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  1. 1. REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: (65) 6508 2401REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: +65 6508 2401 21 – 24 FEBRUARY 2011 MANDARIN ORCHARD, SINGAPORE Organised by: www.coalmarketsasia.com TOP INDONESIAN EXPERTS Sunaryo Director General of Sea Transportation, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia Richard Lee Managing Director, PT Kideco Jaya Agung David Heap Marketing Director, PT Harum Energy Tbk Raymond L. Chirwa Pr Eng CEO, Richards Bay Coal TerminalCo.LtdSouthAfrica Marcus McAuliffe Executive Vice President and CEO, Coal Operations, QRNationalCoal,Australia Nguyen Xuan Hoa CEO, PetroVietnam Coal Import and Supply Company Nur Pamudji Primary Energy Director, PT PLN (Persero) KV Rao Managing Director, TrustEnergyResources (aTata Power Subsidiary) UripTrimuryono President, Indonesia Cement Association 2 Half Day Post Conference Masterclasses Partha Bhattacharyya Chairman, Coal India ZhangYansheng Director General, IIER, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China C.H. Lee PresidentDirector,PTMega Global Energy, General Manager, LG International, Korea Bob Kamandanu Chairman, Indonesian CoalMiningAssociation (ICMA), Commissioner, PT Berau Coal Jeffrey Mulyono President Director, PT Bhakti Energi Persada Serm Munkong Port Head, Bontang Coal Terminal, Indonesia WORLD’S LARGEST COAL INFRASTRUCTURE LEADERS Capt. Sandeep Mehta CEO, Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone, India BIGGEST BUYING MARKETS Pre-Conference Symposium on“Investing and Acquiring Indonesian Coal Assets” 21 February 2011 (9.00 – 18.00) [A] Coal Supply and Purchase Agreements (9.00 – 12.00) [B] CoalTrading – How to Use Coal Swaps? (13.00 – 17.00) 24 February 2011 Featuring 2stand-alone conferences with a combined 60+speaker panel talking about end to end Coal supply, demand and operations – across 4power packed days worth of business dealings with Asia’s top thermal coal investors and buyers! for 2011? What’s New 1 International Coal Week Benefit from the shared networking sessions! Co-located with: • ADDITIONAL track on Coal Transportation and Logistics • Stellar speaker line-up of 45 top level, highly influential executives, including 24 C-level experts • CxO Roundtable on the implications of the implementing regulations of the Indonesian Mining Law • Buyer – Supplier Interface on 2011 predictions, supply security and market opportunities • Symposium on Investing and Acquiring Indonesian Coal Assets • Infrastructure update from the largest coal facilities in India, South Africa, Australia and Indonesia Bambang Gatot Ariyono Director for Mineral and Coal Production, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia Dr. Ir. Deddy Saleh, M.S Director General Foreign Trade, Ministry ofTrade of Indonesia Dr. Supriyadi President Commissioner, PT Bukit Asam Micky Hehuwat Director-Deputy Chief Business Development Officer, PTIndikaEnergyTbk Asia’sONLYGloballyFocusedCoalImport,Export and Supply Chain Event! POWER GENERATION Tabletop Sponsors:
  2. 2. REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: (65) 6508 2401 www.coalmarketsasia.com 21 – 24 FEBRUARY 2011 MANDARIN ORCHARD, SINGAPORE 10 Reasons To Attend Coal Markets 2011: • 200+ attendees in 2010 with over 50% senior management decision makers • Over 90% of the audience comprising of buyers, sellers and traders • Over 70% new topics and speakers in a ground breaking programme that will help shape your strategy for 2011 and beyond • 20+ CEOs and Business Heads speaking on key market issues • 30+ presentations on coal supply, demand and supply chain management with the option to choose between tracks • The absolute latest on the Indonesian Mining Law and its practical implications • The only market outlook, trade and logistics event in Singapore that brings together coal producers, traders, buyers and transportation / logistics professionals • More value through an additional track on Coal Transportation and Logistics • Wide range of buyer sectors represented including Power Generation, Steel and Industrial • Demonstrated success in deal making in previous events “Speakers have been well chosen for the topics covered... information has been substantive and very helpful.” Paul Serrano, Vice President, Procurement, Holcim Philippines Inc “The event is very informative and useful. I would consider attending the same event next year and I am very pleased with the people I met.” M. Sundar Raj, Geologist, SKS Transnational TOP INDONESIAN EXPERTS Raymond L. Chirwa Pr Eng CEO, Richards Bay Coal Terminal Co. Ltd South Africa Marcus McAuliffe ExecutiveVicePresidentand CEO, Coal Operations, QR National Coal, Australia What Attendees Said About Coal Markets 2010: Organised by: Supported by: Media Partners: CEMENTMANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION Endorsed by: WORLD’S LARGEST COAL INFRASTRUCTURE LEADERS Capt. Sandeep Mehta CEO, Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone, India Serm