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The 7th Coal Buyers and Producers Meeting 2019

Held in conjunction with:

2nd Mining Infrastructure, Logistic & Technology Expo

Background

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources reported a significant increase of the country's coal reserve, reaching 37 billion tons as of September 2018, up by 48 percent from 25 billion tons in previous year. The country's coal resources increased to 166 billion tons from 125 billion tons last year.

The new coal reserves and resources estimate was based on data collected from miners holding the coal mining contracts of work (PKP2B), and from 54 percent of IUP (mining business license) miners operating in 19 provinces.

Assuming annual production rate of 485 million tons (the original coal output target this year), the country's coal reserves can last for 76 years.

Realized coal production in 2018 was 528 million tons, far above the indicative target of 485 million tons. In 2019, the government sets coal production target at 490 million tons, of which 128 million tons will be allocated for the domestic market particularly for coal-fired power plants (95.7 million tons).

The government has set coal domestic market obligation (DMO) volume for this year at 128 million tons, higher than last year's realized DMO volume of 115.09 million tons. Of the 128 million tons coal DMO target this year, around 96 million tons will be allocated for power plants, 5.4 million tons for metallurgy industry, 1.49 million tons for fertilizer industry, 16.15 million tons for cement industry, 3 million tons for the textile industry, 6.2 million tons for paper industry, and 14,500 tons for the briquette industry.

The state-owned electricity firm PT PLN predicted its coal consumption this year will increase to around 96 million tons from realized consumption of 91.1 million tons last year. The increase was contributed by the plan to operate three new coal-fired power plants this year (September-October), namely PLTU Jawa 7 and 8, each with capacity of 1,000 MW, and PLTU Lontar with capacity of 350 MW.

Indonesia continues to be a significant player in the global coal mining industry, ranking the country as the world's largest exporter of thermal coal.

The 7th Annual Coal Buyers and Producers Meeting would give insight on the country's trend of coal production, supplier and consumption in coming years. We would also invite noted speakers from buyers and analysts to discuss the outlook of Indonesian coal in traditional markets of China, India and Japan as well as in the countries of ASEAN.

The conference would also highlight agenda of mining companies to boost new exploration in greenfield as well as the plan to enter coal downstream industry.

Main topics at this conference included

  • Government's policy on coal as source of energy to fulfil the country's energy and electricity demand.
  • Outlook of Domestic Market Obligation (DMO) policy for maintaining sustainability of domestic coal supply.
  • Global energy market 2020 and beyond  -- Challenges and opportunities for the import market
  • Trend and prospects for coal demand growth and coal supply-side policy in Asia region in short, medium and long term.
  • Coal market review and outlook in China, India and Japan.
  • Prospect for Indonesian coal export in emerging ASEAN market.
  • Coal Pricing analysis and forecast
  • Indonesian coal market and what to expect next from buyers' perspective
  • Potential Coal Reserves for DME Project in Indonesia: Will they be profitable?
  • Coal Gasification Technology & Its Current Development in Indonesia -- How can coal gasification technology be implemented cost-effectively?
  • Indonesia Power Outlook -- Trends of coal-fired power projects under the newly PLN's 2019-2028 Electricity Supply Business Plan (RUPTL).
  • CEO Talk on Indonesian Thermal Coal Production outlook 2020.
  • Coal Mining Logistic would discuss coal logistic and services issues to support the development coal mine in Indonesia -- What are challenges such in material handling, barging and floating crane services in coal mining value chain?
  • And many more…

Planned Agenda

Day One : 6 November 2019
8.00 -  9.00   Registration
8.50 - 9.00 Welcoming and opening speech from Conference Moderator
9.00 – 9.25 Keynote Speech: Indonesian energy policy: Energy mix and future electricity investment opportunities in Indonesia.
9.25 – 9.50 Government's policy on Domestic Market Obligation (DMO). What is the outlook of DMO policy?
9.50 – 10.20 Coffee Break and networking
10.20 – 10.40 Sponsor
11.40 – 11.00 Outlook of high CV coal demand and supply to Japan, Korea and Taiwan – What are opportunities and competitiveness for Indonesian coal in that markets?
11.00 – 11.20 China coal market outlook

Understanding Chinese renewables and coal policies. What are impacts of the changing import volumes of coal ?
11.20 – 11.40 Overview of coal industry development in India.

