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The 6th International Indonesia Gas Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition

Closing Remarks

Hendra Jaya
Steering Committee Chairman IndoPIPE 2016 /
President Director of PT Pertamina Gas /
Chairman of Indonesian Oil & Gas Pipeliner
Association (IAPMIGAS)

 

Arief T. Kushermawan
Organizing Committee Chairman IndoPIPE 2016 /
Director of Business Development
PT Transportasi Gas Indonesia /
Vice Chairman of Indonesian Oil & Gas
Pipeliner Association (IAPMIGAS))

 

I would like to thank all of Speakers for the invaluable contribution and to you the Delegates for your active participation. I am confident that the presentations and discussions over the last two days have helped us to establish a common ground of understanding among the various stakeholders in the Indonesian gas value chain, on the possible solutions to increase gas utilization through infrastucture development.


I am pleased to report that the conference overview over the last two days  issue on :
1. Gas Infrastructure
2. Gas Supply and Demand
3. Cost Conpetitiveness
4. Technology, Capability, and Competencies


As we have heard from the Directorate General of Oil and Gas yesterday, the Government are working hardly with team on national gas infrastructure development.
Strategies & Initiatives to Realize Indonesia’s National Gas Infrastructure Master Plan


Majors issued covered:
1. Master plan of gas pipeline 2015 – 2025
2. Gas infrastructure roadmap 2016 – 2030
3. 35.000 MW electricity project
4. Develop competitive cost structure to provide affordable price
5. Regulation & Policy


This will lead to comprehensive policy and implementing regulations to support the domestic gas utilization. To accelerate the infrastructure development by nature of gas business, the stakeholders need to achieve synergy in regulation and business value chain. Suggested to assigned one coordinator in government for planning and development to align development & operation activities, covering upstream, gas supply, infrastructure, downstream, end users and supporting industries.

 

Gas infrastructure development is interdependent with country economic and business growth as well as local economic including supporting industries, therefore competitiveness is critical issue in the overall business chain.

 

Competitiveness to provide affordable price and accessibility could be achieved through facility sharing, such as open access pipeline to optimize volume and contract term in order to create economic feasibility.‎

 

Government involvement, including investment, insentive, policy, regulation, fiscal and tax regime is essential if ‎part of the value chain is less commercial feasible to develop and operate faciliting or infrastructure.

 

Technology, product, human resources and procedure development will enhance construction, operation and maintenance activities, which is beneficial to provide efficient and effective facilities and infrastructure, including to optimize the utilization of the existing.

 

The Stakeholders recognize that coordination in circle of government is needed in resolving challenge in infrastructure development. Thus is hoped that with the commitment from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, these issues will be escalated for discussion at the top goverment official level so that we will be able to establish a win-win partnership towards the optimal monetization of Indonesia’s oil and gas resources.

 

Ladies and Gentlemen, athrough there will be CMRP certification test I now officially close this Conference and Exhibition.  I look forward to see you again at the 7th IndoPIPE 2018.

 


Thank you and all the best for all of us.


I would like to express my appreciation to all committee member for a great teamwork to make this event successful & provide a valueable outcome not only for gas industries but also indonesia country economic.



Conference Program

Tuesday - Wednesday, 30 - 31 August 2016

 

 

 

Keynote 1 - Pertamina Strategy 2030 – Development on Gas Infrastructure

Yenni Andayani, Gas, New and Renewable Energy Director, PT PERTAMINA (Persero)

 

“All of Southeast Asia would become net gas importers by 2030, as demand would be more than 200 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas that local supplies cannot fulfill, resulting in import needs of around 60 bcm. “

 

Keynote 2 - Expanding gas utilization for domestic needs

Dyah Winarni, Expert Staf in Field of Industrial Resources Affairs, Ministry of Industry

 

“Utilization of gas for national industry is strongly influenced by the gas infrastructure and purchasing power of the industry. Given the use of gas in the industrial sector contributes very significantly to the cost structure of the industry, when domestic gas prices are too high, the production utilization will decline as a cause of low competitiveness of the domestic industries"

 

Keynote 3 - Technology to Meet Challenges in Infrastructure Development

Dilo Seno Widagdo, Director of Infrastructure and Technology, PT PGN Tbk.

 

"Changes in regulation and global economy require infrastructure owner/operator to be more efficient in managing and developing network."

"Implementation of aggregation scheme is required in the distribution area to manage risks during the development phase of natural gas infrastructure.”

 

 

Panel Discussion 1 - Accelerating the implementation of the national master plan for gas infrastructure development

Moderator: Yales Vivadinar, Managing Director, PetroRaya Consulting

  1. Panelist :
    1. Accelerating the Implementation of the National Master Plan for Gas Infrastructure Development, Ridwan DJamaluddin, Deputi III, Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs
    2. Pemanfaatan Gas Bumi untuk mendorong percepatan pembangunan infrastruktur gas bumi indonesia, M.I. Zikrullah, Vice Chairman, SKK Migas
    3. Indonesia Gas Infrastructure Development, J.Rizal Primana, Director for Energy, Mineral, and Conservation of Water Resources, National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)

 


Panel Discussion 2 - Key stakeholders’ perspective on national gas infrastructure development

Moderator: Alimuddin Baso, Director Planning and Development Infrastructure of Oil and Gas, Directorate General of Oil and Gas

