International Mining and Metal Series 6 – 7 November 2012 | Grand Hyatt, Jakarta, Indonesia Policy Implementation, Market Realities, Partnership Models and New Frontiers Key Speakers: Bambang Setiawan, Amiruddin Inoed, Md. Abul Kalam Azad, Advisor, PT Kideco Jaya Agung, Bupati Banyuasin District of Secretary – Power Division, Ministry of Commissioner, PT Golden Energy South Sumatra Power, Energy and Mineral Resources, Mines, PT Gunung Bara Utama Government of the People’s Republic Pandu Sjahrir, of Bangladesh Simon Sembiring, CFO,Cocktail Sponsor: Senior Adviser, PT Toba Bara Sejahtra Wayne Mitchell, PT Indika Corporindo Executive Chairman, Veronica Lukito, Orpheus Energy Limited Nick Halkas, CEO and Managing Director, Executive Director – Natural Ancora Capital Management Subagio Wirjoatmodjo, Resources, ANZ President Director,Endorsed by: Ashok Mitra PT Trimata Group Minesh Dave, CFO, Vice President, Chief Representative, PT Kaltim Prima Coal Fazwar Bujang Tata Power President Commissioner, PT Krakatau Posco Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: +65 6508 2401 | Fax: +65 6508 2407To register: www.immevents.com/indonesiacoal
Welcome About the OrganisersOfficial Letter of SupportAfter the great success of the inaugural Indonesia Coal Investment Forum, the AsosiasiPertambangan Batubara Indonesia- Indonesia Coal Mining Association (APBI-ICMA), is pleasedto announce the 2nd Indonesia Coal Investment Forum to be held at the Grand Hyatt Jakartaon November 5 to 7, 2012. International Mining & Metals IBC Asia International Mining & Metals (IMM) specialises IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd is the Singapore basedThis Forum has been granted official status by ICMA, as the capital raising platform for the coal in the research and production of premium subsidiary of Informa Group plc, listed on themining sector in Indonesia. industry events for the international mining London Stock Exchange, the largest publicly community ranging from bulk commodities, base owned organizer of conferences, events andWith coal production forecast to rise to 380 million tonnes in 2012, the potential for further metals, energy and growing resource sectors. training courses in the world with an output ofinvestments in the Indonesian coal sector is poised to attract even more foreign capital. However, These global meetings provide attendees with more than 12,000 events annually. IBC has beendevelopments surrounding the country’s mining policy on export tax, divestment and low rank vital information, business strategies and relation at the forefront of the Asian conference market building opportunities. since its inception in November 1990.coal exports are creating uncertainties amongst the investment community. Each event in the IMM portfolio is engineered to The company conceptualizes and promotes overThe 2nd Indonesia Coal Investment Forum, organized by IBC Asia and IMM Informa Australia, emphasise business opportunities in each region. 250 conferences and specialist training courseswill give you the opportunity to successfully navigate through the new and upcoming mining in various industry sectors. IBC has producedlaws to successfully invest in the country. The conference will: View the forthcoming IMM Series of events at: successful conferences in Singapore, Indonesia, www.immevents.com Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Middle East, Hong• Provide clarity on the impact of the latest government regulations on ownership of mines Kong, India, Vietnam, Korea, China, Taiwan, Japan and exports and Africa plus select regions in Europe.• Assess investor reactions to changing laws and how it will impact lending criteria• Hear from local mines and international investors on regulatory risk management What’s New for 2012?