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29 31 May 2016 | BICC, Bali, Indonesia

The coal industrys largest event


NEW: Register three delegates and get the fourth for free*

coaltrans.com/asia

Are you in it to win it?


In challenging markets, we have two options. The first, to give up
and cut our losses. The second, to think outside the box and
triumph over adversity.
If you have chosen the second option, then keep reading.
We are all aware that todays coal industry is uneasy, its really no secret.
But that makes it all the more vital to stay on top of your game, be one
step ahead of your competitors and tackle challenges creatively.
Quite simply, you have to be in it to win it.
Coaltrans Asia is returning to Bali for its 22nd year to unite
over 1000 industry decision makers and thought leaders
for three days of discussion, debate and cutting-edge content.
Its the only place to be to meet all the key coal players in one
(stunning!) location and get the latest market updates from the
brightest minds in the industry.
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More than just another conference


This year were shaking up your Coaltrans Asia experience and revamping the
conference to better serve your business needs.

Roundtable
discussions
'

Stage

With The Live LoungeTM bringing networking and


content together, and a range of hospitality suites
for those all-important client meetings, you can
find everything you need under one roof.
This unique conference format will provide you
with a dynamic space to discover the latest
market updates and meet the people who matter,

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Main stage

The Live
Lounge
TM

leaving you revitalised and ready to take on the


challenges facing your business.

Your solution to smarter


networking and dynamic content
The coal industry is evolving, and so is its largest event. This
year, we're creating a dynamic area for content and networking,
all in one space. Welcome to The Live Lounge, the all new
conference format designed to help you maximise your
event experience.
Following its successful launch at The World Coal Leaders
Network in Barcelona, we're bringing The Live Lounge to Bali.
Picture the scene, you're catching up on the latest market
insights and discussing the future of coal with industry
influencers. Then you spot the key contact you were dying to
meet at their exhibition stand, so you head over and arrange
that all important catch up.
All in one place.

Be inspired by new conference features


Coaltrans Asia is bringing you even more exciting new features to leave you feeling motivated,
inspired and ready to tackle challenges creatively.
New Value Pricing:
Register three delegates and get the fourth
for free* Plus, secure your place by 8 April
and save $100.

Following a well-received launch in Barcelona,


were introducing The Live Lounge to Bali. This
new conference space will provide a dynamic hub
for all your networking and content needs.

Invaluable insight from industry leaders, offering a fresh perspective in new formats including:
On stage government and CEO interviews
Bali Buyers Club: Meet Asias leading coal buyers in an exclusive networking zone
Private discussion roundtables designed to tackle key industry issues

Capitalise on extensive
networking
opportunities with
Coaltrans Live: the
mobile app and ultimate
networking tool
live.coaltrans.com

Stay in the heart of


the action at the
best possible value:
Book your bedroom
at the Westin Resort
Nusa Dua, Bali from
USD 295++

Relax with fellow delegates at two stunning


networking receptions: First, get re-acquainted
with old friends and make new contacts at the
popular welcome reception, held in the beautiful
Westin Summer Garden. Then, for the main night
of networking head over to the spectacular Westin
beach and unwind with your industry peers in style.

Sunday 29 May 2016


19:00 - 22:00
Hosted by

Welcome reception
Join us at the beautiful Westin Summer Garden for the popular
welcome reception and enjoy the stunning setting with fellow delegates.

Monday 30 May 2016


09:15

Welcome and opening remarks


Orson Francescone
Managing Director
Coaltrans Conferences

Join over 1000


of your fellow
industry
professionals

09:30

Will the coal market rebound in the second half of 2016?


Dr. Fabio Gabrieli
Director - Dry Bulk
and Energy Strategist
Mercuria

Cost structure of
major producers
and influence of
exchange rates
and fuel prices in
competitive supply

10:10

Networking refreshment break


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At what price
levels will supply
be added to/
removed from
the market?

How are key


trade flows
changing?

10:50

Generation DIALOGUE
A selection of leading coal industry figures will take part in an unrestricted interview with Coaltrans in which many of the industrys
pressing and sought-after questions will be answered.
Live and topical dialogue which touches on the issues that matter right here, right now.