Munkong PortHead, Bontang Coal Terminal, Indonesia ASIA’S POWER GEN HEADS AND AUTHORITIES Nur Pamudji Primary Energy Director, PT PLN (Persero) Viroj Sivavong ChiefFuelDepartmentandPlanning Department – Fuel Management Division, Electricity Generating Authority ofThailand Alice Reyes Director, Energy Resource Development Bureau, Department of Energy Philippines KV Rao Managing Director, Trust Energy Resources (aTata Power Subsidiary) Nguyen Xuan Hoa CEO, PetroVietnam Coal Import and Supply Company Partha Bhattacharyya Chairman, Coal India ZhangYansheng Director General, IIER, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China UripTrimuryono President, Indonesia Cement Association YusakuYukita Deputy General Manager, Thermal Coal Business Unit, Mitsubishi Corporation BIGGEST COAL BUYERS AND INVESTORS C.H. Lee PresidentDirector, PTMegaGlobal Energy, General Manager, LG International, Korea D. Damba President, Mongolia National Mining Association Arun Jagatramka Chairman & Managing Director, Gujarat NRE Coke Ltd. Yuichi Uemoto General Manager, Shipping Project Office, Ferrous Raw Materials Division, Mitsubishi Corporation Won Ik Jang Economist, POSRI (Posco Research Institute), Korea INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AND COKING COAL EXPERTS Pawel Olejarnik Senior Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency 2 Half Day Post Conference Masterclasses Pre-Conference Symposium on “Investing and Acquiring Indonesian Coal Assets” 21 February 2011 (9.00 – 18.00) [A] Coal Supply and Purchase Agreements (9.00 – 12.00) [B] CoalTrading – How to Use Coal Swaps? (13.00 – 17.00) 24 February 2011 Asia’s ONLY Globally Focused Coal Import, Export and Supply Chain Event! Dr. Supriyadi PresidentCommissioner, PT Bukit Asam Richard Lee Managing Director, PT Kideco Jaya Agung David Heap Marketing Director, PT Harum EnergyTbk Micky Hehuwat Director-Deputy Chief Business Development Officer, PT Indika EnergyTbk Lukas Hutagalung Program Management Specialist, The National Development Planning Board (Bappenas) Bambang Gatot Ariyono Director for Mineral and Coal Production, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia Jeffrey Mulyono President Director, PT Bhakti Energi Persada Bob Kamandanu Chairman, Indonesian Coal Mining Association (ICMA), Commissioner, PT Berau Coal Sunaryo Director General of Sea Transportation, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia Dr. Ir. Deddy Saleh, M.S Director General Foreign Trade, Ministry ofTrade of Indonesia International Marketing Partner:¤ Tabletop Sponsors:
  3. 3. REGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6508 2401 Web: www.coalmarketsasia.comFax back to: (65) 6508 2407 21 FEBRUARY 2011 [MONDAY] PRE-CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM 08.30 Registration & Coffee 08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Jim Dracopoulos, Managing Director, Corporate & Resource Consultants (Singapore), Pte. Ltd. 09.00 Coal Resources and Reserves of Indonesia • Review of Coal Resource and Reserve estimates from various sources • Examine the varieties of coal types in Indonesia • Review of the effect of changing markets on the estimation of resources • Overview of the development of coal upgrading technologies • Impact of energy distribution networks on the development of remote coal resources • The future of Indonesian coal – proximity to largest growth markets in the world • The need for responsible reporting of coal resources and reserves Patrick Hanna, Coal Geologist, Hanna Consulting 10.00 Infrastructure Developments and Opportunities for Investment in Coal Mining • Medium to long term plans for infrastructure development • Opportunities for investors and financiers • Current investments and project updates • Coal Mining hotspots in Indonesia LukasHutagalung, ProgramManagementSpecialist, NationalDevelopmentPlanningBoard (Bappenas) 10.30 Questions and Discussion Followed by Morning Refreshments 11.00 Success Factors in Investing in Indonesian Coal Mines / Infrastructure Ben Lawson, Founder, PT Motus Gemilang 11.30 Managing Stakeholders: A Critical Non Financial Investment Factor • Indonesia and regional autonomy syndromes • Stakeholders national, regional and local • Stakeholder tracking and management • Working with stakeholders, the street smart approach Affan A. Alamudi, Partner, Royston Advisory 12.00 Lunch 13.00 Tax and Commercial Considerations for Investment in Coal Assets in Indonesia • Key tax considerations for purchasing and managing coal assets • Tax aligned supply chain optimization • Maximizing shareholder value through innovative capital management • Select case studies Nivan Moodley, Indonesian Mining Advisory Leader, Deloitte Consulting 14.00 The Practical Implications of the Implementing Regulations of the New Indonesian Mining Law Understanding the Key Features of the New Mining Law • Licensing structure under the New Mining Law • Domestic processing and refining obligation • Limitation on exports • Impact of the new law to existing businesses under