10th ANNUAL www.coalmarketsasia.com NOW IN ITS 10 th YEAR! 3 Tracks; 30+ C- Level speakers; 50+ speakers all up A Decade Of Bringing Buyers 25+ countries And Sellers Together 250+ attendees 21 – 24 FEBRUARY 2012 RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA, SINGAPORE 60+ sessions Bob Kamandanu Matt Coulter CHECK OUT THE PRE Chairman, APBI-ICMA, Chief Development Officer – AND POST CONFERENCE President Director, Coal, Rio Tinto Energy PT Delma Mining, - AUSTRALIA ADD-ON DAYS! Commissioner, PT Berau SEE INSIDE FOR DETAILS Coal - INDONESIA David Premraj, Corporate Development, Beacon Hill NEW IN 2012: Paul Mulder Resources - MOZAMBIQUE Managing Director Hancock Coal - AUSTRALIA Rodrigo Venegas, CEO, • 3 Tracks on Coal Investment, Coal Trade Blackstorm Energy Co - and Coal Infrastructure / Logistics Semyon Vavilov COLOMBIA VP Business • Coal Producers Dialogue on supply Development Asia security and reliability Severstal - RUSSIA Ken Allan, Marketing • Analyst Briefing on China and India Renato Paladino Director, PT Borneo President Lumbung, Energi & Metal • Energy Companies Roundtable on Arch Coal Asia Pacific - Tbk - INDONESIA Thermal Coal demand USA • In-depth focus on pricing, trade risk management and supply contracts Enebish Baasangombo Dr. Supriyadi CEO President Commissioner • Buyer-Seller Meetup on Coal Sourcing Erdenes MGL - PT Bukit Asam - and Procurement MONGOLIA INDONESIA • Enhanced emphasis on Coking Coal markets“I will recommend this event to • Projects Showcase from Investmentanyone who deals with coal in hotspots - Indonesia, Mongolia, Mozambique, Australia, Colombia,this region” Norfadelizan Abdul Rahman, Head, Commodities, Bursa Malaysia South Africa and Russia • Online Networking Tool – network before and after the event! CO-LOCATED WITH: Open Cut Mine Planning & Operational ExcellencePRODUCED BY: PRESENTATION ENDORSED BY: WITH THE SUPPORT OF: ASSOCIATION PARTNERS: SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR REGISTER TODAY! Call: +65 6508 2401
10th ANNUAL 10 REASONS TO ATTEND: 1 3 Tracks, 30+ C Level speakers, 250+ attendees offering a high quality networking environment 2 50+ speakers and market updates across supply, demand, trade and transportation 3 Enhanced focus on emerging supply markets into Asia – South Africa, Russia, USA, Colombia, Mozambique 4 Consider the latest opportunities in coal finance and investment for thermal and coking coal 5 Hear from top Asian and International traders on strategies for the regional market 6 Review infrastructure developments from key import and export countries 7 Cutting Edge panel debates with Coal Producers, Energy Producers and Industry Analysts 8 Three separate tracks on Investment, Trade and Logistics to benefit your entire team A Decade Of Bringing Buyers 9 Evaluate peer strategies on Price and Contract risk And Sellers Together management 10 Online networking tool for access to all participants, speakers and sponsors 21 – 24 FEBRUARY 2012 RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA, SINGAPORE 2012 SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Bob Kamandanu Chairman, APBI-ICMA, President Director,Ron Wells, ETI Asia Karim Kanji, Head of Coal and Peter S. Sandler, Yeo Ek Meng Patrick, Michael Mewing, PT Delma Mining, Commissioner, PT Berau CoalCredit Manager, Cargill Dry Freight Trading, Barclays Managing Director – Vice President & Director, Executive Director,International Trading Capital Ocean Freight Platform Commodities, Singapore Ambre Energy Head, Louis Dreyfus Exchange Ltd Commodities Visit www.coalmarketsasia.com/video.php to watch last year’s videoHelmi Najmamudin, Aaron Domingo, Executive Azhari Sulaiman, SVP Jeanie Moothoo, Strategy Yong Jae Lee, Senior PLUS - ADD ON DAYS:Head of Coal Division, Vice President & General Ventures 1, Malakoff Manager, Primary Energy Manager, Fuel Team, KoreaPT PLN Manager, Meralco Powergen Power, Malaysia Division, Eskom Holdings South-East Power Co. 21 February 2012: Pre Conference Buyer – Seller Meetup Corporation SOC Limited Coal Sourcing and Procurement 24 February 2012: Post Conference Workshops Morning: Coal Trading & Hedging Afternoon: Negotiating and Managing Coal Supply AgreementsRussell Taylor, Dr. Zhang Jianping, Senior Prof. Dr. Franz-Josef Pawel Olejarnik, Ian Roper, ONLINE NETWORKING TOOLProject Director - Coal Mines, Economist, Director, Department Wodopia, Chief Executive, Senior Energy Analyst, Commodity Strategist,Reliance Coal Resources of International Economic German Coal Association International Energy CLSALimited Cooperation, IIER, National