|08.00 - 09.00||
|09.00 – 09.05||
Opening by Master of Ceremonies
|09.05 – 09.10||
|09.10 – 09.15||
National Anthem: Indonesia Raya
|09.15 – 09.25||
Welcome Dance Bali
|09.25 – 09.35||
Welcome Speech by Salis S. Aprilian, Organizing Committee Chairman / Secretary General Indonesian Gas Society (IGS)
|09.35 – 10.00||
Address and Official Opening of INDOPACIFIC LNG Summit Bali 2018
by, I Made Mangku Pastika, Governor of Bali*
|10.00 – 10.20||
Remarks by David C. Carroll, President International Gas Union (IGU)
|10.20 – 10.35||
|10.35 – 12.35||
Demand From New Importing Countries
The LNG market showed solid growth of 6% p.a. from 2000 to 2014, leading to a tight market with high prices, but has softened since 2014 due to weaker demand and increasing supply. Looking ahead, the oversupplied market should be back in balance by 2023/24. In the long run, global LNG demand is expected to almost double by 2030, with China, India, South Asia and ASEAN countries, accounting for more than 80% of the growth.
Moderator: Vijay Krishnan, Managing Director, Rystad Energy Asia Pte. Ltd.
1. Sofyan Basir, President Director, PT PLN (Persero)*
2. Yenni Andayani, Gas Director, PT PERTAMINA (Persero)
3. Narendra Taneja, Leading Energy Expert and National Spokesperson of the BJP, India’s Governing Party.
4. Abul Mansur Md. F, Chairman, Petrobangla
5. M. Adnan Gilani, CEO, Pakistan LNG Ltd
|12.35 – 13.35||
|13.35 – 13.55||
Keynote 1 - Global outlook and the LNG supply & demand balance (with emphasis on the South-Asia Region)
Otto Waterlander, Senior Partner and Leader of the Global Gas Practice, McKinsey & Company
|13.55 – 15.55||
Panel Discussion 1- IndoPACIFIC LNG, The Perspective from Suppliers & Traders
Significant new supply will come online before 2021, mostly from the US Gulf Coast and Australia.
Underlying demand for LNG will struggle to keep pace with new supply additions in the short to medium term. US LNG short run marginal costs will significantly influence global pricing in the midst of the oversupplied market. Contractual preferences of buyers are shifting towards shorter duration, small volumes and de-linkage from oil prices, although oil-linked indexation remains prevalent outside the EU. As the market becomes increasingly complex, several distinct “need-based” buyer segments are emerging. Suppliers and traders need to adapt in order to cope with these fundamental changes.
Moderator: Azam Mohammad, Partner McKinsey & Company Singapore Pte Ltd.
|15.55 – 16.10||
|16.10 - 17.40||
Panel Discussion 2 - Project financing of FSRU and LNG regasification projects: commercial structures, complexities, resources, key financial, legal and political risks – and ways to mitigate them; impact of oil prices on loan markets; opportunities and challenges; financing structures
Project financing plays an important role in the development of downstream gas projects. This session presents an opportunity for stakeholders and financial institutions to share information, knowledge and experience on gas project financing, resource-based financing schemes, key enablers, risks and other issues.
Moderator: Michael Arruda, Partner, Registered Foreign Lawyer (California), Baker Botts
|18.00 - 21.00||
|08.30 – 08.50||
Keynote 2- Indonesian LNG: Accelerating Gas Infrastructure Development to Satisfy Gas Domestic Demand
|08.50 – 09.10||
Keynote 3 – PLN’s Commitment to using LNG in it’s Energy Mix
|09.10 – 09.30||
Keynote 4 – Development of the Natural Gas and LNG Industry in India
|09.30 – 11.00||
Panel Discussion 3 - Economics of FSRU and Small/ medium Scale LNG Receiving Terminals and Regasification Plants.
1. Neil Semple, Principal, The Lantau Group (Hongkong)
2. Gembong Primadjaja, Director, PT Pelindo Energi Logistik (Benoa)
3. T. Jay Yoneda, CEO / President Osaka Gas, Singapore Pte Ltd.*
4. Rick Lai, General Manager Project Development, Asia, Warsila Singapore Pte Ltd.
5. Theo Lekatompessy, President Director, PT Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi Tbk.
|11.00 - 11.15||
|11.15 - 11.35||
Keynote 5 – New LNG Project
|11.35 - 11.55||
Keynote 6 – The Japanese LNG Market Transformation
|11.55 - 12.15||
Keynote 7 - The Rise of New LNG importers and their key enablers: a review of the fragmented, emerging new markets -
|12.15 - 13.30||
|13.30 - 14.45||
Panel Discussion 4 - LNG as Marine and Land-Based Transportation Fuel
LNG has great potential as a fuel for marine and land-based transportation, due to its advantage in cost and carbon emissions relative to gasoline, diesel, MFO and HFO. The market for LNG in transportation in Asia is relatively new, although the potential is high. The panelists in this session will be sharing their information, knowledge and experience on the feasibility and advantages of substituting other fuels with LNG.
Moderator: Bret Mattes, Director, PT Numada
|14.45 - 16.00||
|16.00 - 16.10||