the previous law. Investment in Coal Mining • Setting up a new mining business or acquiring existing ones • Foreign ownership in mining companies and divestment requirements • Legal issues and challenges that you need to consider before investing in coal mining Regulatory Updates • Procedures on determining minerals and coal benchmark price • Procedures for Participation of Subsidiaries and / or Affiliates in Mining Service Business • Domestic Market Obligation for Coal in 2011 Questions and Answers Gregory Ranslam, Senior Foreign Legal Consultant, Makarim &Taira S. Maria Sagrado, Senior Associate, Makarim &Taira S. Fanny Kurniawan, Associate, Makarim &Taira S. 16.00 Securing Coal Supplies in Asia: Options and Legal Issues to take note of • Options available in terms of securing coal supplies: assets or offtake? • Buying coal assets: key aspects and issues • Offtake agreements: are you confident of getting what you bought? • Buying in Asia: local complications and issues Kee Ming Chi, Counsel, O’Melveny & Myers Ratih Nawangsari, Counsel, O’Melveny & Myers 18.00 End of Day 24 FEBRUARY 2011 [THURSDAY] POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP A COAL SUPPLY AND PURCHASE AGREEMENTS This half-day workshop will provide participants with an understanding of coal supply and purchase agreements in general, and an appreciation of the importance of certain key terms, and their relevance when things don’t go quite according to plan. • Coal sale and purchase agreements from the perspectives of both buyers and sellers • Constraints imposed by financing parties for independent power projects • Ways in which parties to coal supply and purchase agreements may protect their interests in the face of market forces • Typical terms of a long term supply and purchase agreement • Critical provisions such as shipping/vessel nomination, dispute resolution, force majeure, and default and termination • Case Study examples Workshop Leader: James Booker is President Director of PT JBCS Indonesia, a consulting company which provides services to clients in the energy, mining and construction sectors. He has 36 years experience in North America, South America and throughout Asia. Prior to forming his own consulting company he was SeniorVice President with PT Paiton Energy, the operator of the 1,230MW Paiton I coal-fired power plant and developer of the 815MW Paiton 3 coalfired power plant, and during his time with PT Paiton Energy he was responsible for the procurement of more than 4.5 million tonnes per year of coal. James is now advising several clients engaged in major power and mining development projects in the region, for which he is providing advice on fuel supply and purchase agreements, EPC contract structuring, dispute resolution, and development strategy. 24 FEBRUARY 2011 [THURSDAY] POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP B COAL TRADING – HOW TO USE COAL SWAPS? 9.00 – 12.00 An education forum for coal market participants to learn more about coal derivatives – OTC swaps, futures and options – the seminar will give even the most novice participants a working knowledge of the coal derivative markets and clearing. Attendees will learn about these important new markets, what role they play in pricing and how they can be integrated into their business practices. • How swaps can limit price risk for buyers, sellers and traders • How do coal derivatives work? • Why are traded volumes growing so quickly in Asia? • Avoiding common pitfalls in trading • Choosing the right product • What type of firms participate? • What are the risks and the advantages? Workshop Leaders: George Ng is the HeadofEnergyandMetalsProducts–Asia in the CME Group, Singapore office. Prior to joining CME Group, Mr. Ng served as assistant Vice President of Market and Membership Development for the Joint Asian Derivatives Exchange (JADE), where he was responsible for promoting commodity derivatives trading and overseeing their promotions and education functions. Mr. Ng also worked for the Singapore Commodity Exchange and Informatics Computer School in Singapore. ZennyTran started her commodity trading career in 1994 at Marubeni Corporation as an operation executive for physical coal and oil. In 1999 she joined Ginga Petroleum (Singapore) Pte Ltd as a broker for naphtha derivatives market. In 2003 she started coal desk for Ginga and has been Coal Team Leader since then. With 15 years in commodity trading and brokering career she is experienced in both physical and derivatives operation, trading, hedging and risk management. Vincent Ngiam started his career in the futures and commodities market back in 1992 as a floor broker in what was known as SIMEX then. Over the years, he had built his career in major broking houses like UOB Bullion and Futures, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi and Nomura Securities, with extensive experience servicing Institution and Corporate clients. He joined Phillip Futures in 2008 on the FOREX and Bullion Desk. At present, he is actively involved in building the firm’s Energy and Commodity OTC capabilities. 13.00 – 17.00 INVESTING AND ACQUIRING INDONESIAN COAL ASSETS 9.00 – 18.00 “High concentration of Asia Pacific specialists & players at 1 event.” Stu Murray, Editor, London Commodity News