Agency Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China See who is attending, send and receive messages, and make appointments! Conference delegates, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors will have the opportunity to reach out to fellow participants before and after the event. This networking tool will operate from a secure online site,Ashok Mitra, Yuichi Uemoto, Pasoroan Herman Capt. R. Raghunath, Dinh Quang Trung, and participants will be emailed a unique log in and password that willCFO,PT Kaltim Prima Coal GM, Mitsubishi Corporation Harianja, Director, Indonesia Port Executive Vice President, Noble Chartering Ltd General Manager, Import/ Export Division, Vietnam enable access 10 days before and continue till 5 days after the event. Corporation – IV National Coal MEDIA PARTNERS:Capt. Unmesh Abhyankar, Brian Davis, SVP Supply Chain Alberto Migliucci, Head Arun Bhalla, Chief Olarn Thunmanond,Chief Operating Officer, and Operation, of Mining, Energy and Oil & Executive – Power Business Acting Head of CoalMundra Port & SEZ Ltd PT Apple Coal Gas, Investment Banking Development, Shree Technology and Planning - Southeast Asia, Credit Cement Section, Fuel Management Suisse Division, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)Alejandro Duarte Galan, Nguyen Van Tau, Chief of Nicolas Tardieu, Zenny Tran, Michael Evans,Chief Logistics Officer, Hanoi Representative Office, Head Metals & Mining, Coal Team Leader, VP - Energy Minerals,Blackstorm Energy, Tan Tao Energy Corp Asia, BNP Paribas Struc- Ginga Petroleum SGS, USAColombia tured FinancePRODUCED BY: PRESENTATION ENDORSED BY: APBI-ICMA (Asosiasi Pertambangan Batubara Indonesia WITH THE SUPPORT OF: ASSOCIATION PARTNERS: INTERNATIONAL MARKETING SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR PARTNER: – Indonesian Coal Mining Association) was officially established by the coal producers in Indonesia on the 20th September, 1989 and was registered as a member of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce on the 16th October, 2004. The association focuses on developing the business climate for the coal mining sector. REGISTER TODAY! Tel: +65 6508 2401 / Web: www.coalmarketsasia.com
POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP (AM) FRIDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2012 BUYER – SELLER 9.00am to 12.00pm MEETUP COAL TRADING & HEDGING TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2012 Trading the physical coal market • The international coal market – International production and export flows COAL SOURCING AND PROCUREMENT – Quality trends and traded volumes • The standardised coal market – What is it, and how does it work? – Volumes and trends09.00 Sourcing Coal from Indonesia – New / upcoming pools of liquidity • Supplier considerations • Quality factors Separating physical from financial risk with hedging tools • Price determinants • Survey of indices in Asia and their practical use • Risk management in Supply Agreements • The swap market Dr. Supriyadi – Trends and volumes President Commissioner, PT Bukit Asam – Mechanics of a swap • Trading physical coal on index09.30 Korea’s Energy Plan and Coal Purchasing Circumstances – Trends and volumes • Price, Risk, Reliability and other considerations – How does it work in practice? • Due diligence in selecting suppliers and partners • Clearing • Lessons learned in sourcing coal from Indonesia – Why clear? How does it work? Yong Jae Lee – How can clearing support physical trading? Senior Manager, Fuel Team, Korea South-East Power Co. Practical hedging scenarios for Asian producers, consumers and traders10.00 Solutions for Coal to Assure National Energy Security in Vietnam • Update coal demand and supply by 2030 in Vietnam • Strategies for Coal Development in Vietnam • Vinacomin’s Smart Supply Chain: Project or Reality ABOUT YOUR WORKSHOP LEADERS: Dinh Quang Trung General Manager, Import/ Export Division, Vietnam National Coal Patrick Markey Chief Operations Officer10.30 Q & A Followed by Morning Refreshments globalCOAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE Pat Markey, Chief Operations Officer, joined globalCOAL in 2002. In September 2003, he moved11.00 Sourcing Perspectives of a Buyer for a Power Plant in India to Singapore to open the company’s Asian offices. Prior to globalCOAL, Patrick worked as a crude • Quality and specifications of fuel oil and refined products trader at Enron Capital & Trade Resources in Houston and Singapore. • Key drivers in the decision making process Previously, he spent over 10 years