• Share invaluable advice on raising capital for your project from leading banks, financial • 30+ C-Level speakers; 90% new content; 150+ expected attendees institutions, private equity, fund managers and more • Government Keynote on Ensuring Investor Security in Indonesia’s Coal Sector• Explore how commodity buyers, steel, metals and power companies across Asia are investing • Is Regulatory Risk Overstated? Featuring actual expectations and outlook on policy in Indonesia to secure coal supply implementation• Identify investment and partnership opportunities with junior mining companies, wholly- • Prevailing scenarios in acquisition of coal companies and financing of coal assets owned Indonesian project owners, state-owned mining companies and infrastructure owners • Market realities from first time speakers of wholly-owned Indonesian coal miningAPBI-ICMA would like to encourage the mining and investment communities to take advantage companiesof this valuable opportunity to do business in Indonesia. • Doing Due Diligence – Technical, Legal, Tax & Financial • Investment opportunities in Indonesia’s new frontiers in Kalimantan and SumatraI look forward to welcoming you in Jakarta. • Local and Foreign Investor Perspectives on Successfully Investing in Indonesian Coal • Streamlining land clearance/ acquisition workflow and process Who will You Meet Major & Junior Coal Miners, Exploration CompaniesBob Kamandanu, Chairman Regulators & Govt. AuthoritiesAsosiasi Pertambangan Batubara Indonesia Coal Buyers (Steel, Metals and Power Companies) & Coal Traders(Indonesian Coal Mining Association) Investment Banks, Financiers, Exchanges, Securities & Legal Investors ( Fund Managers, PE Firms, Institutional) Mining Vendors Press & Media www.immevents.com/indonesiacoal
IMM Events Pre-Conference WorkshopIMM events for the Coal Industry – over a decade of history in providing world-class industry Monday • 5 November • 9 – 4pmupdates and discussions Improvement of Land Clearance / Acquisition Europe European Coal Outlook 2002, Nice CIS Russia Coal Markets 2003, Moscow Workflow and Process European Coal Outlook 2003, Nice Russia Coal Markets 2004, Moscow Global Steelmaking Raw Materials 2003, Rotterdam Russia Coal Markets 2005, Moscow Acquiring land for infrastructure and mining projects is a burdensome process considering the Steelmaking Raw Materials 2005, Antalya CIS Coal 2006, Moscow numerous government bodies needed to be consulted and a long history of informal land ownership Euro Coal 2006, Berlin CIS Coal 2007, Moscow that gives rise to any number of individuals or families claiming rights over the land. The Ministry Euro Coal 2007, Berlin CIS Coal 2008, Moscow of Forestry also has a say over the land should it contravene laws on protected forest. However, the EU Coal 2012, Berlin CIS Coal 2009, Moscow law requires that, Mining Permit holders must settle the land title issues with the holders of land CIS Coal 2010, Moscow titles prior to commencing their operation production activities ( Article 136 (1) of Law No. 4/2009) CIS Coal 2011, Moscow Land acquisition is needed before any mining activities can take place and this can be conducted CIS Coal 2012, Moscow in stages. This workshop shall enable you to understand how to improve the process and reduce time taken to acquire the land. Workshop Outline: • Land acquisition procedure under Indonesian Law; • Land Acquisition and Resettlement Action Plan (LARAP) if financed by development banks; • Land acquisition problems; • Methods for settling overlaps between two or more Mining Areas or between a Mining Area and a Forestry/Plantation Area; • Communal Land Rights (Tanah Ulayat) in Indonesia and the procedure for acquiring the Communal Land Rights for a Mining Area; • Is land certificate needed? What type of rights are available for Mining Area and how is the procedure for certification of land? Rahayu Ningsih Hoed, Partner, MAKARIM & TAIRA S. Rahayu Ningsih Hoed has experience in almost every aspect of legal practice from major land acquisitions for infrastructure to mining projects, from project finance for large size power plants (up to 1,320 MW in one project) and from mass termination of employment of more 400 employees in one occasion to arbitration. Yayuk is a sworn translator and has