  4. 4. REGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6508 2401 Web: www.coalmarketsasia.comFax back to: (65) 6508 2407 DAY 1 – 22 FEBRUARY 2011 [TUESDAY] 08.30 Registration & Coffee 08.45 Welcome & Speed Networking A chance to get to know your peers from both tracks before the start of the conference and set a relaxed and informal atmosphere. AileenVitug, Conference Producer, IBC Asia 08.55 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Dr. Bart Lucarelli, President, LP Power Consultant Ltd 09.00 Assessing the Developments in theWorld Energy Markets and its Impact on Coal Supply • Forecasting the demand pull on coal of developments in energy markets • How emerging economies – led by China and India – will increasingly shape the global energy landscape • Investment in new power generation capacity and implications • What removing fossil-fuel subsidies would mean for energy markets, climate change and state budgets • Challenges for the coal industry in meeting today’s environmental regulations • What fuel poses a threat to coal and how will this impact the future of power generation? Pawel Olejarnik, Senior Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency 09.30 The Government’s Energy Policies and Coal Strategy Bambang Gatot Ariyono, Director for Mineral and Coal Production, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia 09.40 Analyst Insight: Coal PriceTracker • New demand timeframes, and likely trade routes • Influencing factors for medium to long term pricing of coal • Price trends and forecast • Price challenges and risk management Mark Pervan, Head of Commodities & Industry Research, ANZ TRACK 1: ASIA’S COAL SCENARIO TRACK 2: COAL TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS MINING SUPPLY CHAIN SITUATION 14.00 Evaluating Infrastructure Requirements and Developments in Indonesia • Investment update and plans on improving logistics in Sumatra • Current supply routes, required expansion and timelines • Further developments, future requirements, capacity targets Dr. Supriyadi, President Commissioner, PT Bukit Asam 14.30 Role of Contractors in SpeedingTime to Market • Role of effective mine management in the supply chain • Cost reduction schemes on coal transport and haulage • Equipping with effective mechanized systems to facilitate supply chain Micky Hehuwat, Director-Deputy Chief Business Development Officer, PT Indika Energy Tbk 15.00 OffshoreTranshipment Operations and Innovative Solutions MarioTerenzio, Logmarine Advisors Richard Sell, MSC 15.30 Questions and Discussion Followed by Afternoon Refreshments 16.00 Understanding Infrastructure and Logistics Concerns for Indonesian Coal Miners • Illustrating infrastructure in place and how it affects the cost of producing coal • Port expansion and barge operations in Indonesia • Evaluating where infrastructure needs to be built to optimize exploitation of coal resources • Determining the associated costs, benefits, challenges and regulatory implications of providing appropriate infrastructure Panelists: Serm Munkong, Port Head, Bontang CoalTerminal, Indonesia Dr. Supriyadi, President Commissioner, PT Bukit Asam Micky Hehuwat, Director-Deputy Chief Business Development Officer, PT Indika Energy Tbk Ben Lawson, Founder, PT Motus Gemilang 17.00 Assessing Logistics Constraints for Coal Supply Chain from Indonesia to South China • Understanding how to tap key opportunities in China • Solving challenges to exports via land based and offshore loading facilities • Shipping developments and vessel requirements Bosco Lau, Senior Director, IMC Shipping Ltd 17.30 Questions and Discussion 10.10 Questions and Discussion Followed by Morning Refreshments 10.30 Keynote CxO Roundtable: Implications of the Implementing Regulations of the New Indonesian Mining Law • What is the status and impact of DMO in the market? • Methodology and implementation of Indonesian Coal Price reference • Direct effect of the moratorium on deforestation • Carbon/CO2 taxes and their potential impact Panelists: Bob Kamandanu, Chairman, Indonesian Coal Mining Association (ICMA), Commissioner, PT Berau Coal Dr. Supriyadi, President Commissioner, PT Bukit Asam Jeffrey Mulyono, President Director, PT Bhakti Energi Persada Richard Lee, Managing Director, PT Kideco Jaya Agung 11.30 Evaluating the Competitive Strengths &Weaknesses of Indonesia’s Steam Coal Industry • Steam coal export history: Indonesia vs. Australia (1995 – 2010) • Forecasted growth in Indonesian domestic coal requirements • Can Indonesia’s Coal Industry meet expected growth in the domestic and export sectors? • How will the shift to low rank coals affect its steam coal exports? • New steam coal projects in Australia: Are they a threat to Indonesia’s steam coal exports? • Regulatory uncertainty: Might the regulatory uncertainty surrounding Indonesiaís Mining Law seriously damage Indonesia’s reputation as a reliable coal supplier? Dr. Bart Lucarelli, President, LP Power Consultants Ltd 12.00 Questions and Discussion STATE OF PLAY IN CHINA & INDIA 14.00 Examining China’s Role inWorld Coal Markets • Major project and policy updates • Power generation capacity to be commissioned in the near future • Impact on world demand • Coal transport / distribution plans and developments ZhangYansheng, DirectorGeneral,IIER, NationalDevelopmentandReformCommission (NDRC), China 14. 