working for Conoco Inc. in engineering, supply and trading, • Fuel requirements and sourcing experiences from US, South Africa, Australia and Russia internal consulting, and strategic planning. Arun Bhalla Chief Executive – Power Business Development, Shree Cement Chris Walker Market Manager 11.30 Buyer-Seller Meetup globalCOAL This session offers the opportunity for small to medium-sized coal Chris Walker joined globalCOAL in 2010 as Market Manager. Based in Singapore, Chris is a point of mining companies to make a 10-15 minute presentation on their coal contact for globalCOAL’s clients in Asia and is in charge of establishing new products and markets quality types, supplies available for export and pricing. If you are a small in the region. His focus is on developing globalCOAL’s bespoke brokerage service, particularly to medium-sized coal producer who would like to attend this meetup for the Indonesian market. Prior to joining globalCOAL, Chris worked at JL Group Pte Ltd, in both and who would like to speak on this session please contact Aileen trading and project management. JL Group Pte Ltd is a private investment vehicle with interests Vitug at email@example.com in several mine concessions in East Kalimantan and Sumatra. His role was to attract foreign investment to the mines and to market coal from the company’s sources in Indonesia. Before moving to Asia, Chris was employed in investment banking in his native Australia.14.00 Strategic Raw Materials Procurement for Steel Companies • Indian steel industry &challenges facing • Developing spot market for Coking coal • Coking coal strategy • Securing long term contracts for supplies POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP (PM) Akshaya Misra Deputy General Manager - Procurement, Essar Steel Ltd. FRIDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2012 Case Study: Eskom – Meeting South Africa’s Energy Needs14.30 • Coal requirements 1.00pm to 4.00pm • Challenges and opportunities in coal procurement • Logistics and coal supply strategies Jeanie Moothoo NEGOTIATING AND MANAGING Strategy Manager, Primary Energy Division, Eskom Holdings SOC Limited COAL SUPPLY AGREEMENTS15.00 Q & A Followed by Afternoon Refreshments An integral document, the best Coal Supply Agreements are the ones that are negotiated well SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE in the first place. This workshop will use practical examples and case studies to examine the essential elements of well drafted CSAs.15.30 Securing Coal Supplies for Thailand’s Power Industries • Power generation and policy update • Coal demand and import requirements Elements to be covered will include: • Challenges, key considerations, expectations from suppliers • Evaluating sample agreements Olarn Thunmanond, Acting Head of Coal Technology and Planning Section, • Consideration of key risk factors • Supplier, Trader and Buyer perspectives Fuel Management Division, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) • Dealing with Price and Quality risk16.00 Strategic Coal Procurement in the Philippines • Dispute resolution mechanisms • Power Development Updates in the Philippines • Key Considerations in Coal Purchase ABOUT YOUR WORKSHOP LEADER: • Key Strategies in Coal Procurement Aaron Domingo, Executive Vice President & General Manager Damian Adams Meralco Powergen Corporation Partner,16.30 Structured Commodity Financing for Coal Transactions Watson Farley & Williams LLP • Availability of finance • What are the advantages and costs of structured commodity financing? Damian advises on a range of cross-border corporate and commercial transactions including • Embedded coal hedging M&A, capital markets, joint ventures and corporate restructuring in the transport, offshore Nicolas Tardieu and natural resources sectors. He also advises on structured commodity and trade finance Head Metals & Mining, Asia, BNP Paribas Structured Finance transactions, having acted for producers, traders and financiers in relation to commodities supply, sale and purchase, storage, collateral management and financing and security Adrian Stone arrangements. Damian is a regular speaker at regional conference on various topics relating Director - Mining & Metals, Asia, BNP Paribas Structured Finance to transport and offshore, natural resources and commodities. Damian joined Watson, Farley & Williams as a trainee solicitor in 1997 and in 2008 became a partner in the firm’s office in17.00 Q&A Singapore, where he has been based since 2000. 