Government interview:
Sudirman Said
Minister for Energy
and Mineral Resources
Republic Indonesia

Industry interview:
Vinay Prakash
Chief Executive
Officer
Adani
Enterprises Ltd

H.E. Mr. Sudirman Saidwas appointed Minister


of Energy and Mineral Resources for the
Republic of Indonesia by President Joko
Widodo in October 2014, and with a challenge
of restoring public confidence in the Ministrys
leadership and ensuring fast-paced rises in
Indonesias energy demand are met.

Vinay Prakash is the youngest CEO of Adani and


is responsible for coal & coke trading, bunkering,
and the groups mining in both India and
Indonesia. Before joining Adani group in 2001, he
worked with Aditya Birla group for 8 years in
various roles. Adani is the largest private coal
supplier in India and amongst the top 3 coal
suppliers in the world.

12:30

Networking Lunch
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14:00

How is Australia positioned to increase market share in Asias established and


emerging markets?
Chris Walker
Marketing and Logistics
Manager, Bengalla Mine
Rio Tinto Coal Australia

Australian coal
production on the
international cost curve

What is the premium for


Australias quality advantage
in todays market?

Australias outlook for export


volumes and destinations in
the next 5 years

14:20

Panel discussion
How long can Indonesias coal producers survive at current prices?
Indonesian coal production
forecast 2016-2017

Will Indonesia experience


greater loss of market share in
major markets in 2016

Chair:

David Heap

Opportunities and obstacles in


selling into Indonesia's
domestic market

Panellists:

Michael Soerijadji

Hendri Tan

Marketing Director
PT Harum Energy

Marketing Manager
PT Adaro Indonesia

Marketing Director
PT Adimitra Baratama
Nusantara

Edmund Tan

Jusnan Ruslan

Marketing Manager
PT Bayan
Resources Tbk

Agustin Fadjar

Head - Sales and Logistics


PT Indo Tambangraya
Megah Tbk

Director
SUEK Indonesia

15:30

Networking refreshment break


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Impact of the Indonesian


government's existing and
proposed regulatory changes
on future production

Chair:

Jim Nicholson
Senior Vice President
Argus Asia
16:00

Future of coal trading Where are the opportunities?


Gerry Feerick
Director, Energy
Complex
Noble Resources
International Pte. Ltd

Hedging the risk Why the Pacific


market needs
more hedging?

What is the future


of coal indices?

Coal origination
and sales The
advantage of
flexibility in multiorigin contracts

Operating in a
competitive fuel
environment (C2G)

16:30

Will China realistically return to the market as a net coal exporter?


Alex Tonks
Managing
Consultant
CRU

What are the


challenges to
Chinese coal
exports?

What factors could


see exports
significantly rise?

Potential export
markets for
Chinese coal

Who stands to lose


most if China
develops its
export market?

17:00

Economics and viability of upgrading Indonesias low rank coal reserves


Jeffrey Mulyono
President Director
PT Bhakti Energi
Persada

15:30 - 16:30

NEW: Bali Buyers Club

Why is coal upgrading


necessary in todays
oversupplied environment?

Coal upgrading technologies


available and large scale
application

Economics of coal
upgrading technologies for
Indonesian coals

Put your questions to Asias leading coal buyers and get the answers you really want to know at this
exclusive networking club. Leading coal buyers from the following countries will be represented:

CHINA I JAPAN I KOREA I INDIA I MALAYSIA I PHILIPPINES I THAILAND I INDONESIA


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17:30

Networking Beach Reception


Tuesday 31 May 2016
09:30

Sarah Robertson

Welcome and opening remarks

Head of Conference Production


Coaltrans Conferences

09:40

Where is attention being redirected as freight volumes to China and India decline?
Jayendu Krishna
Director
Drewry Maritime
Advisors

How are commodity


prices impacting dry
bulk shipping?

Capacity and appetite for


shipbuilding/ scrapping

How much will Indonesia


continue to influence the
dry bulk freight market?

