We would like to extend a warm welcome to all of you again to Bali for the unmissible 5th LNG TRANSPORT HANDLING AND STORAGE INDONESIA 2015, taking place on 22-24 April 2015.
After the first FSRU project launch in 2012, Indonesia is fast tracking its LNG activities to meet its increasing domestic demand. In 2013, LNG Shipping and Small-Mid scale LNG projects are also scheduled to be on-line, led by state-owned PT Pertamina and the private sectors. Thus, this timely event aims to reinforce Indonesia’s commitment to-wards using LNG as the favoured alternative fuel to bridge the energy gap.
This important event will also highlight business practical, commercial and business cases progress updates smaller LNG projects and technologies that are needed to help the company “transfer” seamlessly into a new era and LNG distribution network, especially for power plants and heavy industries such as fertilizer, production steel, and other industries that use LNG.
This 3 Days event is designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter to en-sure that your project costing and efficiencies are not overstretched.
Among the main highlights of this event is supply, market and transport (small LNG projects that have proliferated in many areas).
Small scale LNG projects are absolutely suitable for countries around the Asia Pacific region notably Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia. We all know LNG holds promise for Indonesia. In the next couple of years, the growth of small-medi- um scale LNG is set to spiral and we hope this event will bring many benefits to you.
Special thanks to Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, SK Migas, BPH Migas, PT. Pertamina, PT. PGN, and DEN, or their support and our thanks to our sponsor PT. Bayu Buana Gemilang, PT. Pertamina Gas, PT. PLN, PT. Jababeka, Bank BNI, PT. Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi, Energasindo Heksa Karya, GTT, PT. Matesu Abadi, and PT. KAI Logistik.
We wish all of you a fruitful and eventful forum. Yours Sincerely
INDONESIA LNG WHY ?
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Indonesia has become one of the most important industries for the next five years , as the “golden era of natural gas” will be booming in Indonesia , and several LNG projects coming online. In an effort to allocate natural gas liquid enough (LNG) for domestic consumption, two large LNG plant in Bontang and West Papua has delivered the first LNG shipment ever domestic respectively . And this is just the tip of the iceberg due to increased domestic demand has been outstripping supply available today .
Indonesian electricity evolving needs- coupled with the needs of other heavy industries such as fertilizer – has made natural gas , especially LNG , a commodity which is essential to meet energy needs . In a separate effort to meet the needs in this country, the world’s third largest exporter of LNG will also begin importing LNG in 2018 to prop up domestic demand. According to the regulator , SKK Migas , Indonesia has been producing 7,89 trillion BTU natural gas in 2013 – and will continue to rise in 2015 in line with the production of natural gas a few blocks .
ABOUT THE 5th LNG TRANSPORT HANDLING AND STORAGE INDONESIA 2015
The 5th LNG TRANSPORT HANDLING AND STORAGE INDONESIA 2015 Forum, taking place on 22-24 April 2015 at the Padma Resort, Bali, Indonesia is an annual meeting point for key stakehold-ers–both domestic and regional–to network, build relationships with key stakeholders and drive the region’s Natural Gas Industry forward. Consistently attracting over 150 delegates annually, the main focus of this year’s forum pertains to LNG infrastructure, LNG Tecknology, notably Small Scale LNG and LNG shipping, opening up enormous opportunities to tap into Indonesia’s island-rich landscape.
This timely theme–as we’re expecting prospective Southeast Asian LNG stakeholders to attend – is especially important for Indonesia. It could serve as a platform to engage under one roof key LNG stakeholders in Indonesia and the Asia Pacific region. Expected domestic key Stakeholders of senior level decision makers to attend include House of Representatives (Commission VII), Ministry of En- ergy and Mineral Resources, SKK Migas, BPH Migas, Regencies of East Java, Bali, PT Pertamina, PT Pertamina Gas, PT PGN, PT PLN, PT Badak NGL, PT Energasindo Heksa Karya, and Indonesian Fertilizer Producers’ Association (APPI), CNG user associations among many others.
All Events Group (AEG)
AEG is a business-to-business information & media company based in Singapore helping businesses build their competitive edge through industry intelligence, strategic skills and key relationships. We specialized in the Natural Gas area especially Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Natural Gas vehicles (NGV) with our CNG-NGV Series taking place annually in Indonesia, Vietnam, UAE, Philippines, and Thailand among many others. For more information on the natural gas series, please visit www.cngngv.com or www.naturalgasglobal.com . We are also publish our very own trade magazine under the banner Natural Gas Vehicles Transportation which looks at the mid and downstream aspects of CNG, LNG, biomethane and biogas among other forms of natural gas.
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PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
WEDNESDAY, 22 APRIL 2015
A-Z of Small LNG Shipping and Bunkering: Economics, Viability and Distribution Options
Consultant -Maritime Advisory
Elsie obtained her BSc degree in Maritime Studies from Singapore Nanyang Technological University and BI Norwegian School of Management in 2009. She joined DNV GL in 2009, as a DNV GL Technical International Trainee. During the two years, she was involved in cross functional services including ship survey, maritime environmental solutions, and LNG technology qualification in four global offices: Singapore, Oslo, New York and Perth. Since returning to DNV GL Singapore, she has mainly focused on the application of LNG as marine fuel. She was the main project team member of the prominent Joint Industry Project on Singapore LNG Bunkering. Other key projects she has led include technical and financial feasibility assessment of LNG bunkering in a number of Asian and Oceania ports, technical advice on ships using LNG as fuel, bunkering logistic model development, bunkering operational procedures guidance, and LNG fuel demand forecast. Elsie is one of the representative member of Singapore LNG bunkering Pro Tem Committee established in 2014.
Understanding the business case in choosing various LNG offshore storage and transportation options
DAY ONE, CONFERENCE
THURSDAY, 23 APRIL 2015