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  • 1. Sanusi WiradimajaChairman of Indonesia Lube Society (MASPI)
  • 2. The Indonesia Fuel andLube Conference andExhibition The Indonesia Fuel and Lube Conference and Exhibition (IFL) is a series of international business to business industrial event, organized by the Indonesian Lubricants Society (MASPI) now being conducted for the second time, with the objective showcasing the progress and advancement of Indonesian downstream oil and gas industries in Fuel and Lubricants Sector
  • 3. The 1 st Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 21-22 November2006 The 1st Indonesia Fuel And Lube Conference and Exhibition was held successfully inaugurated by the Director General of Oil and Gas of The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, on 21 – 22 November 2006 in Jakarta , carrying a theme “ Reduce Cost Through Better Fuel and Lubricant”
  • 4. The 1 st Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 21-22 November2006 The latest policy of fuels and lubricants industry was presented by the Ministry of Industry of The Republic of Indonesia This event and emphasized the need to have breakthroughs in many aspect energy sector, as it is vital for future economic security of the country
  • 5. The 1st Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 21-22 November2006 Various experts from the areas of fuel quality, and lubricant formulations presented their research findings Over 300 delegates participated in this event Our hope the IFL will become an ideal platform for technocrats of the industries, scientists, engineers, researchers, academicians and policy makers to exchange ideas and forge business relationships
  • 6. The 1 st Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 21-22 November2006 Various aspects of fuel and lubricants were discussed in detail with the conclusion were: o improvement of people/industry understanding on standard quality and performance of fuel and lubes o monitoring of product in the market and while in use and measure the best its value to fit the technical requirement and at lower cost of the whole operations activities
  • 7. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & Lube Conference and Exhibition (IFL 2007 ) organized to follow the success of the 1st, in the initiative to present to the industry one integrated forum for the industry to discuss the advancement of this vital sector both in technical aspect and all other aspects in the manufacturing and marketing area The theme of this great event is “Setting Priorities for Better Environment, Better Fuel and Lubricant for Better Air”
  • 8. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 As we are all aware the unprecedented industrial development in Indonesia during the last two decades, accompanied by a growing population, has increased the amount of environmental damage
  • 9. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 One of the most important environmental problems is that the level of air pollution in several large cities has become alarming, particularly in the last few years. This increasing pollution level has stimulated many environmental management organizations to urge the government to take actions
  • 10. The 2 nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 The Government in the other hand has tried to develop the clear air initiative that has been in progress as a national clean air program since early 1990 Fuel quality in Indonesia was never been developed properly relate to environment requirement
  • 11. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Since the late 1980’s government regulations in Europe Union, USA and Japan have started to set exhaust gas emission limits on new vehicle The limits are to control CO, HC, Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Particulate Matter (PM)
  • 12. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Emission standard have been regularly updated, and limits are generally reduced, limits into the future have already been set, predominantly up to about 2008 but in at least one case up to 2010
  • 13. The 2 nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Global environmental regulation and fuel economy restriction are putting more emphasis on development of new low emission engines In EU emission legislation Euro series: Euro I (1993), Euro II (1996), Euro III (2000), Euro IV(2005/6), Euro V will be (2008) and Euro VI (2014) hopefully
  • 14. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Today in the area of emission legislation Euro IV word widely, has lead to wider use of internal engine design such as Exhaust Gas Resirculation (EGR) and after treatment system such as SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction), Three Way Catalyst (TWC), Lean NOx Traps (LNT) and DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) in most of Heavy Duty Diesel Engine, advanced and reliable engine and exhaust after treatment technology have to be developed
  • 15. The 2 nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Fuel quality expected to deteriorate in next 5 year due to better fuel requirement, in contrary oil supply and price was politically beyond controlled. China and India fuel requirement was significantly increasing The fuel quality have to go hand in hand with engine technology development and emission requirement at any point in time, and so the refining technology
  • 16. The 2 nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 World Wide Fuel Charter (WWFC) presenting Industry Fuel Quality Requirements launched in December 1998 Many institution contributed in the WWFC development, such as Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (AAM), Association des Constructeurs Europeens d’Automobil (ACEA), Japanesse Automobile Manufacturers Accciation (JAMA), Canadian MotorVehicle Manufacturers Association, Chinese Association of Automotive Industry, Korean Automobile Manufacturers Association, National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of Sooth Africa, Association Mexicana de la Industria Automotriz A.C.