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DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY, 22 FEBRUARY 2012 COAL SUPPLY SECURITY08.30 Registration & Coffee 09.30 KEYNOTE: From the Ore Body to • IPO of the Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi JSC Customer - Conferring Security Enebish Baasangombo Welcome & Speed Networking CEO, Erdenes MGL08.45 Across the Supply Chain and the Mine A chance to get to know your peers from all tracks before the start of the conference and set a relaxed and informal Development Lifecycle 11.30 Severstal’s Financial and Strategic Targets atmosphere • Where investment is currently being made to assure supply • Steel related mining – first priority investments to customers Aileen Vitug • Emerging markets as key geographic areas for Severstal • Where the fault lines and weak points in security are likely to Conference Producer, IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd emanate from growth • Vertical integration for our steel assets at level of 100% and more • An Australian perspective with a number of other key supply8.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks geographies Semyon Vavilov • Outlining Rio Tinto’s focii and actions VP Business Development Asia, Severstal, Russia Patrick Markey Matt Coulter 12.00 US West Coast Thermal Coals – A New Chief Operating Officer, globalCOAL Chief Development Officer – Coal, Rio Tinto Energy Supply Source for the Asian Market • Overview of the world’s 2nd largest coal producer09.00 KEYNOTE: Indonesian Coal Production 10.00 Balancing the Asia-Pacific Coal Market • Competitiveness of US export thermal coals • Demand and Supply fundamentals for thermal coal • Logistical constraints Targets and Forecast for 2012 • Market fundamentals for met coal • US west coast port developments • Preparing for growth and rising trade flows in export • The US contribution: Current situation and future perspective Michael Mewing markets Renato Paladino • Discussing policy drivers, pricing and investments Executive Director, Ambre Energy President, Arch Coal Asia Pacific influencing coal supply • Dealing with new entrants in the market and new trends in 10.30 Q&A Followed by Morning 12.30 COAL PRODUCERS ROUNDTABLE: coal transactions • Ban on the export of Low Rank Coal (LRC) from 2014 Refreshments Initiatives for Ensuring Supply Security • Investing for solutions in infrastructure & logistics onwards SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE • The quality debate, and room for coal upgrade Bob Kamandanu, Chairman, Indonesia Coal Mining • Providing price reliability Association (ICMA), President Director, PT Delma 11.00 “Tavan Tolgoi” World-class Coal • Partnering with traders, and leveraging Singapore as a Mining, Commissioner, PT Berau Coal Deposits in Mongolia trading hub • Updates of Tavan Tolgoi deposit Please visit www.coalmarketsasia.com for more information. • Mine development and operation plans and timelines • Infrastructure developments 13.00 Networking Lunch SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLETRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 3FINANCE & INVESTMENT COAL TRADE INFRASTRUCTURE & LOGISTICS Chairman : Ben Lawson Chairman : Bart Lucarelli Chairman : Capt. R. Raghunath Chief Development Officer, PT Apple Coal Managing Director, Roleva Energy Executive Vice President, Noble Chartering Ltd 14.00 Trends in M & A activity from an 14.00 Dynamics of the Global Coal Trading 14.00 Matching Indonesia’s Transport Investment Banker’s Perspective Market and Port Facilities to Increases in • The Indonesian and regional coal landscape • Emerging trends between Atlantic and Pacific markets Production • M&A trends in the coal sector • Analyzing trade patterns and quantities traded in physical • Partnering with exporters • Understanding investor appetites and ‘perceived’ risk factors versus paper • Establishing investment criteria Alberto Migliucci, Head of Mining, Energy and Oil & Gas, • Coal Industry in comparison to other commodity markets • Key projects coming up Investment Banking - Southeast Asia, Credit Suisse • Speculating on market liquidity, pricing and risk Pasoroan Herman Harianja, Director Karim Kanji, Head of Coal and Dry Freight Trading Indonesia Port Corporation – IV Barclays Capital 14.30 Partnership and Investment Prospects for Financiers and Investors 14.30 Mundra Port - Development & 14.30 Lessons learned from global trading • Future Financing requirements Infrastructure Update • Assessing the pros and cons of the financing products regions and applications to Asia • Port capacity upgrade available • International