30 Revitalizing India’s Coal Production • Meeting India’s demand for coal • Update on coal reserves, production and pricing in the Indian market • The role of imports to fulfill coal supply/ demand gap • Developments in infrastructure and changes in coal trade Partha Bhattacharyya, Chairman, Coal India NEW FRONTIERS IN COAL SUPPLY/ DEMAND 15.00 Mongolia’s Coal Production and Potential • Key challenges and solution for exporting coal • Identifying prospects for the coal market • Advantages of China proximity and demand • Thermal coal and coking coal production update D. Damba, President, Mongolia National Mining Association 15.30 Questions and Discussion Followed by Afternoon Refreshments 16.00 Industrial Demand: Growth Forecasts for Indonesia’s Cement Industry • Role of low-rank coal on cement production • Best practices on coal preparation and coal upgrading for the cement industry • Demand trends and forecast • Market updates and developments UripTrimuryono, President, Indonesia Cement Association COKING COAL MARKETS 16.30 Analyzing the Global Economy Outlook for 2011 and the Steel Industry • The trends in the global economy and outlook for 2011 • Risk factors for global economy in 2011 • Trends in the global steel industry and outlook • The outlook of Coking Coal Market in Korea and the world Won Ik Jang, Economist, POSRI (Posco Research Institute) 17.00 Forecast for India’s Changing Coke and Coking Coal Scene • Demand and Supply forecasts for metcoal, coking coal and coke • Scarcity of raw materials for steel making – can supply keep up with demand? • Regulatory update and issues Arun Jagatramka, Chairman & Managing Director, Gujarat NRE Coke Ltd 17.30 Questions and Discussion End of Conference Day 1 – Networking Cocktail GLOBAL ENERGY MARKETS AND INDONESIA COAL IN CONTEXT Networking Lunch
  5. 5. REGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6508 2401 Web: www.coalmarketsasia.comFax back to: (65) 6508 2407 DAY 2 – 23 FEBRUARY 2011 [WEDNESDAY] 08.55 Chairman’s Remarks POWER SECTOR DEMAND UPDATE 09.00 Securing DomesticThermal Coal Needs of Indonesia’s Power Industry • Quantifying power requirements • Role of coal in Indonesia’s energy mix • Update on policies, plans and timelines Nur Pamudji, Primary Energy Director, PT PLN (Persero) 09.30 DeterminingVietnam’sThermal Coal Procurement Scenario • Update on power industry demand, energy plans and trends • Assessing Vietnam’s demand for coal • Diversifying procurement – strategies for securing coal supply Nguyen Xuan Hoa, CEO, PetroVietnam Coal Import and Supply Company 10.00 Questions and Discussion Followed by Morning Refreshments 10.30 Strategizing to SecureThermal Coal for Japanese Power Utilities • Trends and developments in the Japanese energy markets • Procurement strategy and import policy • Outlook for thermal coal demand within the electricity generating sector of Japan YusakuYukita, Deputy General Manager, Thermal Coal Business Unit, Mitsubishi Corporation 11.00 Assessing India’s Coal Fired Power Plant Investments and Consumption • Thermal coal demand drivers • Timeframes for new generation capacity • Buying dynamics and pricing in Indian market KV Rao, Managing Director, Trust Energy Resources (aTata Power Subsidiary) 11.30 Ensuring Supply Security by LG International Corporation of Korea • Update on bituminous coal production • Coal supplies strategies, plans and timelines • Power generation coal demand and requirement • Challenges and key learning on investing in coal assets in Indonesia C.H. Lee, President Director, PT Mega Global Energy, General Manager, LG International of Korea 12.00 Questions and Discussion 08.55 Chairman’s Remarks GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS 09.00 How the Supply Chain Can Get More Out of Existing Assets • By aligning contracts to the market realities • By working as an integrated supply chain to maximise throughout MarcusMcAuliffe,ExecutiveVicePresidentandCEO,CoalOperations,QRNational,Australia 09.30 Perspectives from the Single Largest Export CoalTerminal in theWorld • Update on South Africa’s growing exports to the Asian Markets • Best practices of RBCT on reliably and efficiently serving the export markets • Expansion,keydevelopmentstoaccommodategrowingdemandandcapacityincreases • Key success factors: world class quality product , world class health safety and environmental standards, motivated skilled people Raymond L. Chirwa, Chief Executive Officer, Richards Bay CoalTerminal Company Limited, South Africa 10.00 