The 3rd Mining Legal Conference 2019
Learn key impacts of regulatory changes in mining business
The third edition of Mining Legal Conference in Indonesia has been extensively updated to get insight key impacts of regulatory changes in range of 2018 to early 2019 to your business amid the government's target to improve the country's investment climate in effort to spur new investment in mining sector.
Indonesia has important role in global mining production. Aside as the world's largest coal exporter of thermal coal, Indonesia also contributes significantly to the supply of copper, gold, tin, bauxite and nickel to meet the rising global demand.
Despite efforts to attract new investment, the government admitted there has been limited investment in mining, particularly on exploration activities in greenfield projects in recent years despite rising trend in price of coal and mineral commodities.
Mining players argued the regulatory changes both in coal and mineral as one of main factor causing uncertainty for the mining company to make long-term investment.
As Chairman of the Indonesian Coal Mining Association (APBI) Pandu Sjahrir said that the relatively low third quarter investment data (in 2018) may probably attributed to lingering uncertainties including the realization of domestic market obligation (DMO) policy, and uncertainty over status of IUP mining business license and coal mining contracts of work.
Mining industry players are currently waiting for the long-delayed revision of the 2009 Mining Law, which has been under the hot debate in the last four years.
Miners also waiting the government's policy on regard to the sixth amendment of the GR No. 23 of 2010 on Mineral and Coal Business as legal basis for the Coal Contract of Work (CCoW) holders that would expire starting this year to convert into Special Mining Business Permit (IUPK) Production Operation.
The 3rd Mining Legal Conference would bring together noted legal practitioners and experts in mining to discuss the number of new regulations on mining sector to understand the key impacts of regulatory changes to mining sector.
Session Highlights at this Conference
Senior Foreign Counsel with Christian Teo & Partners (in association with Stephenson Harwood LLP).
Foreign Counsel of ABRN – Counselors at Law.
Foreign Legal Consultant, Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners (HHP) Law Office
Partner at tax service of Deloitte
Partner of SSEK – Indonesian Legal Consultant
Founding Partner, AKSET LAW- Natural Resources Focused Law Firm
Managing Partner of UMBRA – Strategic Legal Solutions
from Armila & Rako Law Office
General Manager Legal at PT Kaltim Prima Coal
Partner at Dentons HPRP
Indonesian Coal Observer
Executive Director of Indonesian Coal Mining Association
|8.30 - 8.50||Registration|
|9.00 - 9.10||Opening Speech from Conference Moderator, Hendra Sinadia, Executive Director of Indonesian Coal Mining Association|
|9.10 - 9.30||
Government program to ensure long-term supply of coal for domestic market under the domestic market obligation (DMO) mechanism.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ir. Muhammad Wafid A.N, M.Sc. Director for Program Supervision for Mineral and Coal at the Directorate General of Mineral and Energy - The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.
|9.30 - 10.00||
"Indonesia's New Approach to Protecting Foreign Investors in the Mining Sector – Lessons to be learnt from the 2019 Indonesia Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement"
Speaker: Bill Sullivan, Senior Foreign Counsel with Christian Teo & Partners (in association with Stephenson Harwood LLP).
|10.00 – 10.30||Coffee Break and networking|
|10.30 – 10.50||
Renewal Coal Contract of Work
Understanding regulatory framework in renewal Coal Contract of Work (CCoW) that would expire starting this year. What are regulatory framework facing conversion into Special Mining Business Permit (IUPK) Production Operation?
Speakers: Reggy Firmansyah, Senior Partner, UMBRA Strategic Legal Solutions.
|10.50 - 11.10||
Divestiture Obligation of mining firms
Exploring the implementation of Ministerial Regulation No 43/2018 on procedure for mandatory divestment of shares in coal and mineral mining companies controlled by foreign firms to Indonesian investors, and mechanism to determine the share price.
Speaker: Philip Payne, Foreign Counsel of ABRN – Counselors at Law.
|11.10 – 11.30||
New Electricity Supply Business Plan (RUPTL)
A brief legal overview on coal-fired power plant projects regulated under Ministerial Regulation No 39K/2019 on PLN's 2019-2028 Electricity Supply Business Plan (RUPTL). What are new opportunities for developing coal-fired power projects?
Speaker: Norman Bissett, Foreign Legal Consultant, Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners (HHP) Law Office
|11.30 – 11.50||
Fiscal outlook in mining firms
Exploring the Government Regulation No 37/2018 on tax and/or non-tax state revenue treatment in mineral mining business sector. How the regulation impact fiscal policy for holders of Production Operation IUPs for coal or for holders of newly issued IUPKs for coal?
Speaker: Ali Mardi, Partner at tax service of Deloitte
|11.50 - 13.00||Lunch and networking|
|13.00 -13.20||Export Proceeds
Government Regulation No 1/2019 requires proceeds from export of the country's natural resources including in mining sector to be parked at home. Failing to meet the mandatory would face sanctions from administrative sanction, export suspension, and revoking export permit. Get insight on how to comply the regulation.
Speaker: Fransiscus Rodyanto, Partner of SSEK – Indonesian Legal Consultant
|13.20 – 13.40||Online Single submission
Update online single submission in related to mining projects under the Government Regulation No. 24 of 2018 and its implementing regulations.
Speaker: Arfidea Dwi Saraswati, Founding Partner, AKSET LAW- Natural Resources Focused Law Firm
|13.40 – 14.00||Foreign investment ownership in Indonesian mining companies through capital market.
Speaker: Pramudya A. Oktavinanda, Managing Partner of UMBRA – Strategic Legal Solutions.
|14.00 – 14.20||Legal update on Indonesian Mining Bill
Understanding the latest revision of the 2009 Mining Law, which include several fiscal and non-fiscal incentives for miners committed to boosting the country's mineral and coal downstream businesses.
Speaker: Eva Armila, from Armila & Rako Law Office.
|14.20 – 14.40||Mining Downstream
Legal overview of coal downstream development industry, including coal gasification project in Indonesia. Review of policy and development. What is the role of coal in downstream industry?
Speaker: Adri Kurnia, General Manager Legal at PT Kaltim Prima Coal
|14.40 – 15.00||Coffee Break|
|15.00 – 15.20||Tender Mechanisms of new mining areas
Understanding legal framework in tender mechanisms of mining areas as the governments are expected to auction 20 mining areas this year. What are implication for existing and new mining companies?
Speaker: Hendra Ong, Partner at Dentons HPRP.
|15.20 - 16.00||Panel Discussion on DMO Policy in 2019
Understanding potential legal problems encountered in implementing domestic market obligation, including through the quota transfer.