Coal Trade and Asia – can we draw parallels? • Improving hinterland connectivity • Domestic vs international financing options • How trading adds value • Key timeframes for project completion • Expansion prospects and developments • Market opportunities and challenges Capt.Unmesh Abhyankar, Chief Operating Officer, Ashok Mitra Richard Payne, ETI Platform Marketing Director Mundra Port & SEZ Ltd CFO, PT Kaltim Prima Coal Cargill International SA 15.00 Q&A Followed by Afternoon 15.00 Q&A Followed by Afternoon 15.00 Q&A Followed by Afternoon Refreshments Refreshments Refreshments SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE 15.30 Update on Infrastructure and 15.30 Investing in Australia’s Coal Sector 15.30 Transforming Asia’s coal trading scene • GVK acquires leading Galilee Basin projects • Physical and derivatives Logistics in China • Basin Quantities - Reserves quantity and quality • Fixed price vs. Floating • China’s import infrastructure • Overview of GVK’s Development plans in the Galilee Basin • Index and transparency • Regional port alternatives for receiving coal including rail and port infrastructure • Trading with minimum risk • Easing Port congestion • Opportunities and challenges for investors • Roles of brokers, clearing houses Ian Roper Paul Mulder Zenny Tran Commodity Strategist, CLSA Managing Director, Hancock Coal Coal Team Leader, Ginga Petroleum 16.00 Logistics Considerations on Exporting 16.00 South African Coal Resources and 16.00 Managing Coal Price Risks and Credit & Transporting Coal from Colombia Reserves – how viable a resource? Risks through an Exchange Clearing • Road and railroad projects • The Coalfields of South Africa • Hedging – a Tool to Managing Price Risks • Expansion of ports and handling capacity • Historical and Recent Coal Resource Estimates • Mitigating Credit Risks through Clearing • Logistics challenges and transport bottlenecks • Current Coalfield Developments • SGX Coal Swaps – Adding New Dimensions Alejandro Duarte Galan, Chief Logistics Officer, • Challenges Facing Future Development • Settlement of Swaps, Costs and Concern Blackstorm Energy, Colombia Grant van Heerden Yeo Ek Meng Patrick, Vice President & Director, Principal Coal Geologist, The MSA Group Commodities, Singapore Exchange Ltd 16.30 CASE STUDY: Coal import logistics for 16.30 Coking Coal Derivatives, taking the a power plant in Vietnam 16.30 CASE STUDY: Investing and next step with a new tool • Demand for imported coal Developing Mine-Mouth Power Plants • Coking Coal Derivatives development to date • Logistics infrastructure from buyer side • Introduction to Reliance Power • Risk Management and Application Nguyen Van Tau, Chief of Hanoi Representative • Power Station Development • Working the Steel Margin Office, Tan Tao Energy Corp. • Coal Supply Security for Reliance Power Kristian Thunes • Coal Mine Development – India and Indonesia Director of Commodities, Credit Suisse Russell Taylor, Project Director - Coal Mines Reliance Coal Resources Limited 17.00 End of Conference Day 1 – Networking Cocktail Reception SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / email@example.com / www.coalmarketsasia.com
DAY TWO: THURSDAY, 23 FEBRUARY 2012 COAL DEMAND SCENARIOS09.00 Treading water or full steam ahead: The 10.30 Q&A Followed by Morning 12.10 ENERGY COMPANIES ROUNDTABLE: role of coal in driving economic growth Refreshments Current and Planned Power Plant in an emissions-constrained world SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE Construction • Coal, the backbone of global electricity generation • Increases in energy demand • Importance of China and India for coal and energy markets • Current generation and plans for future capacity • Developments in coal supply costs • Key projects and timelines 11.00 ANALYST BRIEFING: How are Buyer’s • Coal sourcing and procurement strategies being considered • Policy and technology actions for climate change Paweł Olejarnik Needs Changing? Azhari Sulaiman, SVP Ventures 1 Senior Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency • Impact of Japan crisis on Asian coal demand Malakoff Power, Malaysia • How will India’s demand effect the global market? • Mongolia a lot of potential but can it deliver? Jeanie Moothoo, Strategy Manager, Primary Energy09.30 Update on German and European imports • Growth of the Steel sector and its soaring coal needs Division, Eskom Holdings SOC Limited, South Africa • Overview of European coal and lignite production Moderator:Yuichi Uemoto, General Manager, • Decreasing European coal production