authored/co-authored a number of significant publications. She is Head of the Resolution of Disputes department at the Firm. Praise for Yayuk’s advice from clients include: “incredible, extremely well-considered advice”, “ensuring that deals always involve remarkable levels of risk management”, which derive from her experience as a journalist and as aAsia Africa paralegal.Steelmaking Raw Materials 2004, Shanghai Mozambique Coal 2010, MaputoChina Steam Coal 2006, Shanghai Mozambique Coal 2011, MaputoIndonesia Coal 2011, Jakarta Botswana Coal & Energy 2011, GaboroneKalimantan Coal 2012, Balikpapan Mozambique Coal 2012, MaputoIndonesia Coal 2012, Jakarta Australia Coal Forecast 2000, Sydney Coal Forecast 2001, Sydney Asian Coal Forecast 2002, Sydney Coal Forecast 2003, Sydney Australian Coal 2004, Sydney Australian Coal Insights 2006, Sydneywww.immevents.com/indonesiacoal
Programme Day OneTUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER 2012 11.30 Regulation and the Impact on Investor Lending Criteria • Examining investors’ attitudes towards the risks of mining FINANCING STRATEGIES AND OPPORTUNITIES08.30 Registration and Coffee investments 15.30 Prevailing Scenarios in Acquisition of Coal Companies • Assessing how returns and expectations have changed and Financing of Coal Assets09.10 Chairman’s Opening Remarks with changing regulation • Understanding different ways of investing in coal mines • Identifying long term benefits and overcoming challenges • Financing models and funding strategies POLICY IMPLEMENTATION AND IMPACT in Indonesia • Determining the best entry strategy and structuring equity • Discussing success factors, strategies and considerations investments Nick Halkas, Executive Director – Natural Resources, ANZ • Evaluating risks, investment timelines, exit strategy and09.10 Government Address- Ensuring Investor Security in returns Indonesia’s Coal Sector 12.00 Domestic Demand and Domestic Market Obligation Veronica Lukito, CEO and Managing Director, Ancora Capital Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of (DMO) Implementation Management Indonesia (invited) • How is DMO requirement being fulfilled for the past years • Challenges on securing coal supplies 16.00 Raising Capital through IPOs09.40 Outlook for Future Regulatory Climate • DMO quotas and Pricing • Analyzing the returns and risk of raising capital through • ICMA’s expectations from the government • Energy demand and plans of PT PLN stock exchange • How is the industry evolving with the market changes Chairani Rachmatullah, Senior Manager, Primary Energy • Engaging stakeholders • Likely shape of legislation in the medium to long term Planning and Evaluation, PT PLN (Persero) • Managing expectations of investors Bob Kamandanu, Chairman, APBI-ICMA, President Director, • Planned investments and acquisitions PT Delma Mining 12.30 Questions and Discussion Pandu Sjahrir, CFO, PT Toba Bara Sejahtra Networking Lunch10.10 Is Regulatory Risk Overstated? 16.30 Growth Prospects and Financing Strategies • How are new regulations affecting industry? • Supply and demand pressures for Indonesian Coal MARKET SCENARIOINDUSTRY PANEL • How are local and foreign owned companies dealing with • Strategies of Indonesian coal players to develop in line new regulations? with demand and rising costs • Time frames for implementing regulations to be issued 13.30 Coal Markets Supply Scenario and How it’s Affecting • Assessing a coal company’s capital expenditure and effect on investment decisions Indonesian Coal Producers requirement from production to infrastructure • Views on implementation of export ban, export tax vs Please visit www.immevents.com/indonesiacoal for speaker John Ramos, Finance Director, PT Berau Coal quota systems and programme updates 17.00 Financing Options for Coal Producers in Indonesia • How have asset pricing, terms in coal transactions and 14.00 Successful Local Alliances to Strengthen Growth Strategy • Outlook for commercial banks in lending to mining sector acquisitions been affected? in medium to long