Questions and Discussions Followed by Morning Refreshments 10.30 Reviewing Coal Import Facilities in India from theWorld’s Biggest Coal Importing Terminal • Current capacities, vessel capabilities and challenges • Existing and planned port expansion • Solving congestion and coal handling challenges • Infrastructure investment for increasing coal imports Capt. Sandeep Mehta, ChiefExecutiveOfficer, Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone, India 11.00 Assessment of Key Demand Markets in the Foreseeable Future • What are the key markets for coal that would have significant impact on current facilities? • Key challenges in serving export and import markets • Development and expansion strategies over the next decade Panelists: MarcusMcAuliffe,ExecutiveVicePresidentandCEO,CoalOperations,QRNational,Australia Raymond L. Chirwa, Chief Executive Officer, Richards Bay CoalTerminal Company Limited, South Africa Capt. Sandeep Mehta, ChiefExecutiveOfficer, Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone, India 12.00 Questions and Discussion Networking Lunch 16.00 Update on Infrastructure Expansion Projects and Coal Investments in Indonesia • Overcoming transport bottlenecks and congestion issues • Focus on infrastructure projects and challenges • Infrastructure developments in the region • Coal Mining opportunities in Indonesia Lukas Hutagalung, Program Management Specialist, The National Development Planning Board (Bappenas) 16.30 Dry Bulk Freight Market:Toward a Decoupling between the Pacific and Atlantic Rim? • Will 2011 finally witness the dry bulk market collapse? • 2009/10 : 2 years of unexpected market volatility • Current and future freight rates for Coal: Why are we in unchartered territories? Guillaume Baron, Project Manager, Dry Cargo Chartering, SSY Hongkong 17.00 Buyer and Seller Roundtable: Key Expectations and Predictions for 2011 and Beyond • Addressing the issue of coal supply security • Assessing growth and further opportunities in Asia and in the global setting • Profiling key regions, developments in trading routes and visions of a sustainable future Panelists: David Heap, Marketing Director, PT Harum Energy C.H. Lee, President Director, PT Mega Global Energy, General Manager, LG International of Korea Nur Pamudji, Primary Energy Director, PT PLN (Persero) Nguyen Xuan Hoa, CEO, PetroVietnam Coal Import and Supply Company 18.00 Questions and Discussion End of Conference 14.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Martin Bloemendal, Partner, Energy Edge 14.10 Update on Indonesian Cabotage Law and its Impact on Coal Industry Sunaryo, Directorate General of Sea Transportation, Ministry ofTransportation, Indonesia 14.30 Easing Export Markets: CoalTrade Policy Updates Dr. Ir. Deddy Saleh, M.S, Directorate General Foreign Trade, Ministry ofTrade of Indonesia 14.50 Emerging Demand Patterns in South East Asia • Profiling new sources of demand • Procurement policies and implications for particular grades of coal • Upcoming capacity in industrial and power generation demand • Challenges in transport and ways to reduce logistics cost Moderator: Yuichi Uemoto, General Manager, Shipping Project Office, Ferrous Raw Materials Division, Mitsubishi Corporation Panelists: Mohd Shaiful Bahri Hussein, Managing Director, TNB Fuel Services Bhd, Malaysia Viroj Sivavong, ChiefFuelDepartmentandPlanningDepartment–FuelManagementDivision, Electricity Generating Authority ofThailand Alice Reyes, Director, Energy Resource Development Bureau, Department of Energy Philippines 15.30 Questions and Discussions Followed by Afternoon Refreshments COAL MARKETS: WHAT LIES AHEAD? APBI-ICMA (Asosiasi Pertambangan Batubara Indonesia – 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. “It was a focused event with relevant market participants... insightful and informative.” Sabyasachi Mishra, Vice President, TRDC, MMTC Transnational Endorsed by: TRACK 1: ASIA’S COAL SCENARIO TRACK 2: COAL TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS
  6. 6. THE Forum For Senior Level Decision Makers – 47% in 2010: International Representation From: ■ South East Asia 70% ■ USA and Europe 5% ■ Australia and New Zealand 5% ■ East Asia 15% ■ Indian Sub Continent 5% ■ Coal Traders 15% ■ Financial Institutions 3% ■ Coal Producers 35% ■ Shipping,TransportandPorts2% ■ Governments and Industry Groups 3% ■ Coal Buyers 40% ■ Service Providers 2% ■ Top Management 47% ■ Middle Management 14% ■ First-Level Management 25% ■ Associates 1% ■ Others 13% REGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6508 2401 Web: www.coalmarketsasia.comFax back to: (65) 6508 2407 PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE 21 February 2011 22 February 2011 23 February 2011 24 February 2011 Pre-Conference Symposium: Investing and Acquiring Indonesian Coal Assets Plenary Sessions: • Keynote Addresses • Market Updates • Analyst Forecast • CxO Roundtable Post-Conference Masterclasses A) Coal Supply and Purchase Agreements B) Coal Trading – How to Use Coal Swaps Track 1 Asia’s Coal Scenario Track 