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Cbm market outlook

  1. 1. Stream B: CBM Market Outlook & Commercial Opportunities CBM Field Development Chairman: Chairman: Peter Cockcroft Rod Bresnehan, Principal Consultant – Petroleum Chairman, Blue Energy, Australia Engineering, Bresnehan & Associates, Australia2.20China’s Gas Market Development: Past, Present & 2.20Future Scenario Addressing the Challenges & Discrepancies Associated with Reserves  A historical look at China’s gas market Estimation structure  Gas pricing mechanisms in China  A brief overview of the resource  The role of CBM in meeting domestic gas classification/categorisation and reporting demand process  Challenges associated with reservesZhou Fengqi, Senior Energy Advisor,Energy estimationResearch Institute, National Development Reform  Criteria for achieving realistic estimates ofCommission (NDRC), China reserves  Australian reporting standards vs3.00 international reporting standardsIndonesia’s Gas Market, Development & Key  What are the discrepancies and how canPriorities for CBM Development these be addressed  Overview of the gas industry in Indonesia: Bruce Gunn, Principal Advisor, RISC, Australia market structure and regulatory environment  Meeting large domestic demand for natural 3.00 gas in Indonesia CBM Wellhead Monitoring and Analysis – from  Natural gas infrastructure for domestic and Pilot to Production export usage  Gas pricing in Indonesia New wellhead monitoring and analysis technology is  Key priorities to advance commercialization of being used in the pilot phase of CBM projects to prove CBM in Indonesia project feasibility. Based on experiences in Australia, the technology used for monitoring wellheadHanan Nugroho, Senior Energy Planner,National performance in the pilot phase, can also be utilised toDevelopment Planning Agency (BAPPENAS), lower CBM project costs and improve the leadtime toIndonesia full scale production. This presentation details the new wellhead monitoring and analysis technology being developed in Australia, and discusses how it can be3.40 effectively utilised from the pilot phase of CBMAfternoon Networking & Refreshment Break projects to:4.10  Prove commercial feasibility of CBM projectsThe Role of CBM for Power Generation in FulfillingIndonesia’s Future Demand for Medium LoaderPower Plants  Lower CBM project costs  Improve CBM project leadtime to full scale production  Analysis of PLN’s fuel supply and costs for power generation to meet peak supply or  Efficiently maintain remote CBM operations power  Provide real time data to operations,  Current status of national gas supply for power commercial and management teams generation in Indonesia  Reducing fuel oil reliance and the role of CBM Adam Harris, Gas Business Manager,Honeywell  The role of private CBM producers to improve Process Solutions, Asia Pacific PLN’s fuel mix 3.40Chairani Rachmatullah, Senior Manager,Primary Afternoon Networking & Refreshment BreakEnergy, Planning & Evaluation,PT PLN, Indonesia 4.10 Understanding Coal Permeability: the Key to4.50 Accurate CBM Production ForecastsChairman’s Summary
  2. 2. David Collecott, Region Wireline BD Manager , Weatherford 4.50 Utilizing Microturbines for Distributed Power Generation on Wellhead Pumps for Efficient Operations  Microturbine energy systems for CBM field electrical demands  Ensuring more operating hours, lower operating costs and clean benefits to the environment  Insights on applications of Microturbines fuelled by CBM  Operational and cost benefits for the CBM operator Lee Richards, Director of Sales Asia, Capstone Turbine Corporation, Singapore 5.30 Chairman’s Summary End of Conference Day Oneeter Cockcroft, Chairman, Blue Energy, Australia Asia- Pacific CBM Best Practice9.10The Commercialization of CBM in Asia Pacific  A brief overview of Dart Energy  Updates on Indonesia, India, China, Vietnam & Australian CBM activities  Key messages for regulators, investors and operators to advance commercialization  Positioning for growth  What’s next for Dart Energy?Nathan Rayner, COO, Dart Energy Special Focus China CBM Business Models & Project Updates9.50Current Update on the Qinshui Basin ECBM Project & the Xinjiang CBM Project in China  Overview of projects and key developments over the past year  Updates on drilling program and appraisals  Preliminary results from pilot development  Milestones to achieve commercial productionKenny Chan, Chairman, Enviro Energy, ChinaDon Downing, Chief Operating Officer, Enviro Energy, China10.30Morning Networking & Refreshment Break
  3. 3. 11.00New Developments in Production from the Shouyang Block, Shanxi Province CBM Project &Accessibility of China’s Gas Market  Shouyang, Shanxi pilot area update  Increasing gas production and milestones for the next 18 months  Current update on new producing coal seams  Gas sales agreements in place  Market access and pipeline salesGarry R. Ward, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Far East Energy Corporation, China CBM Production in India11.40CBM Surface Production & Facilities Management for Maximum Gas Flows  Schematic of a typical CBM production facility  Well surveillance  Adequate measurement equipment  Modeling for well management  Compression strategy  Automation to extend CBM production lifeVilas Tawde, General Manager (Surface Facilities), Essar Exploration & Production, India12.30Networking Luncheon Stream A: Stream B: CBM Market Outlook & Commercial Opportunities CBM Field Development Chairman: Chairman: Peter Cockcroft Rod Bresnehan Chairman, Blue Energy, Australia Principal Consultant – Petroleum Engineering, Bresnehan & Associates, Australia2.00Developments in Indonesia’s Tax & Fiscal 2.00Framework for CBM Investors CBM Water Management Considerations  Political reform  Meeting environment, health and safety  Economic developments in Indonesia standards  Tax, financial and investment requirements  Effective water management and disposal  Fiscal policy and incentives driving upstream options and downstream gas development to meet  Accurately estimating water production rates, energy targets volumes, composition and disposal to  Private investment in CBM and related gas capture true economics of the CBM reservoir infrastructure: pipelines, gas fired power  Compatibility of reinjection with subsurface generation and LNG terminals formation  Costs and impact on CBM economicsFreddy R. Saragih, Director of Risk Management Unit,Fiscal Policy Office,Ministry of Finance, Indonesia Dr Larry Ryan, Water Treatment Business Manager, Halliburton, Global2.45Partnerships with Coal Concession Holders for the 2.45Simultaneous Extraction of CBM Economic Water Treatment Options for CBM Producers  Overview of the regulations for the simultaneous extraction of CBM in China Chris Hertle, Global Market Leader- Water, GHD,  Objectives to make coal mining safe and reduce greenhouse gases
  4. 4.  Working with coal concession owners AustraliaHuang Shengchu, President, China Coal Information 3.30Institute, China Afternoon Networking & Refreshment BreakSang Fengyun, Project Manager/Principal ResearchFellow China Coal Bed Methane Clearinghouse, ChinaCoal Information Institute, China 4.00 A Review of CBM Drilling & Well Problems & New Techniques Developed3.30Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break  Overview of drilling problems to well bore damage4.00  Techniques to reduce overall drilling timePertamina’s Role in CBM Development  Eliminating well damage and cost  Improving wellbore stabilityMr. Tasiyat, Upstream Technology Centre,Pertamina Mike Zuber, Regional Technical Manager,Middle East4.45 & Asia, SchlumbergerChairman’s Summary 4.45 CBM Field Development & Unique Geological Characteristics in Asia  Comparative examination of CBM field development with insight from China, Europe, Indonesia & Australia  Best field methods and practices for Asia- Pacific to adopt  Overview of the technical problems experienced associated with CBM development  Strategies and technology for field development taking into account unique geological characteristics  Key lessons, where the gaps are and how they can be filled Rod Bresnehan, Principal Consultant – Petroleum Engineering, Bresnehan & Associates, Australia 5.30 Chairman’s Summary 5.45