term in Indonesia Coal Moderator: Pradakso Hadiwidjojo, President Director, • Indonesia – key player in the export coal market • Current financing options, debt structures and availability PT Pinang Coal Indonesia (Noble Group) • Competitive advantages of operating in Indonesia • Understanding their risk appetites Panelists: • Growth strategy • Identifying project quality and other key factors for Bambang Setiawan, Advisor, PT Kideco Jaya Agung, Wayne Mitchell, Executive Chairman, Orpheus Energy consideration for mining companies Commissioner, PT Golden Energy Mines, PT Gunung Bara Limited Nicolas Tardieu, Head of Metals & Mining, Energy & Commodity Utama Structured Debt, Asia, BNP Paribas Simon Sembiring, Senior Adviser, PT Indika Corporindo 14.30 Analyzing Global Cost Comparisons in Coal Mining 17.30 Opportunities and Risks of Underground Coal Mining in • Where Indonesia sits in the global cost curve Indonesia Minesh Dave, Vice President, Chief Representative, Tata Power • Assessing the opportunity cost of delays brought about • Current and past underground mining operations in by regulation Indonesia11.00 Questions and Discussions • How it affects the attractiveness of investing • Advantages and challenges Morning Refreshments Keith Whitchurch, President Director, PT SMGC • Financial comparison of underground and open pit operations 15.00 Questions and Discussions Dr. Friedrich-Karl Bandelow, Managing Director, Afternoon Refreshments PT. DMT Exploration Engineering Consulting Indonesia 18.00 End of Day 1 Networking Cocktail sponsored by www.immevents.com/indonesiacoal
Programme Day TwoWEDNESDAY 7 NOVEMBER 2012 DUE DILIGENCE08.30 Coffee 15.30 Land Acquisition Phase • Doing geological due diligence09.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair • Dealing with the government approval process • Timeframes from exploration to production NEW BUYERS AND INVESTOR PERSPECTIVES • Access to ports and roads Jim Middleton, CEO, Cokal09.05 Energy Plans and Fuel Requirements from Bangladesh Md. Abul Kalam Azad, Secretary – Power Division, Ministry of 16.00 Tax and Financial Due Diligence Power, Energy and Mineral Resources, Government of the • Doing financial due diligence on land acquisitions People’s Republic of Bangladesh • Catering for the Benchmark Pricing Regime and Domestic Obligation9.30 India Demand for Coal Going Forward and Acquisitions • Securing funding and sharing security rights 12.00 Partnership and Investment Opportunities for Financiers of Mines in Indonesia Ashok Mitra, CFO, PT Kaltim Prima Coal and Investors • India’s increasing demand for coal • Indonesia’s Coal Mining Overview • Activities in investing overseas RISK MANAGEMENT • Indonesia’s Lignite Utilization • Key benefits for investors and project developers • Investment Opportunities on Lignite Gurpreet Chugh, Head – Natural Resources, CRISIL Risk and 16.30 Credit Rating Methodologies • DHE Lignite Development Strategy Infrastructure Solutions Limited • Overview of key credit rating methodologies Kaz Tanaka, President Director, DH Energy, President Director, Pendopo Energi Batubara • How to assess financing suitability through credit ratings?10.00 The PT Krakatau and Posco Merger • How to achieve a positive credit rating? • How to promote operating efficiencies and synergies via Buddhika Piyasena, Senior Director – Head of Energy & Utilities 12.30 Questions and Discussions joint ventures? Ratings Asia Pacific, FitchRatings Networking Lunch • Measuring success • What can industry learn? 