Coffee Breaks, Luncheon.

*) Cancellation Fee : 7 days before the event : 80%

Further Information


Telephone : +62-21-2245-7952
Email: [email protected]

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