  • 17. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 WWFC define three categories of fuel quality : Category 1 : Fuel quality with no or minimal requirement for emission control Category 2 : Fuel quality with stringent requirements for emission control or other market demands such as US Tier 0, US Tier 1, EU Euro I, and II or equivalent Category 3: Fuel quality with advanced requirements for emission control or other market demand such as LEV (low emission vehicle), ULEV (ultra low emission vehicle) in USA, Euro 3 and 4 or equivalent in Europe
  • 18. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Demand for alternative fuels; Bio-diesel, Ethanol, Bio- mass will grow, but again use of bio fuel will effect lubricant and emission performance New Lubricant Specification required to improve soot handling capability, TBN retention and after treatment system compatibility
  • 19. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Use of incorrect lubricant will impact to the cost of maintenance to the vehicle ownership; DPF blocking, resulting increasing fuel consumptions, potential deactivation of the catalyst of the after treatment system
  • 20. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 How did the Heavy Duty Diesel Engine formulate to meet environment requirement? ACEA E series (E4, E5, E6, ..) specifications or API CI-4, API CI-4 Plus, and API CJ-4, series of HD Lubricant formulations classification designed to protect emission control system and help comply with emission standard
  • 21. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Environmental value is additional cost to industries, especially in the conditions of very high fuel price, government has to arrange best solution such as tax incentive or value of technical saving from fuel economy and selection of proper lubricant, lead to reduction of catalyst and filter maintenance or replacement
  • 22. The 2 nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Fuel Economy: SCR provides 2 – 5 % fuel economy = 30 to 50 M IDR per year Backpressure build up in a DPF can also have debit on fuel economy, increase in regeneration of catalyst lead to increased fuel consumption Result on field testing of Euro 4 heavy duty diesel engines fitted with DPF using low sulfated ash ACEA 6 compared higher ash ACEA 4 Oils: o Increased DPF blocking over 140 % faster o Increased back pressure over 5 times greater o Increased fuel consumption 1.5 % worse
  • 23. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 Base on those environmental regulation and fuel economy restriction the 2nd IFL 2007 will discus “Alternative Energy Advancement Progress” as well as “Use of Bio- Fuel in engines & related lubricants”, however most of the topics will still be emphasizing on “The Technical Aspect of Fuel and Lubricant” along side with the topics in government policies and opportunities in national and regional market
  • 24. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 In two days event are attended by more than 500 attendants, delegates/authors from related fields of the industry Major policy makers from Indonesian government are also participates and present nation’s vision & views on various important issues
  • 25. The 2nd Indonesia Fuel & LubeConference and ExhibitionJ.W. Marriott Hotel – Jakarta, 19-20 November2007 To all participant, such as Departement of Energy and Mineral Resources, Department of Industry, Indonesian Oil & Gas Downstream Regulatory Body, Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities Center, Indonesia Oil and Gas Community, Clean Emission Partnership as Supporter, PERTAMINA as Sponsor, SK Energy, Lubrizol, Pertagas, Valvoline, Total, Shell Chevron Oronite, Fuchs, Evalube, Petrogas Services, PT LAPI ITB as Co- Sponsor, committee and all attendance, who give contribution for us to provide this event, Indonesian Lube Society (MASPI) as host would like to highly appreciate of your participation
  • 26. our world is only onekeep green and freshtill our next-next generation
  • 27. Sanusi Wiradimajasanusi_wiradimaja@yahoo.com +628134390435