Small scale LNG value chain is considered as a better solution for archipelago country like Indonesia compared to pipeline grid to bring the gas from source to scattered demand, especially in central and eastern part of Indonesia. In central Indonesia, point of gas demands especially for the PLN power generation plants are scattered around more than 10 islands (Kalimantan, Sulawesi Archipelago, Nusa Tenggara Archipelago, Tahuna, Rote, etc) and relatively small number in quantity. It is therefore to achieve economic of scale, single point-to-point gas supply is considered not feasible and the demand should be clustered into an integrated value chain and distribution system. The value chain and distribution system will be a complex system consists of small LNG carriers, LNG hub and small regas terminal. Almost all locations have environmental and operational constraints (e.g. weather, coral reef, difficult ground condition). Survey and data acquisition will be very important to develop accurate, cost competitive and sustainable solution. Engineering and construction of the project to develop the value chain and distribution system will require complex control and supervision effort to manage execution in all locations. Simultaneous works of EPC for onshore assets and shipyards for floating assets must be arranged seamlessly in limited timeframe.
The 0.5-day workshop will cover the potential issues associated with development challenges of small scale LNG value chain for central Indonesia. The attendees will gain an understanding of uniqueness of gas business and infrastructure development in archipelago country like Indonesia and state-of-art small scale LNG value chain.
Engineering Manager, PT PERTAMINA (Persero)
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology
Master of Natural Gas Technic, NTNU Norwegia
Past - Work Experience:
Process Engineering, PT Badak NGL
Technology Development PT Pertamina
Registration Fee IDR 3.000.000