Agenda

Day 1: Wed, 18 September 2019

08:00
Registration Starts and Morning Coffee

09:05
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks


Global and Local Trends


09:10
C-suite Insight:
Indonesia’s Changing Energy Mix and the Current Coal Market Scenario

  • Production outlook
  • Demand and supply projection and export estimation
  • Coal price projections and achieving price stability
  • New investments in coal plants, global plant retirements, implications on supply / demand balance

Pandu P. Sjahrir, Chairman, Indonesia Coal Mining Association, Indonesia

09:40
C-suite Insight:
A Strategic Market Outlook and Response to Recent Trade and Regulatory Developments

  • Implications of the US – China trade overhaul, and disruption in supply chains
  • How will coal trade evolve
  • Post-election mining regulation in Indonesia
  • DMO evolution
  • Local operational issues for the industry

Kurnia Ariawan, Chief Executive Officer, Kideco, Indonesia

10:10
Coal Pricing Panel – Identifying and Responding to Market Restructuring and Changing Trade Flows

  • Implications of a changing world trade regime – opportunity or risk
  • Dry bulk shipping market and freight rate outlook
  • Coal price benchmark (HBA)- price outlook for short and long term
  • DMO and local pricing competitiveness
  • Trends in index-linked pricing
  • Price outlook poll

Panellists:
Ashok Mitra, Chief Financial Officer, PT Kaltim Prima Coal, Indonesia
Shelly Chen, Coal Purchase Director, China Qinfa Group, China
Kurnia Ariawan, Chief Executive Officer, Kideco, Indonesia

10:50
Morning Networking and Refreshment Break


New Demand Scenarios


11:30
China’s Coal Market Outlook and Demand for Indonesian Coal

  • China’s coal demand-supply projection – domestic and international seaborne markets
  • Future of China’s energy transition and what it means for thermal coal market in near-term
  • Benchmarking China’s coal trade with Indonesia vs. Mongolia, Russia, and Australia

Shelly Chen, Coal Purchase Director, China Qinfa Group, China

12:00
PLN’s Role in DMO and Coal Price Management

  • Power demand and PLN’s coal requirement for electricity production
  • Coal-Fired power plants construction and operations update
  • Addressing the price cap debate

Harlen, Executive Vice President, Coal, Perusahan Listrik Negara (PLN), Indonesia

13:00
Networking Lunch

13:30
Paper and Pulp:
APP’s Coal Procurement Quality and Technicality Considerations

  • Projecting procurement needs for blended coal
  • Technical views on quality and coal handling
  • Sustainable supply and commercial partnerships

Hengky Daulay, Vendor Developments, Coal Specialist, PT Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper Tbk, Indonesia

14:10
Future of Thailand’s Power Development: Managing Coal Demand in The Face of Climate Change  

  • Case study of RATCH’s coal-fired power plants
  • Coal procurement and price stability 
  • Thailand’s power demand and supply and in account for coal demand
  • Indonesia’s coal quality and demand projection for Thailand’s coal-fired power projects  

Chollawit Winitchai, Vice President, Head of International Investment, Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding, Thailand

15:20
Case Study: IPP – Coal Producer collaboration for improved business outcomes

  • Coal quality
  • Security of supply chain and supply security
  • Price risk management

Arthur Simatupang, Chairman, Independent Power Producers Association of Indonesia, Indonesia

15:30
Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

16:00
Case Study: Meeting Power Demand and Emission Standards in Malaysia

  • Malaysia Electricity Outlook
  • Generation Mix and Coal Plants Malaysia
  • Coal Demand and Supply Projection beyond 2019
  • Update of Coal Plant Project
  • Challenges and Opportunity within Malaysian Market

Noor Asihin Surani, Chief Operating Officer, TNB Fuel, Malaysia


Clean Coal Thought Leadership 


16:30
The Clean Coal Think Tank:
Miner-Power Plant Collaboration to Improve Coal Carbon Footprint

  • Mapping out industry’s environment management obligations
  • Clean coal tech in power plants – trends and implementations
  • Demonstrating plant efficiency and environment compliance to raise finance for new projects
  • Coal quality requirements and the importance of sustainable supply
  • How are producers and power plant operators collaborating

Panellists:
Russell Neil, Director and Chief Development Officer, PT Bayan Resources, Indonesia
Noor Asihin Surani, Chief Operating Officer, TNB Fuel, Malaysia
Arthur Simatupang, Chairman, Independent Power Producers Association of Indonesia, Indonesia
Anwar Dasuki, Senior Fuel Supply and Engineering, Paiton Energy, Indonesia