and imports Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan Dinh Quang Trung, General Manager, Import/ Export • Overcoming resistance against coal use through Division, Vietnam National Coal Mineral Industries sustainability arguments – Coal vs. gas vs. nuclear Ian Roper • Can resistance against coal be resolved? CCS as a key element? Group (Vinacomin) Commodity Strategist, CLSA • Development of new power plants in Germany • Outlook for European Coking Coal Isnaputra Iskandar Aaron Domingo, Executive Vice President & General Prof. Dr. Franz-Josef Wodopia Equity Analyst, Nomura Holdings Manager, Meralco Powergen Corporation Chief Executive, German Coal Association Philippines 11.40 China’s Role in Global Coal Markets Olarn Thunmanond, Acting Head of Coal Technology10.00 Indonesia’s Domestic Power • Challenges faced by Chinese Coal Mining Industry and Planning Section, Fuel Management Division, Production and Demand Update • Scenarios and prediction of China’s Coal Demand Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand • Coal-fired power generation and mine-mouth plant • Prospect and Potential of Import and Export of Coal in China (EGAT) construction update • Policy suggestions and update • PLN and IPP Power Plants, and impact on DMO Dr. Zhang Jianping, Senior Economist, Director, • Coal pricing, long term contracts and relevant energy policies Department of International Economic Cooperation, IIER, National Development and Reform 12.50 Q&A Helmi Najmamudin Head of Coal Division, PT PLN Commission (NDRC), China 13.00 Networking Lunch SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLETRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 3FINANCE & INVESTMENT COAL TRADE INFRASTRUCTURE & LOGISTICS 14.00 Mozambique – New Hotspot for 14.00 Mitigating trade disputes through 14.00 Dry Bulk Freight Outlook and its Investment? sampling precision – How good are Impact on Coal Markets • Opportunities and challenges in the region the numbers • Fuel prices and their impact on fleet supply • Beacon Hill Resources and the Minas Moatize Project • Why load port and discharge port results will differ • Shifting trade patterns • Key Country risk factors • How should samples be taken to minimize the differences • Scrapping - can it make a difference? David Premraj, Corporate between load and discharge port results Peter S. Sandler, Managing Director – Ocean Freight Development, Beacon Hill Resources • How should contracts address the issue that sampling is a Platform Head, Louis Dreyfus Commodities statistical process and there is impression in the results 14.30 Due Diligence in Securing Michael Evans 14.30 Logistics Update from Australia VP - Energy Minerals, SGS, USA Columbian Coal • Increasing Chinese and Indian interest in coal mining in 14.30 Price Review in Coal Supply Agreements 15.00 Q&A Followed by Afternoon Colombia • Various coal qualities available in Colombia • Considerations in documenting quarterly and monthly Refreshments • How best to take advantage of this growing market? price review processes SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE • Accessing investment opportunities • Understanding the implications of short-term pricing on • Regulatory requirements to consider other elements of coal supply agreements Rodrigo Venegas • Practical tips for coal supply agreements which 15.30 Managing logistics in Indonesia accommodate short-term pricing CEO, Blackstorm Energy Co. from Mine Site to Vessel Simon Scott • Managing client and government expectation Partner, Minter Ellison 15.00 Q&A Followed by Afternoon • Working with suppliers to achieve outcomes • Driving new methods of loading vessels to achieve Refreshments 15.00 Q&A Followed by Afternoon great GLR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE Refreshments Brian Davis, SVP Supply Chain and Operation PT Apple Coal SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE 15.30 Investing in Indonesia’s Coking Coal 16.00 Increasing coal imports into Reserves 15.30 Updated Developments on • Opportunities and challenges in developing a coking coal India and the readiness of port mine Indonesian Coal Prices infrastructure • Impact of new Indonesian coking coal supplies being • Regional Coal Pricing Trends • How far are India’s port’s geared in handling the growing brought into the marketplace • ESDM Methodology for Calculating the monthly HBA and HPBs coal imports? • Pricing, regulatory and infrastructure concerns • GOI Coal Price Regulation (Permen 17/2010) and its • Overview of India’s port upgrades and developments Evolving Interpretation by ESDM and MEMR Ken Allan, Marketing Director • Impact of Krishnapatnam Port on the dynamics of coal • Coal Industry Responses and Affects on Buyer imports into India PT Borneo Lumbung Energi & Metal Procurement Risk • Connecting ports to end users – How are India’s railways Bart Lucarelli adapting in line with port expansion? 