2 Coal Transportation and Logistics Networking Luncheon Track 1 Asia’s Coal Scenario Track 2 Coal Transportation and Logistics Plenary Sessions: • Keynote Address • Producers’Panel • Growth Prospects • Buyer-Seller Face Off Coal Markets is Asia’s most comprehensive and focused industry outlook exploring key supply sources and demand drivers to address the issues of supply security, pricing and transport challenges. After the unprecedented success of the 8th Annual Coal Markets in 2010 which attracted 200+ delegates, the 9th Annual Coal Markets conference is back in 2011, and promises to be even bigger and better! In addition to our staple Market Outlook sessions, this 2011 we now have an additional track on Coal Transportation and Logistics. Key Highlights: • Coal Supplier’s Update from the world’s largest thermal coal exporter, Indonesia – PT Bukit Asam, Tanito and Kideco • China’s power generation and coal outlook from National Development Reform Commission • India import policy and requirement from Coal India • Update from the Single Largest Coal ExportTerminal in theWorld – Richard’s Bay CoalTerminal, South Africa • Update from Australia’s Largest Rail Freight Company – Queensland Rail National, Australia • Power update from Trust Energy and PT PLN, PetroVietnam, TNB • Industrial users update from Mitsubitshi, Indonesia Cement Association Over 90% Coal Related Industry Professionals: A Snapshot Of CompaniesThat Attended Coal Markets 2010: • Mitsubishi Corporation • UBE Singapore • MMTC Transnational • Larox Corporation • Mizuho Corporate Bank • Australian Trade Commission • Keppel Corporation • Global Minerals Sdn Bhd • CJ Asia • La Filipina Uygongco • Chahaya Shipping & Trading • Dr Amin Controllers • UOB Bank • ACC Ltd • Malakoff Corporation • Pt Indika Energy • Thermatek Sdn Bhd • Aumund Asia • Klandee International • Drydocks World-SEA • OCBC Bank • Merton Group • Anfari Shipbroking & Agency • Verde Mount Corporation • Phuong Long Construction & Trading • Aboitiz Power Corporation • CLP Power • Karlin Holding • PT Adimitra Baratama Nusantara • Innospec Ltd • Gottwald Port Technology • Avalon Trading • PT Indorama Synthetics • International Trading Partner • PT Pelita Samudera Shipping • PTT International • Bahana Securities • Commodity Marketing Excellence • Doyen Holdings • CIF Trading • KFH Research • Sinam Shipping • PT Bukit Asam • Idemitsu Kosan • Steag State Power • Coal Marketing International • Petrovietnam Coal Import & Supply • TNB Fuel Services • SKS Transnational • POSCO Research Institute • Erdenes MGL • PT Kaltim Prima Coal • The China Navigation Co Pte Ltd • Strong Petrochemical Ltd • Holcim Philippines • GMA Resources • Queda Corporation Sdn Bhd • Devi Trading • Best Virtue Trading • Presidio Union • Zhejiang Pangxin Electronic Power & Energy • Sarawak Energy Group • Tan Tao Investment & Industry • PNOC Exploration GET IN TOUCH WITH US TODAY! For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the upcoming Coal Markets Asia 2011 conference, please contact: Ms. Catherine Wong | Tel: +65 6508 2469 | Email: Catherine.wong@ibcasia.com.sg Coal Markets 2011 –The Ideal Sponsorship Platform For: • Coal Producers and Suppliers • Coal Mining Contractors and Mining EPC Companies • Technology and Equipment Suppliers – targeting the coal logistics value chain • Banking and Financial Service Providers – offering finance and investment solutions to the coal industry • Bulk Material Handling Facility Designers and Solution Providers • Mining Equipment and Service Providers Why ShouldYou Join Us As A Sponsor At Coal Markets 2011? • 200+ attendees in 2010, with 75% of the audience comprising of buyers and sellers • Over50%seniormanagementdecisionmakersrepresenting Commercial,Finance,Logistics, Operations, and Planning / Development • Assess latest coal handling and logistics trends, and position your services accordingly • Pitch for contracts on offer for operations and logistics solutions • Demonstratevalueaddthroughyourtriedandtestedsolutionsforcoaloperations,handling and logistics • Communicate the value that your products and services can add through customized solutions for the Coal industry • Improve your chances of new business generation by being part of an eclectic audience who are there to look for new business partners