  1. Panelist :
    1. Stakeholder Perspective On National Gas Insfrastructure, Umi Asngadah, Director of Natural Gas, BPH Migas
    2. Oil and Gas Supporting Industries and Its Challenges in the Price Falls, Mas Wigrantoro R.S., Komite Tetap Industri Penunjang Sektor Energi dan Migas, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)
    3. Open Access System to Enhance Competitiveness in Gas Business Value Chain, Irawati, President Director, PT Transportasi Gas Indonesia
    4. The Development Of National Gas Infrastructures To Optimise Natural Gas Utilisation : Pertamina Gas Roles, Indra Setyawati, Commercial & Business Development Director, PT Pertamina Gas

 

Panel Discussion 3 – The readiness of industries to support gas infrastructure development

Moderator: Bambang Gyat, Code & Standard Committee, IAPMIGAS

  1. Panelists:
    1. Government Policy for Gas Infrastructure Development, Djoko Siswanto, Direktur Teknik & Lingkungan, Directorate General of Oil and Gas
    2. Indonesia Steel Pipe Industries and The Development of Indonesia Oil & Gas Infrastructure, Purwono Widodo, President Director, PT KHI Pipe Industries
    3. Wika’s Participation to Support Gas Infrastructure Development, Bambang Pramujo, Director of Operation II, PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk.
    4. Readiness of Local EPC Company to Support GAS Infrastructure Development, Qomaruzzaman, Marketing Directorof Industrial Plant, PT Rekayasa Industri


 

Technical Session 1 – Asset integrity management

Session Chairman: Alec Hutcheon, Director, PT Relogica Indonesia

  1. Speakers :
    1. Asset Integrity Management PT Patra Badak Arun Solusi, Nanang Untung, President Director, PT Patra Badak Arun Solusi
    2. Pipeline Integrity Management – examples of failure cases and repair options, Dr. Shashi Bhushan Kumar, Technical Lead, Advanced Analyses, DNV GL
    3. Maximising Value from Repeat Pipeline ILI Data, Christopher Davies, Integrity Engineer, ROSEN Group
    4. Reliability Control Program (RCP), Anisatur Rokhmah, PT Sena

 

Technical Session 2 – Updates on successfully completed projects

Session Chairman: Jobi Triananda Hasjim, President Director, PT Rekayasa Industri

  1. Speakers:
    1. Perta Arun Gas Business Scheme, Narsar Edy Maurich, Project Manager, PT Perta Arun Gas
    2. Prospect FRSU Mini In East Indonesia, Tammy Meidharma Sumarna, President Director, PT Nusantara Regas
    3. Development of API Spec. 5L X70 Grade High Frequency Welded Line Pipe for Sour and Offshore Service and Updateds on Successfully Completed Projects, Rusma Patriansyah, Method & Technology Manager, PT Bakrie Pipe Industries

 

Technical Session 3 – Advances in gas technology

Session Chairman: Ananda Idris, Treasurer and Head of Foreign Relations Committee, Indonesian Oil and Gas Pipeline Association (IAPMIGAS)

  1. Speakers:
    1. Integrated Gas Management Solutions, Jonathan Weidenbaum, Automation Consultant (Asia Pacific), Australia Based
    2. Transforming Oil & Gas Industry Through Lean Sigma to Capitalize on the New Oil Price Paradigm, Alec Hutcheon, Director, PT Relogica Indonesia
    3. Multi-fusion detection with DAS (Distributed Acoustic Sensing) Fibre Optics Sensing, Kuljit Singh, Business Development Manager, Optasense Ltd.

 

Exhibition

Tuesday - Wednesday, 30 - 31 August 2016

 

Workshop

Monday, 29 August 2016

 

Workshop A - How to stop fire fighting - understanding proactive culture for maintaining production facilities thru reliability game

 

Facilitator:

Roy Korompis
Director of PT Relogica Indonesia



The Reliability Game is a unique 1- day workshop specifically created to help organizations embrace the Reliability concept and truly understand how to get there. Designed for Directors, General Managers and Operation & Maintenance Managers, the workshop presents extremely effective learning tools focused on the concept of Reliability by simulating how failures occur in a plant or operating environment and the interdependencies of the various decisions made by the different functions involved in an organization.

Developed based on decades of research across the industries, applicability of these simulation tools have been validated by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

 

 

Workshop A - Deepwater Pipeline Design

 

Facilitator:

Dion Suryadi,
Senior Engineer Field Development and Assets VerificationDNV GL – Oil and Gas
Technology Centre

 

Dr. Shashi Bhushan Kumar
Technical Lead/ Principal Consultant Asset Integrity Solutions DNV GL –
Oil and Gas Technology Centre

 

The workshop will be conducted in 2 sessions. The morning session will cover the challenges associated with deepwater pipeline design and installation, followed by an overview of relevant design requirements in the latest DNV-OS-F101 and ASME B31.8. Participants will also gain an understanding on the wall thickness design requirements specified in DNV-OS-F101 through a hand-on case study. General requirements on system pressure test waiver for deepwater pipeline will be covered as well. In the afternoon session, the participants will get an insight into the general requirements on linepipe material, selection of laying methods and its implications. Further requirements for the field welding, NDT and ECA will be presented, including one case study covering the DNV-OS-F101 requirements.

 

 

 

 

CMRP Certification

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

 

The Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) program is one of the world’s top credentialing program for certifying the knowledge, skills and abilities of maintenance and reliability professionals. The CMRP is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), which follows ISO standards for its accreditation and processes.

Examining more than just textbook information, the CMRP is a thorough examination of a broader scope of expertise measured against a universal standard. It was developed to assess professionals’ aptitude within the five (5) pillars of the Maintenance and Reliability Body of Knowledge:



· Business Management
· Equipment Reliability
· Manufacturing Process Reliability
· Organization and Leadership
· Work Management

 

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