17:15
Chairperson’s Summary and End of Main Conference Day One

Day 2: Thu, 19 September 2019


Operations, Profitability and Smart Mining


08:50
Morning Coffee

09:05
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

09:10
C-suite Insight:
A CFOs View on Coal Mining Profitability 

  • Mine profitability benchmarks in current market conditions
  • Key control points in operations, and where can cost impact be made
  • Investment trends in smart mining technologies and ROI
  • Demand forecasts and risk management

Ashok Mitra, Chief Financial Officer, PT Kaltim Prima Coal, Indonesia

09:40
Connected Mining Operations at KPC

  • Considerations on digitalisation and smart mining operations
  • How are predictive analytics ensuring cost-effective mining procedures?
  • Streamlining infrastructure management
  • Coal processing considerations

Poltak Sinaga, General Manager, Coal Processing & Handling Division, PT Kaltim Prima Coal, Indonesia

10:10
Panel Discussion:
Digitalisation and Smart Mining – Global Trends and Ambitions for Indonesia

  • Smart mining and investments
  • Digital disruption and mine operators – How to keep up with the game?
  • Intelligent operations systems that miners currently considering
  • Where do we want to go next with technology?

Panellists:
Ashok Mitra,
Chief Financial Officer, PT Kaltim Prima Coal, Indonesia
Russell Neil
, Director and Chief Development Officer, PT Bayan Resources, Indonesia
Marcel Parulian Sitindjak, Senior Coal Trader, Noble Group, Indonesia

10:50
Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

11:20
Case Study:
Mine Digitalisation and Workforce Improvement – Simulator-Based Heavy Equipment and Mine Truck Management

For speaking opportunity, please contact Jonathan Kiang at jonathan.kiang@ibcasia.com.sg

11:40
Operational Excellence and Profitability in Mine Development Plans

  • Commercial and technical considerations
  • What technologies are playing a role
  • Operational excellence, productivity and cost per ton
  • Risks and ROIs

Russell Neil, Director and Chief Development Officer, PT Bayan Resources, Indonesia


Digitalisation and Coal Trade


12:10
Advance Analytics in Coal Usage and Buying Strategy

12:35
Panel Discussion:
Digital Commodities and Impact on Coal Trade

  • How is traditional trading being disrupted by digital transformation?
  • Emerging coal trading models and how technology affects them
  • Blockchain, predictive analytics and digital freight management tools advancing coal markets
  • What can we expect from digital trading businesses?

Panellists:
Ramil Ahmad,
Fossil Fuel Specialist, Metals Commodities, Indonesia
Ramesh Kumar
, Head of Analytics & Center of Excellence, Tata Steel, India
Zenny Tran, Founder and Managing Director, Galaxy Energy and Resources, Singapore
Marcel Parulian Sitindjak, Senior Coal Trader, Noble Group, Indonesia

13:15
Networking Lunch


Pricing, Trade and Supply Chain Risk Management


14:15
Near-Term Outlook of Indonesia Thermal Coal Prices and Exports

  • Export update by region, CV and tonnage
  • Pricing trends for various CV/GAR coal
  • Consumption and production near-term outlook
  • Analysis on supply, demand, production cost, freight and price dynamics

Scott Dendy, Director – Energy Market Insights and Price Discovery, IHS Markit

14:45
Managing and Hedging Coal Price Risks

Zenny Tran, Founder and Managing Director, Galaxy Energy and Resources, Singapore

15:15
Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

15:45
Case Study: Value- Added Coal Trade Synergies  

Ramil Ahmad, Fossil Fuel Specialist, Metals Commodities, Indonesia 

16:15
Panel Discussion:
Disruption in Supply Chains – what technologies and process will redefine the coal chain

  • Digitalisation in port, terminal and ship operations
  • Breakdowns and bottlenecks, and how to manage them
  • Big data applications in supply chain efficiencies for coal
  • Barging and freight cost competitiveness

Panellists:
Poltak Sinaga, General Manager, Coal Processing & Handling Division, PT Kaltim Prima Coal, Indonesia
Marcel Parulian Sitindjak, Senior Coal Trader, Noble Group, Indonesia

More panellists to be confirmed

17:00
Chairperson’s Summary and End of Main Conference