  7. 7. GROUP DISCOUNT FREE ❑ 4 Day Package (2 Day Conference + Full Day Pre-Conf + 2 Half Day Workshops) Early Bird Register & pay before 17 December 2010 SGD 4095 SGD 4295 SGD 4395 SGD 3995 Special Rate Register & pay before 21 January 2011 Group Rate (3 or more delegates) Normal Rate Register & pay after 21 January 2011 SGD 3795 SGD 3995 SGD 4095 SGD 3695 SGD 3495 SGD 3695 SGD 3795 SGD 3395 SGD 3495 SGD 3695 SGD 3795 SGD 3395 Payment Method (Please tick:) ❑ I enclose my Cheque/Draft payable to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd ❑ I am paying by bank transfer (copy attached) ❑ Payment by Credit Card: ❑ Visa ❑ Mastercard ❑ Amex P51289 If undelivered, please return to: 1 Grange Road, #08-02 Orchard Building, Singapore 239693 Tel: +65 6508 2401 Fax: +65 6508 2407 RESERVE YOUR PLACE TODAY! REGISTER NOW! FAX BACK TO +65 6508 2407 HOTEL INFORMATION DATA PROTECTION PAYMENT TERMS CANCELLATIONS / SUBSTITUTION IMPORTANT NOTE This label contains your priority booking code. To expedite registration, please do not remove label. If you have already received a copy of this brochure, we apologise. For reasons of confidentiality, your full particulars were not available to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd for deduplication prior to mail drop. MAIL the attached registration form with your cheque to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd No. 1 Grange Road, #08-02, Orchard Building, Singapore 239693 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER Email register@ibcasia.com.sg Customer Service Hotline +65 6508 2401 Fax +65 6508 2407 Web www.coalmarketsasia.com ❑ Yes! I/We will attend 9th Annual Coal Markets • 21 - 24 February 2011, Mandarin Orchard, Singapore REGNO.200108203N (Please provide photocopy of front & back of your Credit Card) Card Holder’s Name: Signature: Card Number: Expiry Date: (mm/yy) Payment must be received 10 business days prior to the event. To take advantage of discounts with an expiry cut-off date, registration and payment must be received by the cut off date. All payments should be made in Singapore dollars. • Payments by S$ bank draft or cheque should be made in favour of “IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd” payable in Singapore. • Payment by telegraphic transfer in S$ must be made to: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd A/C No.: 147-059513-001 (SGD) The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited 21 Collyer Quay, HSBC Building, Singapore 049320 Bank Swift Code: HSBCSGSG Bank Code: 7232 • Payment by Credit Card (AMEX, VISA or MASTERCARD). Please provide your Card Number, Name of Cardholder, Expiry Date and your Signature and send it by fax to +65 6508 2407. The personal information entered during your registration/order, or provided by you, will be held on a database and may be shared with companies in the Informa Group in the UK and internationally. Sometimes your details may be obtained from or shared with external companies for marketing purposes. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please contact the Winnie Seah (Database) on winnie.seah@ibcasia.com.sg Ph: +65 6508 2468 or Fax: +65 6508 2408. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Cancellations must be received in writing at least 10 business days before the start of the event, to receive a refund less 10% processing fee per registration. The company regrets that no refund will be made available for cancellation notifications received less than 10 business days before the event. Please quote the name of the delegate, event title and invoice number on the advice when remitting payment. Bank charges are to be deducted from participating organisations own accounts. Please fax your payment details (copy of remittance advice, cheque or draft to +65 6508 2407. Attendance will only be permitted upon receipt of full payment. Participants wishing to register at the door are responsible to ensure all details are as published. IBC Asia will not be responsible for any event re-scheduled or cancelled. SAVE with the Early Bird & Special Rates! ❑ I cannot attend this event but ❑ Please include me on your mailing list. Please photocopy for additional delegates Delegate 1 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Who is Head of your Department? Who is Head of Training? Delegate 2 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Delegate 3 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Delegate 4 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Company Information Company Name: Address: Main Business/Activity: Postal Code: 9TH ANNUAL COAL MARKETS Fee per delegate ❑ 3 1/2 Day Package (2 Day Conference + Full Day Pre-Conf + 1 Half Day Workshop) ❑ 3 Day Package (2 Day Conference + Full Day Pre-Conf) ❑ 3 Day Package (2 Day Conference + 2 Half Day Workshops) * A 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST) is applicable to all Singapore based companies. * Fee includes luncheons, refreshments and complete set of documentation. It does not include accommodation and travel cost. ❑ 2 1/2 Day Package (2 Day Conference + 1 Half Day Workshop) ❑ 2 Day Package (2 Day Conference Only) SGD 3095 SGD 3295 SGD 3395 SGD 2995 SGD 2695 SGD 2895 SGD 2995 SGD 2595 GROUP BONUS: Register 3 delegates from the same company and the 4th delegate attends FREE! (only one discount scheme is applicable) Mandarin Orchard Singapore 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867 Tel: 65 6831 6032 | Fax: 65 6733 7685 Contact Person: Nurendah Saptorini Email: nurendah@meritus-hotels.com ENJOY SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS WITH OUR MULTIPLE BOOKING DISCOUNT! Register 3 delegates from the same company and the 4th delegate attends FREE!

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