Go Gas National Forum Indonesia 2011 - Jakarta, Indonesia

GO GAS AGENDA 2011

• GO GAS DAY ONE • MONDAY 5th DECEMBER 2011 •

08:00 – 09:00      Registration

 

09:00 – 09:45      Opening Ceremony:

-          Report by Chairman of the Organizing Committeee, Ahmad Safrudin

-          Remark by APCNGI& ANGVA, Danny Praditya

-          Welcome Remark by National Energy Council (DEN), Prof Herman Agustiawan

-          Opening and Keynote speech by Minister for Energy and Mineral Resource, HE Ir Jero Wacik, SE

-          Symbolic to filling gas vehicle by Minister for Energy and Mineral Resources

 

09:45 – 10:15      Press Conference

 

10.15 – 10.30       Coffee break and VIP tour to Exhibition area

 

10:30 – 11:00      Keynote Speech by Ms Karen Agustiawan, President Director of Pertamina:

PERTAMINA’S GRAND MASTERPLAN FOR NGV IN INDONESIA: WHY 2012 WILL BE THE DEFINING YEAR FOR CNG AND NGV IN INDONESIA?

 

11:00 – 12.15       Panel Discussions I:

INTEGRATING AND IMPLEMENTING CROSSED SECTOR ENERGY POLICY TO FAST TRACK THE USE OF NATURAL GAS FOR TRANSPORTATION.

 

Chair:  Dr Tumiran

 

Topics for discussion:

·         Supervising the implementation of crossed sector energy policy

·         Cost and befit analysis of gas for transport sector, and fuel subsidy phase-out

·         Multisectoral action plan to promote gas for transportation

·         Overcoming the gas for transport challenges: Current policy developed to response gas supply, pricing problems, and to accelerate upstream to downstream infrastructure development for short-medium to long term

·         Why should we promote the use of gas in for transportation?

·         National Policy and Action Plan to encourage the use of gaseous fuels for land transportation in Indonesia

 

Panel members include:

1.       National Energy Council, Prof Herman Agustiawan

2.       Ministry of Finance, Vice Minister of Finance, Dr Anny Ratnawati

3.       Ministry for Energy and Mineral Resources, Director General Oil and Gas, Dr Evita H Legowo

4.       Ministry for Transport, Director General Land Transportation, Ir Suroyo Alimoeso

5.       Ministry for National Planning and Development, Deputy for Natural Resources and Environment, Dr Ir Rr Endah Murniningtyas, MSc

 

12:15 – 13:00      Panel Discussions II:

NATURAL GAS, THE FUEL OF CHOICE TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE ENERGY POLICY AND CLEANER CITIES

 

Chair:  Danny Praditya

 

Topics for discussion:

·         Natural Gas, the fuel of choice towards sustainable energy policy

·         Fuel subsidy phase-out, and acceleration gas conversion for transportation sector

·         Gas from the national development planning perspective: Multisectoral action plan to promote gas for transportation

·         National Environmental Policy on Reducing Mobile Source Emission

·         Why does gas utilization becomes crucial in reducing pollution in Indonesian cities?

·         Cleaner public transportation initiatives and meeting environmental obligations

·         Gas Allocation for NGV

 

Panel members include:

1.       Member of Commission VII, House of Representatives, Satya W Yudha

2.       Ministry for National Planning and Development, Director for Energy, Ir Monthy Giriana, MSc, PhD

3.       Ministry for Environment, Drs Ade Palguna

4.       BP MIGAS, Fathor Rahman

 

13:00 – 14:00      Networking Lunch hosted by Pertamina

 

14:00 – 15:00      Panel Discussions III: 

PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER FOR A SUCCESSFUL NGV PROGRAM IN INDONESIA WITH JAKARTA AS THE FOCAL POINT

 

Chair:  Tina Talisa

 

Topics for discussion:

·         The best practice on NGV Program in Asia Pacific

·         Current status and planning on NGV Program for public transport and official government operational vehicles in Jakarta

·         Lessons learnt from Jakarta’s Busway program as an implementing model for national gas based transport program

·         Potential and benefits of gas fuelled vehicles for Jakarta and West Java

 

Panel members include:

