Kalimantan Coal Conference
3 - 4 September 2013 | Novotel Hotel Balikpapan, Indonesia
The Kalimantan Coal Conference returns in 2013 and will be held on 3-4 September in Balikpapan.
The very first Kalimantan Coal Conference, held in September 2012 brought together 120+ senior executives, and decision makers from government, mining, infrastructure, shipping and supply sectors to discuss new policies and strategies for tackling the current and emerging issues within the burgeoning Kalimantan coal sector.
Hear key presentations from:
- Duncan Buchanan, General Manager - Operations & Technical, PT Bayan Resources
- Pandu Sjahrir, Chief Financial Officer, PT Toba Bara Sejahtra Tbk
- Andrey Shigaev, President Director, PT Kalimantan Coal Transportation
- Kenneth Raymond Allan, Marketing Director, PT Borneo Lumbung Energi & Metal Tbk
- Bill Hewitt, Country Manager Indonesia, Pan Asia Corporation
- Aris Munandar, Director, PT Permata Energy Resources
- Simon Sembiring, Consultant, Indika Energy
- Noke Kiroyan, Chief Consultant, Kiroyan & Partners
- Dr Madjedi Hasan, Arbitrator, Indonesian National Board of Arbitration (BANI)
- Harry Asmar, President Director, PT Reswara Minergi Hartama (Reswara)
- Dr H. Awang Faroek Ishak, Governor of East Kalimantan Province, Republic of Indonesia
- Agustin Teras Narang, Governor of Central Kalimantan Province, Republic of Indonesia
- Scott Merrillees, Chief Financial Officer, PT Berau Coal Energy Tbk
- Ashok Mitra, Chief Financial Officer, PT Kaltim Prima Coal
- Ramli Ahmad, Managing Director, PT Asia Pacific Mining Resources
- Henry Halomoan Sitanggang, President Director, PT Exploitasi Energi Indonesia
- Sabyasachi Mishra, Head - Minerals, Tata International
- And many more…VIEW THE FULL AGENDA
PLUS:2 focus workshops
Taking a mine from permit to production
Monday 2 September 2013
This workshop will analyse the legal aspects of mining in Kalimantan to
provide a comprehensive step by step approach to deliver project success.
Facilitated by :
-Rick Beckmann, Partner of Norton Rose Australia based in Jakarta as a Senior Foreign Legal Counsel.
-Kresna Panggabean , Senior Associate at Susandarini & Partners in association with Norton Rose Australia
Making it work - The strategy of obtaining consents from local partner, local government and central government
Thursday 5 September 2013
Facilitated by: Noke Kiroyan
Noke Kiroyan is well known in the Indonesian Mining industry having been President Director
of Rio Tinto Indonesia and President Director of PT Newmont Pacific Nusantara.
View photos from the 2012 Conference
This event had the support of vital industry and government bodies, including the Indonesian Coal Mining Association (APBI-ICMA), the East and Central Kalimantan Governments, the Ministry of Trade, Forestry, Energy and Mineral Resources, and the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
What did last year' attendees say about Kalimantan Coal conference
"Very pleased, Good event" PT Indo Tambangraya Megah Tbk (ITM)
"Better understanding about Indonesia & Kalimantan from speakers" THORESEN THAI AGENCIES PLC
"Learning from real mining company in Kalimantan" PT THIESS CONTRACTORS INDONESIA
"Meeting the people i wanted to meet", SNC Lavalin
"Valuable information on the coal industry in Kalimantan" Sarawak Energy Berhad
"This event has provided a lot of information that is "food for thought"" Indonesian Coal Ltd
Delegates at Kalimantan Coal have the unique opportunity to;
- Meet with investors and government to progress investment and project development in Kalimantan
- Gain clarity of issues and concerns for successfully investing and operating in Kalimantan
- Address the handling of mining permits at the local and regional level
- Explore current and future regional mining investment projects on coal mining; infrastructure and technology open to global investors
- Gain crucial business and operating insights with a showcase of industry best practices as well as solutions for coal export infrastructure
- Learn from the site visit to Balikpapan Coal Terminal, one of Indonesias largest coal terminals
This event is the perfect complement to our annual Indonesial Coal Investment Conference.
Kalimantan is Indonesias largest coal producing region, producing over 93% of Indonesias thermal coal production in 2011. East Kalimantan is the second largest Indonesian province, located on the Kalimantan region on the east of Borneo island. The resource-rich province has two major cities, Samarinda (the capital and a center for timber product) and Balikpapan (a petroleum center with oil refinery). East Kalimantan's economy heavily depends on earth resources such as oilfield exploration, natural gas, as well as coal and gold mining.