16.00 Capital raising for Coal Investments Managing Director, Roleva Energy Jithendra Nimmagadda, Vice President Marketing • Financing options available Krishnapatnam Port Company • Lender requirements 16.00 Risk Management Techniques and Tools • Country risk factors influencing lenders • Understanding price and market risks 16.30 Q&A • Managing operational and credit risk 16.30 Q&A • Performance and payment as key types of credit risk • Protecting your company’s solvency and profitability Ron Wells, ETI Asia Credit Manager Cargill International Trading 16.30 Q&A 17.00 End of Conference REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.coalmarketsasia.com
10th ANNUAL 21 – 24 FEBRUARY 2012 RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA, SINGAPORE2012 PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE21 February 2012 22 February 2012 23 February 2012 24 February 2012BUYER-SELLER POST CONFERENCE MAIN CONFERENCE DAY 1 MAIN CONFERENCE DAY 2MEET UP WORKSHOPS PLENARY SESSIONS: PLENARY SESSIONS: Coal Supply Security New Demand DriversCoal Sourcing Coal Tradingand Procurement • Keynote Addresses – Indonesia and Australia Coal Export Scenario • International Energy Agency update on Coal in the energy economy & Hedging • Sourcing Options from U.S., Mongolia and Russia • Analyst Briefing: China and India Demand Update • Coal Producers Roundtable: New Initiatives for Supply Reliability • German and European imports • Energy Companies Roundtable Networking Lunch TRACK 1 TRACK 3 TRACK 3 TRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 3 Negotiating andCoal Sourcing and Finance and Coal Trade Infrastructure Finance and Coal Trade Infrastructure Managing Coal SupplyProcurement Investment and Logistics Investment and Logistics AgreementsWITH A 10 YEAR HISTORY, THE COAL MARKETS CONFERENCEIS TODAY RECOGNIZED AS THE PIVOTAL FORUM FOR ANY 250+ ATTENDEESPROFESSIONAL INVOLVED IN THE INDUSTRY IN THIS REGION.The Asian coal industry has given the event a resounding thumbs-up, and acknowledged its role in setting IN 2011!future directions alongside enabling business. In 2012, Coal Markets celebrates its 10th anniversary, with anenviable line up of speakers, new focus on coal investment and trade, and an in-depth look at transportation Over 90% Coal Related IndustryProfessionals:and logistics projects.Demand drivers continue to underpin strong trade fundamentals, with international coal trade figures n Mining Companies ..........27%expected to top 938 Mt. Apart from working with market drivers, the industry also needs to embrace the n Traders ................................ 15%complexities of trade, finance and law in a global market place. n Power Generation........... 15% n Industrial Users...................7% n Chemical Companies...... 11%Coal Markets 2012 will equip the contemporary coal professional with invaluable tools and n Shipping Companies ........ 6%networking options – don’t miss it! n Vendors ................................. 2% n EPC Companies .................. 3% n Consultants ......................... 4% n Banking & Finance .........10% PARTNERSHIP AND PROFILE BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES AT THE 10TH ANNUAL COAL MARKETS Present a keynote session, launch a product, sponsor a lunch or cocktail, demonstrate that pioneering technology you have developed – the options are endless. International Representation From: Key decision makers from the coal industry will converge in Singapore to outline new projects, infrastructure and logistics requirements, and technology expectations. This is your chance to reach out to them! n South East Asia................67% n Middle East .......................... 2% n Europe & US ........................ 2% n Oceania ................................. 6% n East Asia .............................16%EXHIBITION FLOORPLAN R n South Asia.............................7% S SOLD R RESERVED S S S “EXCELLENT SELECTION OF PAPERS INTERNET R AND SPEAKERS. VERY INFORMATIVE KIOSK OF THE INDONESIAN COAL INDUSTRY.” Patrick Hanna, Executive Director, Cokal Ltd, Australia “I WILL “I AM SUPERHAPPY WITH THE QUALITY R DEFINITELY AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY AT RETURN.” IBC ASIA’S COAL MARKETS.” Dr. Bodo Goerlich, President & CEO, STEAG State Power Inc., Philippines Michael Petersen, Technical Advisor, CSL Asia, Singapore INTERNET KIOSK “EXTREMELY KNOWLEDGEABLE, WOULD DEFINITELY LIKE TO COME NEXT YEAR. LOVED IT.” Farah Agha, Director, Al Nur, Dubai, U.A.E. For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the 10th Annual Coal Markets, please contact: Ms. Catherine Wong Tel: +65 6508 2469 Email: email@example.com
