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2018 Annual Indonesia Energy Forum

  • Jakarta, Indonesia
Wood Mackenzie's Annual Indonesia Energy Forum brings together more than 150 participants from various energy organisations in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. This year's presentation will be based around the theme on "Energy companies in transition: is Indonesia ready?" The participants will gain unique insights into the Indonesia energy market and the challenges the market will face with the transition of the energy companies.

Agenda

  • 21 March 2018

    • Registration

    • Welcome Remarks

      Speakers

      • Gavin joined Wood Mackenzie in 1997, managing the company's Asia Pacific Energy Markets team from 2000-2003. Between 2003-2014 Gavin was based in Beijing managing Wood Mackenzie’s China research. During this time he worked on a range of projects with domestic and international energy companies including the development of international growth strategies, upstream opportunity screening, LNG project evaluation, Chinese provincial gas price forecasting, analysis of the Chinese CBM market, and the influence of China on Pacific Basin gas markets and pricing. Gavin relocated to Wood Mackenzie’s Tokyo office in early 2014 to head Wood Mackenzie’s gas and power research across North East Asia. In Early 2016 Gavin returned to Beijing to head Wood Mackenzie’s overall China consulting team. Gavin graduated from Newcastle University with a first class honours degree in Politics, Economics and Chinese Language.

    • Guest of Honour Speech

    • A changing marketplace? - Energy trends and strategic challenges

      • Energy transition – EVs, renewables
      • How are majors adjusting to changed environment

      Speakers

      • Gavin joined Wood Mackenzie in 1997, managing the company's Asia Pacific Energy Markets team from 2000-2003. Between 2003-2014 Gavin was based in Beijing managing Wood Mackenzie’s China research. During this time he worked on a range of projects with domestic and international energy companies including the development of international growth strategies, upstream opportunity screening, LNG project evaluation, Chinese provincial gas price forecasting, analysis of the Chinese CBM market, and the influence of China on Pacific Basin gas markets and pricing. Gavin relocated to Wood Mackenzie’s Tokyo office in early 2014 to head Wood Mackenzie’s gas and power research across North East Asia. In Early 2016 Gavin returned to Beijing to head Wood Mackenzie’s overall China consulting team. Gavin graduated from Newcastle University with a first class honours degree in Politics, Economics and Chinese Language.

    • Gas/LNG/power – How will the corporate landscape and market dynamics change

      • PERTAMINA and PGN – merger implications
      • Lessons learnt from elsewhere
      • Changes in power capacity build and the impacts on gas

      Speakers

      • Edi Saputra covers the Primary Fuel Fundamentals analysis for Wood Mackenzie in Singapore. He is responsible for the gas & power and LNG analysis for the South East Asian markets covering Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore & the Philippines, and leads the energy market analysis for the Asian countries. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Edi has worked with Chevron in several positions. He managed the strategic sourcing and contracting processes for Chevron’s drilling and completion activities covering the light oil, heavy oil, natural gas, and geothermal operations. Edi has assumed a Commercial Coordinator role for ExxonMobil, for its gas marketing and commercialisation activities. He has also held a key consultant position with Accenture, providing insights and advisories for clients in the resource and mining industry. Edi holds a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering (Gadjah Mada), Master of Business Administration (Monash) & Professional Certificate in Energy (Stanford).

    • Coffee Break

    • New partnerships, new approaches in Indonesian Upstream

      • Corporate consolidation or fragmentation?
      • Priorities for NOCs, other local players and IOCs
      • Decommissioning and late life strategies

      Speakers

      • Ashima leads the Upstream Oil & Gas research team in Singapore, responsible for Wood Mackenzie’s coverage of Southern and South Eastern Asia. In her role, Ashima is responsible for providing clients with in-depth commercial analysis and insight on the upstream sector, particularly on asset and corporate valuation, market strategy and identification of growth opportunities. She joined Wood Mackenzie in 2014 as an analyst in the South Eastern Asia team, primarily focused on Malaysia. Prior to Wood Mackenzie, Ashima worked at Lanco Power International leading project management activities on greenfield power projects in Asia and the Middle East. She has also covered a wide range of projects and acquisitions across the energy value chain as part of Centrica’s M&A team based out of Toronto, Canada. Ashima holds a Master of Business Administration degree from INSEAD (Singapore) and a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Holyoke College (South Hadley, MA).