Assessing demand trend for low rank vs high rank coal and consequences for coal import from Indonesia over the coming years.
11.40- 12.00 Sponsor
12.00 – 13.00   Lunch and Networking
12.00 – 12.20 Overview of ASEAN coal-fired power plant

What is the coal demand for coal-fired power plant in ASEAN countries? What levels of coal demand can expect to meet from ASEAN countries over the coming years?
13.20  – 14.20 Panel Discussion : Indonesian Coal trading potential in International market.
  • What is the coal demand trend in Asia market.
  • What to expect next for Indonesian coal prices to remain competitive within Asian market?
  • Identifying coal pricing trends – Key factors and drivers
14.20 – 15.20 Panel Discussion

The prospect of utilizing Indonesian coal in supporting the cement production and smelter operational. Coal domestic market outlook – key issues, constraints and outlook.
15.20 – 14.40 Indonesia's Power Outlook

Overview of coal-fired power plant projects being brought on stream in the next 5 years -- Challenges faced.
14.40 – 17.00   Coffee Break
Day Two : 7 November 2019
8.00 -  9.00   Registration
8.50 - 9.00 Welcoming and opening speech from Conference Moderator
9.00 – 9.25 Keynote Speech: The government's policy on coal export. Exploring opportunities and challenges with the government's mandatory to use Indonesian ships in coal export by May 2020.
9.25 – 9.50 Government policy on coal export in the next five years.

Update on the National Development and Planning Agency's plan to propose the reduction of coal export in the next five years to help ensure coal supply to meet future domestic demand.
9.50 – 10.20 Coffee Break and networking
10.20 – 10.40 Sponsor
11.40 – 11.00 The future for Indonesian mid-CV and low rank coal -- what are current challenges facing sustainable coal development in Indonesia?
11.00 – 11.20 Analysis on coal DMO implementation. How effective is quota transfer mechanism to fulfil obligation on DMO target.
11.20 – 12.00 Sponsor
11.40 – 13.00   Lunch and Networking
13.00 – 14.00 Panel Discussion on coal production outlook for the year ahead.

  • Opportunities and challenges in improving efficiency and reducing costs in mining operations.
  • What are the key factors pushing production costs up?
  • Investing in coal production – opportunities and challenges.
14.00 – 15.00 Panel Discussion on coal production outlook for the year ahead. (Session II)
15.00 – 15.30 Coffee Break
15.30 – 16.30 Improving efficiency across the supply chain.

Understanding how technology innovation in coal logistic chain could help coal miners to implement cost efficiency in coal transportation. What is the outlook of coal logistic chain?

Attendance from Coal Buyers and Producers 2018

  • ABP
  • Adaro Indonesia
  • AEL Indonesia
  • Agora Dharma Jaya
  • Asian Bulk Logistics
  • Astra Sedaya Finance
  • Coal Pricing analysis and forecast
  • Badja Abadi Sentosa
  • Bahana Sekuritas
  • Bank Mandiri
  • Baramulti Sugih Sentosa
  • BERAU COAL
  • Bhineka Roda Indonesia
  • Bukit Asam
  • China Coal Solution
  • Golden Energy Mines
  • GEOSERVICES
  • Insani Bara Perkasa
  • IVECO - PT. CHAKRA JAWARA
  • Lumoso Pratama Line
  • Jhonlin Group
  • JOGMEC
  • Kalimantan Prima Persada
  • Kawan Lama Sejahtara
  • Komatsu Astra Finance
  • Leon Testing and Consultancy
  • Lestari Banten Energi
  • Manambang Muara Enim
  • Mandiri Herindo AdiPerkasa
  • Masada Jaya Line
  • MBSS
  • Minerba
  • Mitsubishi Corporation
  • Novem Coal
  • Nusantara Berau Coal
  • Pertamina Lubricant
  • Prolindo Cipta Nusantara
  • Puta Perkasa Abadi A
  • Reswara Minergi Hartama
  • Rimau
  • Rock Tree
  • Samindo Resources
  • Samsung C& T Corporation
  • Sinar Mas Mining
  • SKA Lematang
  • Sumber Urip Sejati
  • SumberBumi Global Niaga
  • Sungai Danau Jaya
  • Surveyor Indonesia
  • Tamtama Perkasa
  • Tata Motor
  • Thiess Contractor
  • Thriveni
  • And many more

Floor Plan

Site Map

Date and Venue


6-7 November 2019
Shangri - La Hotel, Jakarta

Investment


Rp.7.000.000,-* / Participant

*) Including Conference Materials, Coffee Breaks, Luncheon.

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

For registration, Booth and Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact


Telephone : +62-21-2245 8787
Email: [email protected]

For Speaking Opportunities


Adianto P. Simamora
Telephone : 081513304185
Email: [email protected]