17.00 Assessing the Viability of a Coal Project Development in 13.30 Pan Asia’s Role in the Indonesian Coal Scene and a Review Fazwar Bujang, President Commissioner, PT Krakatau Posco, Indonesia of the TCM Project Chairman, Indonesian Iron and Steel Industry Association • Stage of development and valuation ranges • Kalimantan – Number 1 thermal coal exporting region in the world • Do high risks always equal high returns10.30 Questions and Discussions Oliver Mauss, Managing Director, Asia Resource Partners • Indonesia’s role in the global coal industry Morning Refreshments • What does underground coal mining offer investors? • Commercial partners 17.30 End of Conference NEW FRONTIERS IN SUMATRA AND KALIMANTAN Bill Hewitt, In Country Manager, Pan Asia11.00 Government Approval Process in Sumatra 14.00 Operating Coal Mines in Sumatra vs Kalimantan • Land acquisition processes • Coal Mining Projects update • Logistics access, infrastructure and plans • Comparing the challenges of operating in different islands • Investment opportunities • Doing due diligence Amiruddin Inoed, Bupati Banyuasin District of • New and planned investments South Sumatra Aris Munandar, Director, PT Permata Coal11.30 Coal Deposit in Banyuasin District of South Sumatra 14.30 Critical Design Decisions and Capacity Maximisation for • Coal reserves and quality Bulk Material on Rail • Project update • Mega project infrastructure trends • Financing requirements • Pit to Port modelling - Innovative technology Subagio Wirjoatmodjo, President Director, PT Trimata Group Paul Clayton, Technical Director, Transportation, Asia, AECOM 15.00 Questions and Discussions Afternoon refreshmentswww.immevents.com/indonesiacoal
Post-Conference Workshop Sponsorship & ExhibitionThursday • 8 November • 9 – 4pm “Biggest Coal Slump Since ‘09 Dodged by Indonesia:Valuation, Technical Assessment and Due Diligence for Energy Markets” ~ Jakarta Globe – May 10, 2012Mining Projects in Indonesia The growth of Indonesia’s export coal market is making headlines worldwide. ThroughIndonesia’s mining industry is seeing massive growth in investments within the coal mining sector, increasing the sponsorship you will align your business with Indonesiaís growing economy.interest for investors due to soaring Asian energy demand. The need to explore new sites, acquire coal mines, andlook for financing opportunities has been top of the agenda for many players in the coal industry. Benefits: • Maximise your market exposure and reach key decision-makersKey Learning Outcomes • Generate high quality business leads from unrivalled networking opportunities• Find out what “technical due diligence” really means and why it is so necessary in today’s market analysis • Develop strategic partnerships and alliances with key industry players• Develop an awareness of coal mine revenue, capital and operating costs • Strengthen existing business relationships• Examine methods of valuing early stage project and exploration tenements, greenfield and brownfield mining • Benefit from the extensive pre-event marketing campaign projects • Raise your company’s international profile• Learn about valuation of advanced greenfield and brownfield mining projects by discounted cashflow models, • Gain access to customers and prospects creating real business opportunities including sensitivity analysis• Gain an understanding of project financing and guidance on how to raise finance Should you wish to see the sponsorship and exhibitor prospectus please contact:• Understand how bankers and other funding sources assess mining projects• Discuss current market trends and best practices with case studies from Australia, India, Indonesia, Mongolia and Australia, The Pacific and the US: Deen Haniff, Head of Sponsorship & Exhibitions, International Mining & Metals (IMM) Mozambique Tel: +61 2 9080 4357 | Fax: +61 2 9290 2577 | Mobile: +61 407 487 282 Email: email@example.comWho Should AttendRepresentatives from companies securing coal assets such as the power sector including generating utilities, All of Asia and Europe:transmission and distribution companies, coal traders, steel companies, mining companies and other relevant sectors Catherine Wong, Regional Director, Sponsorship – IBC Asiawho are contemplating acquisition and financing of coal mining projects. This course will be particularly relevant Tel: +65 6508 2469 | Mobile: +65 9815 2162 | Email: Catherine.Wong@ibcasia.com.sgto:• Directors, Associate Directors, and Vice Presidents who are, or will be supporting coal projects List of 2011 Attendees• Finance