1.       Executive Director, Asia Pacific Natural Gas Vehicles Association, Lee Giok Seng

2.       Head of Energy and Industry Agency – Provinsi DKI Jakarta, Ir I Putu Ngurah Indiana

3.       LIPI, Dr Agus Hartanto

4.       Secretary General, APCNGI, Robbi Sukardi

 

15:00 – 16:00      Panel Discussions IV

INCENTIVES, ROLES, PARTNERSHIPS AND SUPPORT TO ENSURE THE NGV PILOT PROJECT TO ‘GASIFY” JAKARTA WILL BE A SUCCESS

 

Chair:  Maria Kallae

 

Topics for discussion:

·         Fiscal incentives to support development of gas fuel for Transportation

·         Automotive industry readiness to support “Gas for Transportation” program, including Inspection & Maintenance, Local Content, Workshop and National Standardization

·         The gas tube certification: necessity and approval process

 

Panel members include:

1.       Ministry For Finance, Deputy for Head of Fiscal Policy Agency, Dr Lucky Alfirman

2.       Ministry for Industry, Director for Land Transportation Industry, Ir Supriyanto, MM

3.       Senior Vice President  Gas – PT Pertamina, Ir Nanang Untung

4.       Toyota Motor Company, Project General Manager - Energy Affair Department, Mr Hitoshi Hayashi,

 

16:00 – 16:15       Coffee break

 

16:15 – 17:15      Panel Discussions V

THE SAFETY CHALLENGE (I): LEARNING FROM HISTORY - CHALLENGES FACED IN OTHER COUNTRIES AND HOW INDONESIA CAN BENEFIT FROM THOSE MISTAKES?

 

Chair:  Agus Pambagio

 

Topics for discussion:

·         Safety challenges faced in other regions

·         Creating public awareness for safety

·         Safety and Economics goes hand-in-hand

·         Effective safety campaigns – what can be implemented in Indonesia?

·         Recommendation to ensure Indonesia’s NGV remain safe and economically viable

 

Panel members include:

1.       Deputy for Standard and Acrediation Implementation - The National Standardization Agency, Drs Suprapto, MLS

2.       ANGVA Safety Committee

3.       Oil and Gas Regulatory of Pakistan

4.       Emirates Gas (United Arab Emirates)

5.       Petronas Dagangan (Malaysia)

 

 

• GO GAS DAY TWO • TUESDAY 6th DECEMBER 2011 •

 

08:00 – 09:00      Registration

 

09:00 09:30      Presentation by BLU Transjakarta

SUSTAINING JAKARTA’S BUSWAY PROJECT: HOW CNG WILL CONTINUE TO BENEFIT?

 

Led by:

BLU Transjakarta, Ir M Akbar

 

09:30 – 10:30      Panel Discussions VI

JAKARTA AS THE PILOT NGV CITY: GASIFYING THE CAPITAL

 

Chair:  Saleh Abdurrahman

 

Topics for discussion:

·         Potentioal national support on Gasifying the Capital City:  Sceme of National Budget

·         Determining the potential benefits for Jakarta and its surrounding areas (Jabotabek)

·         Commitment and obligation of public transportation and official-government vehicles to run on natural gas

·         Ensuring security of supply

·         Fast tracking infrastructure development by key stakeholders

·         Future project potential in Jakarta and its surrounding areas

·         OEM’s commitments to support the NGV industry

 

Panel members include:

1.        Director General for National Budget, Ministry of Finance, Drs Herry Purnomo, MSOC, SC

2.        Assisstant Economy for City Secretary of DKI Jakarta, Hasan Basri

3.        President Director PT Pertamina Gas, Ir Gunung Sardjonohadi

4.        Director for Business Development – PGN, Michael Baskoro

 

10:30 – 10:45      Networking Coffee Break

 

10:45 – 11.45       Presentation on Financing Scheme

FINANCING SCHEME FOR GASIFYING THE CAPITAL CITY OF JAKARTA

 

Chair:  Danny Praditya

 

·         Financing scheme for gasifying transmition/pipeline/distribution, fixed filling station, and mobile filling station, converter kit instalation, and supporting system (car workshop, etc.)