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All payments should be made in Singapore dollars. 3 ½ Day Package (2 day Conference + Pre Conference + Payments by S$ bank draft or cheque should be made in ONE Post Conference Workshop) Post Conference AM Workshop favour of “IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd” and mailed to: Post Conference PM Workshop IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd c/o Informa Regional Business Services 3 Day Package SGD 3,695 SGD 3,895 SGD 3,995 SGD 3,595 111 Somerset Road (2 day Conference + ONE Add On Day) TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Pre-Conference Meetup Singapore 238164 2 Post-Conference Workshops Attn: The Accounts Receivable Team 2 ½ Day Package SGD 3,295 SGD 3,495 SGD 3,595 SGD 3,195 (2 day Conference + ONE Post Conference Payment by telegraphic transfer in S$ must be made to: Workshop) IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd Post Conference AM Workshop A/CNo.: 147-059513-001 (SGD) Post Conference PM Workshop The Hongkong and Shanghai 2 Day Package SGD 2,895 SGD 3,095 SGD 3,195 SGD 2,795 Banking Corporation Limited (2 day Conference Only) 21 Collyer Quay, HSBC Building, Singapore 049320 GROUP BONUS - Register 3 Delegates from the same company and the 4th Delegate attends FREE! Bank Swift Code: HSBCSGSG Bank Code: 7232A 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST) is applicable to all Singapore based companies for Singapore venue. All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and complete set ofdocumentation. It does not include the cost of accommodation and travel. Payment by Credit Card (AMEX, VISA or MASTERCARD).Delegate 1 Details Delegate 2 Details Please provide your Card Number, Name of Cardholder,Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Expiry Date and Signature and send it by fax toJob Title: Job Title: +65 6508 2407.Department DepartmentTel: Tel: CANCELLATIONS / SUBSTITUTIONMobile No.: Mobile No.: Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate isEmail: Email: welcome at no extra charge. Cancellations must be receivedDelegate 3 Details Delegate 4 Details in writing at least 10 business days before the start of the event, to receive a refund less 10% processing fee perName: Dr/Mr/Ms Name: Dr/Mr/Ms registration. The company regrets that no refund will be madeJob Title: Job Title: available for cancellation notifications received less than 10Department Department business days before the event.Tel: Tel:Mobile No.: Mobile No.: IMPORTANT NOTEEmail: Email: Please quote the name of the delegate, event title and invoice Please photocopy for additional delegates number on the advice when remitting payment. BankWho is Head of your Department? charges are to be deducted from participating organisationsWho is Head of Training? own accounts. Please fax your payment details (copy of remittance advice, cheque or draft to +65 6508 2407.Company Name: Main Business/Activity:Address: Postal Code: Attendance will only be permitted upon receipt of full payment. Participants wishing to register at the door areP51335 SPEX CS RET TS GII MEDIA EM WEB SPK responsible to ensure all details are as published. IBC Asia will not be responsible for any event re-scheduled or cancelled.Payment Method (Please tick:) I enclose my Cheque/Draft payable to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd I am paying by bank transfer (copy attached) DATA PROTECTION Payment by Credit Card: ❑ Visa ❑ Mastercard ❑ Amex The personal information entered during your registration/Card Holder’s Name: Signature: order, or provided by you, will be held on a database and may REG NO. 200108203N be shared with companies in the Informa Group in the UK andCard Number: Expiry Date: (mm/yy) internationally. Sometimes your details may be obtained from (Please provide photocopy of front & back of your Credit Card) or shared with external companies for marketing purposes. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please contact Winnie Seah (database) on database@ibcasia. REGISTER NOW! FAX BACK TO +65 6508 2407 com.sg Tel: +65 6508 2468 or Fax: +65 6508 2408.