Directors, CFOs, Accountants, Investment bankers, and Corporate Strategists Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc • Adveq Management AG • Aleph Asia Advisors Pte Ltd • Altura Mining Ltd • Aluminium Corporation of China• Mining Engineers, Geologists, and Commercial Managers • Anglo American PLC • Anglo Operations Ltd • Arch Coal Asia Pacific Pte Ltd • Arch Coal INC • Argus Media Ltd • Atha Power Ltd • Badan• Due diligence and M&A practitioners and consultants Koordinasi Penanaman Modal (BKPM) • Baker & Mckenzie Wong & Leow • Barclays Capital Asia Ltd • Barry Rogliano Salles • Blackwood• Accountants and Managers who have limited technical knowledge but want to better understand the process Corporation Ltd • Bloomberg News • BNP Paribas • Celanese (China) Holdings Co Ltd • Cokal Ltd • CSL Asia Shipping Pte Ltd • Dalmia of due diligence and valuation of mining projects Bharat Enterprises Limited • Dealreporter Hong Kong • Deutsche Bank Ag • DHV Indonesia • DMT GmbH & Co KG • Dow Jones AER Company • Eurekahedge Advisors • Freehills Indonesia • Fulcrum TV • Gold Group • Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung • Holman Fenwick & Willan • Idemitsu Kosan Co Ltd • Indonesian Coal Mining Association • Indonesian Financial Review • Investec Bank • Investment CoordinatingWorkshop Leader: Board (BKPM) • Investor Daily • Jakarta Globe • JSC Severstal • Kalimantan Coal Web • Khazanah Nasional Berhad • Kompas Gramedia Manish Garg , General Manager – Due Diligence & Valuations, Salva Resources Australia (Kontan) • LD Ports & Logistics • Leading Investment & Securities Co Ltd • LTL Holdings Pvt Ltd • Maithan Alloys Limited • Malakoff Corporation Bhd • Media Group • Mergermarket Consulting Ltd • Midwest Granite Pvt Ltd • Midwest Holdings Ltd • Mitsubishi Corporation Manish has 24 years of experience in mining operations, corporate roles and consulting. Before • Noble Resources International Pte Ltd • OCI Company Ltd • OCI-SNF Company Ltd • Orpheus Energy Limited • Pacific Genuity Inc • Pan joining Salva as Head of Due Diligence and Valuations, Manish managed corporate advisory (M&A), Asia Corporation Ltd • Petromindo.com • Pfizer Pte Ltd • PT Adaro Energy TBK • PT AKR Corporindo Tbk • PT Apple Coal • PT Aria International business analysis, planning and improvement functions at Rio Tinto Coal, BHP Billiton Coal, WMC Indonesia • PT Asia Pacific Mining Resources • PT Bank BNP Paribas Indonesia • PT BANK CENTRAL ASIA TBK • PT Barasentosa Lestari • PT Resources, Oceanagold and Pasminco. Manishís experience includes market intelligence, due diligence, Bayan Resources TBK • PT Bhakti Energy Persada • PT BNP Paribas Securities Indonesia • PT Coalindo Energy • PT Darma Putera Wahana commodity marketing, valuation, strategic planning and optimising business performance. He has Pratama • PT DH Energy • PT Golden Retailindo Tbk • PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa TBK • PT Indonesia Finanindo Media • PT Intracoparticular expertise in conducting feasibility studies, mine optimisation, and technical audits and valuations for Penta Tbk • PT Kekal Adidaya • PT Laguna Karya • PT MEC Coal • PT Mitra Lingkungan Dutaconsult • PT Moriss • PT Panca Putra Sejahteramergers and acquisitions. He has managed and worked on over $6 Billion of successful mining transactions along • PT Param Mitra Coal Resources • PT Pelayaran Nasional TanjungRiau • PT Pelita Samudera Shipping • PT Pembangunan Jaya Ancol Tbkwith numerous due diligences, feasibility studies and reviews for banks, financial investors and mining companies • PT Recapital Advisors • PT Samuel International • PT SNC Lavalin TPS • PT TAEL Management Indonesia • PT Viva Media Baru • PT Wismaon worldwide projects. 