 

Panel members include:

1.       Vice President Director PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, Dr Felia Salim

2.       Director for Corporate Banking – PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk,  Ms Fransisca N Mok

 

11:45 – 12:05      Technology Presentation I

MOVE GAS, NOT STEEL: THE CASE FOR COMPOSITES AS THE ECONOMICAL CHOICE FOR BULK TRANSPORTATION

 

Led by:

Regional Director, Lincoln Composites, Goh Tat Chuan

 

12:05 – 12:25      Technology Presentation II

MOBILE REFUELLING UNIT (MRU): PORTABLE, ECONOMICAL AND SAFE SOLUTION

 

Led by:

Development Manager - Asia Pacific Markets, SAFE SRL, Jonas Giuliani

 

12:25 – 12:45      Technology Presentation III

SAFETY ASPECTS FOR THE USE OF NGVS AND BULK FUEL TRANSPORTATION & STORAGE 

 

Led by:

President and CEO, Dynatek, Dr. Chris Rasche

 

12:45 – 13:05      Technology Presentation IV

IMW’S TURNKEY SOLUTION TO NGV FUELLING

 

Led by:

Senior Vice President, IMW Industries, Kirk Livingston

 

13:05 – 14:05      Networking Lunch

 

14:05 – 15:05      Panel Discussions VII

NGV TECHNOLOGY: STREAMLINING SAFETY COMMITMENTS FROM STATION TO WORKSHOP

 

Chair:  Indra Setiawan

 

Topics for discussion:

·         Station safety

·         Conversion Safety

·         Safety and maintenance across equipments and applications

·         How to ensure safety across potential projects?

 

Panel members include:

·         Lincoln Composites

·         SAFE SRL

·         PT CNG Global

·         Smart Energy

 

15:05 – 15:25      Technology Presentation IV

HYDRAULIC NGV REFUEELING A RELIABLE AND ECONOMICAL SOLUTION FOR CNG DAUGHTER STATION

 

Led by:

CEO, GTE Global, David Pang

 

15:25 – 15:45      Presentation by Station Owner

EQUIPMENT SELECTION AND MATCHING CONSIDERATIONS FROM A STATION OWNER’S PERSPECTIVE TO MAINTAIN ECONOMICS AND ENSURE SAFETY

 

Led by:

Managing Director, Smart Energy, William Aw

 

15:45 – 16:00      Networking Coffee Break

 

16:00 – 16:20      Country Presentation and Lessons Learnt I

2.5 MILLION NGVS AND COUNTING: THE EVOLUTION OF PAKISTAN’S NGV INDUSTRY – SUCCESSES, CHALLENGES, LESSONS AND SUSTAINABILITY

 

Led by:

Senior Executive Director, Oil and Gas Authority of Pakistan, Muazzam Chowdury

 

16:20 – 16:40      Country Presentation and Lessons Learnt II

THE NGV JOURNEY OF OUR SOUTH EAST ASIAN NEIGHBOURS – MAINTAINING SUSTAINABILITY FOR THE INDUSTRY

 

Led by:

Executive Director, ANGVA, Lee Giok Seng

 

16:40 – 17:00      Country Presentation and Lessons Learnt III

CHALLENGES AND LESSONS LEARNT TO ENSURE DUBAI’S NGV PROGRAM WILL BE SAFE AND ECONOMICALLY SUSTAINABLE

 

Led by:

CNG Development Manager, Fazal Ali Khan, Emirates Gas (U.A.E)

 

Chair for Lesson Learn I, II, III: Noviantara Rollin

 

17:00 – 17:30      Recommendations and Closing

Summary by:

·         National Energy Council

·         Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources

·         Pertamina

·         PGN

·         KPBB

·         APCNGI

·         ANGVA

 

                           • GO GAS DAY THREE • WEDNESDAY 7th DEC 2011 •

 

SITE TOUR – CNG STATION • THURSDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2011 •

 

09:00 – 12:00      Delegates will have a unique opportunity to see first-hand a refuelling infrastructure by PT Pertamina. The expected development of new CNG-NGV projects in Indonesia is expected to continue and grow exponentially in 2011, fuelling the growth of this dynamic industry.

Author: KPBB, ANGVA, APCNGI, PERTAMINA
Posted by: Robbi R. Sukardi