Wood Mackenzie at 4th Annual Indonesia LNG Conference

Wood Mackenzie will be participating at the 4th Annual Indonesia LNG Conference from 18-20 October 2016 at Grand Hyatt Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016
  Edi Saputra, Senior Expert – Gas Power, will be chairing the Opening Plenary at 9:00am and moderating the session Profiling Power Gen Project Opportunities Across Fuel Sources at 11:10am. He will also speak on Local Demand, Imports, and Infrastructure Projects Outlook during the track LNG Sector Outlook at 2:00pm.

Thursday, 20 October 2016
  Nicholas Browne, Director Primary Fuel Fundamentals, will be moderating the session Repositioning LNG Power Generation at 9:40am.

Indonesia gas and LNG: 2016 long-term regional outlook
Regulatory changes continue to influence Indonesia's gas market landscape this year. A merger between PERTAMINA and PGN looks imminent, and seems to be an initial step toward the formation of a national energy holding company. The government released a new presidential regulation to limit piped gas prices for selective industrial buyers. Abadi LNG is likely to be delayed further as the government rejected INPEX's proposed FLNG development concept, preferring a land-based terminal instead. No significant increase is expected in the gas and LNG production over the medium term, amid the decline in existing supply, project delays and limited new discoveries. The midstream and downstream sectors look more buoyant, as gas pipeline infrastructure is expanded, more regas terminals are built and new gas-fired power plants are commissioned. This will result in a strong gas and LNG demand growth, although competition from other fuels particularly coal will also come into play.
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