    • Petrochemical opportunities in Indonesia: A huge demand base with immense growth potential

      • The corporate landscape - key players and potential investors
      • Supply-demand outlook of key petrochemicals - where are the opportunities?

      Speakers

      • Darryl joined Wood Mackenzie’s Chemical Research team in 2012. With his experience in both Refining and Petrochemicals (aromatics/olefins), he is managing and developing chemical research products and analytics that integrate closely with existing Wood Mackenzie research. He is also a regular speaker at local conferences and Wood Mackenzie forums. Prior to joining, he spent 7 years in ExxonMobil, with experience in both a manufacturing and a business environment. After various engineering and project-related roles in the refinery and chemical plant, he spent 3 years as a site coordinator/optimiser, serving as the interface between ExxonMobil’s Refining and Chemicals businesses in Singapore and driving site integration and key economic initiatives. His last role in ExxonMobil was Regional Business Planner for Aromatics, overseeing business development and profitability improvements for ExxonMobil’s aromatics sites in Singapore/Japan/Thailand. Darryl holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore.

    • Panel Discussion (Q&A)

      Speakers

      • Edi Saputra covers the Primary Fuel Fundamentals analysis for Wood Mackenzie in Singapore. He is responsible for the gas & power and LNG analysis for the South East Asian markets covering Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore & the Philippines, and leads the energy market analysis for the Asian countries. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Edi has worked with Chevron in several positions. He managed the strategic sourcing and contracting processes for Chevron’s drilling and completion activities covering the light oil, heavy oil, natural gas, and geothermal operations. Edi has assumed a Commercial Coordinator role for ExxonMobil, for its gas marketing and commercialisation activities. He has also held a key consultant position with Accenture, providing insights and advisories for clients in the resource and mining industry. Edi holds a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering (Gadjah Mada), Master of Business Administration (Monash) & Professional Certificate in Energy (Stanford).

      • Gavin joined Wood Mackenzie in 1997, managing the company's Asia Pacific Energy Markets team from 2000-2003. Between 2003-2014 Gavin was based in Beijing managing Wood Mackenzie’s China research. During this time he worked on a range of projects with domestic and international energy companies including the development of international growth strategies, upstream opportunity screening, LNG project evaluation, Chinese provincial gas price forecasting, analysis of the Chinese CBM market, and the influence of China on Pacific Basin gas markets and pricing. Gavin relocated to Wood Mackenzie’s Tokyo office in early 2014 to head Wood Mackenzie’s gas and power research across North East Asia. In Early 2016 Gavin returned to Beijing to head Wood Mackenzie’s overall China consulting team. Gavin graduated from Newcastle University with a first class honours degree in Politics, Economics and Chinese Language.

      • Darryl joined Wood Mackenzie’s Chemical Research team in 2012. With his experience in both Refining and Petrochemicals (aromatics/olefins), he is managing and developing chemical research products and analytics that integrate closely with existing Wood Mackenzie research. He is also a regular speaker at local conferences and Wood Mackenzie forums. Prior to joining, he spent 7 years in ExxonMobil, with experience in both a manufacturing and a business environment. After various engineering and project-related roles in the refinery and chemical plant, he spent 3 years as a site coordinator/optimiser, serving as the interface between ExxonMobil’s Refining and Chemicals businesses in Singapore and driving site integration and key economic initiatives. His last role in ExxonMobil was Regional Business Planner for Aromatics, overseeing business development and profitability improvements for ExxonMobil’s aromatics sites in Singapore/Japan/Thailand. Darryl holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore.

      • Ashima leads the Upstream Oil & Gas research team in Singapore, responsible for Wood Mackenzie’s coverage of Southern and South Eastern Asia. In her role, Ashima is responsible for providing clients with in-depth commercial analysis and insight on the upstream sector, particularly on asset and corporate valuation, market strategy and identification of growth opportunities. She joined Wood Mackenzie in 2014 as an analyst in the South Eastern Asia team, primarily focused on Malaysia. Prior to Wood Mackenzie, Ashima worked at Lanco Power International leading project management activities on greenfield power projects in Asia and the Middle East. She has also covered a wide range of projects and acquisitions across the energy value chain as part of Centrica’s M&A team based out of Toronto, Canada. Ashima holds a Master of Business Administration degree from INSEAD (Singapore) and a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Holyoke College (South Hadley, MA).

    • Networking Lunch

Fees

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