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Why Attend Venue, Accommodation & NetworkingYour Gateway to Mining Investment in Indonesia Cocktail Reception• Discover investment opportunities in coal mining projects, infrastructure and technology in Indonesia 6 November 2012 | 6.00pm – 7.00pm• Gain clarity on the impact of the latest government regulations on ownership of mines and exports• Hear invaluable advice on raising capital for your project from leading banks and financial institutions Join speakers, delegates and sponsors for the• Find out how commodity buyers, steel, metals and power companies across Asia are investing in Indonesia opportunity to network and do business. to secure coal supply• Identify investment and partnership opportunities with junior mining companies, wholly-owned Indonesian project owners, state-owned mining companies and infrastructure owners Sponsored by:• Access a diverse group of Global investors – fund managers, private equity firms, asset management firms, industrial investors and moreTestimonials from past coal events“Excellent selection of papers and speakers. Very informative of the Indonesian coal industry.”~ Patrick Hanna from Cokal Ltd Online Networking Tool“It was informative. So knowledge wise, I gained a lot.” ~ Amit Kumar from SBI Capital Markets Ltd“Some of the presentation are really helpful would like to attend next year too.” ~ Euni Sang Young (Doosan IMM is pleased to announce that attendees at the Indonesian Coal Investment Forum willHeavy Industry) benefit from the availability of our Online Networking Tool. This will allow delegates, speakers,“Informational with a broad perspective.” ~ Sreeni Reddy(Panyam Cements & Mineral Industries) exhibitors and sponsors to extend their networking outside of the conference and surrounding“A lot of learning for our planned investments in the Indonesia Coal Mining.” ~ Shailendra Jindal from Kiri social events. As a registered attendee, you will be sent an email with details of how to useInfrastructure Pvt Ltd the tool around ten days prior to the conference. The tool operates from our website www.immevents.com/indonesiacoal. The Networking Tool will be open for five days after the“The event was helpful, quality information and good delegates.” ~ Vikash (Transasia Pacific Ggnr Pte Ltd) event; just in case you couldn’t talk to everyone you wanted to at the event.“Very good knowledgeable people speaking. Good industry representation.” ~ John Quirke (Meralco Powergen Join the International Mining & Metals community, hear the latest industry news and postCorp) comments.“A very informative and profesionally organised event! Excellent networking opportunity! High calibrepresenters!” ~ Grant van Heerden (Snowden) Linked in To join, simply go to: www.immevents.com/linkedinEndorsed by: Indonesia Coal Mining Association (APBI - ICMA): APBI-ICMA (Asosiasi Pertambangan Grand Hyatt, Jakarta Batubara Indonesia - Indonesian Coal Mining Assosiation) is the organization of Grand Hyatt Jakarta is a 5 star luxury hotel located in the companies in the coal business sector and is non political and non profit oriented. heart of Jakarta business district. Our Jakarta hotel isThe association focuses on the participation of developing the business climate in the coal mining sector which enables the adjacent to Indonesia’s most comprehensive andbroadly involvement of all members. The other objective is to share a significant role for the national economic development. sophisticated shopping mall, Plaza Indonesia, and enjoysIts effort is to become a communication and a consultation forum among its members not only with the Government but also convenient access to government offices, museums andto work together with other associations, companies or any related parties domestically and from overseas for the sake of the Jakarta’s cultural attractions. Our hotel in Jakarta is justIndonesian coal sector’D5s development. More information at: www.apbi-icma.com 40 minutes by car from Soekarno Hatta International Airport (CGK).Media Partners: Jalan M.H. Thamrin, Kav 28-30, Jakarta 10350, INDONESIA Tel: +62 21 2992 1234 | Fax: +62 21 2992 1370 Contact Person: Nina Syafuiddin, Sales Manager Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.jakarta.grand.hyatt.comwww.immevents.com/indonesiacoal
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