10:00

Panel discussion
How quickly can Indonesia achieve its domestic power development goals?
Kazunari Fukui
Marketing Director
Asia Pacific
GE Power
How much of the
35,000GW power plan
has been allocated to
planned plants so far?

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Land acquisition How


is this affecting timely
delivery of coal-fired
power plants?

Heru Dewanto
Chief Executive Officer
Cirebon Electric Power

Regulatory reform
required in the power
generation, transmission
and distribution sector

Government guarantees
required to stimulate
investment

Planning for unknown


economic variables as
an IPP developer

10:30

Networking refreshment break

1. Forecast of Chinese domestic


coal prices in 2016-2017
11:00 - 12:15

Yijun Chang
President
Fenwei Energy
Consulting Co., Ltd

5. How is Indonesias
domestic power plant
development impacting
investment prospects for
coal properties?

Private
discussion
roundtables
Each roundtable discussion hosts
10 participants, led by an
expert in the relevant field, and
lasts for one hour.
Places are offered on a
first come,
first served basis.

Mike Thomas
Partner
The Lantau Group

3. Understanding the
rationale behind recent
and future coal industry
regulations
Adhi Wibowo

Bob King
Director
King Mining

2. How serious a threat is


flexibility in coal to gas
switching for Asias coalfired power plants?

4. What is in store for Koreas


coal consumption and
procurement 2016 -2020?

Director of Coal Management


and Development, Ministry
of Energy
Government of Indonesia

Jae-Young Choi
12:15

Networking Lunch

Procurement Manager,
Korea East-West Power Co. Ltd.

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13:30

How will Asia's changing power mix affect thermal coal demand?
Surya Kanegaonkar
Coal Analyst
Platts Global Coal

What does COP21 mean for


Asias coal demand?

Impact of changing power


generation mix on Asias
coal trade flows to 2020

Coal price outlook


2016-2017

13:50

Outlook for investment in the coal mining and coal-fired power sectors in Indonesia
Sacha Winzenried
Lead Adviser - Energy,
Utilities & Mining
PwC Indonesia

Key challenges facing


Indonesias coal
producers Is the
current regulatory
framework
conducive to
investment growth?

Transparency in
coal and mining
regulation How
might key
regulation be
further clarified?

Commercial and tax


considerations for
investment in
coal-fired power
in Indonesia

Key findings from


PwC's survey
of Indonesian
coal investors

14:10

Panel discussion
How are tender processes evolving and what does this mean for Asias
coal producers?
Chair:

Dr. Fabio Gabrieli


Director - Dry Bulk
and Energy Strategist
Mercuria

Quality vs price
Which is more
important?

Panellists:

Hiro Mizukami

Dinh Quang Trung

General Manager,
Fuel Department
Hokuriku Electric
Power Company

General Manager,
Import-Export Division
Vinacomin

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Regional appetite for


coal in 2016-2017
and a look at new
power plant projects
due online

What does the


increasing move
towards spot
market procurement
mean for longdistance suppliers?

Future use of
indexation, pricing
transparency and
mechanisms

14:40

Networking refreshment break

1. What obstacles will


face Indonesias coal
producers in 2016
2017 and how
might these be
overcome?
Pandu Sjahrir
Chief Financial Officer,
Toba Bara
and Chairman,
Indonesian Coal Mining
Association

15.10

Private
discussion
roundtables
Each roundtable discussion hosts
10 participants, led by an
expert in the relevant field, and
lasts for one hour.
Places are offered on a
first come,
first served basis.

5. How is coal testing adapting


to the changing needs of the
coal industry?

2. How quickly is India set to


reduce imports due to higher
domestic coal supply?
Kaamil Fareed
General Manager- Trading,
Coal & Oil

3. How much more market


share can Russian coal
producers take in Asia?

4. Case study examples The most


innovative cost-saving measures in coal
supply transport and logistics
Andy Coles
President Director,
BIS Industries

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Sponsorship Opportunities
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Brand exposure in invaluable places such as delegate badges, networking lunches
and the main auditorium

Exhibition space in a prime networking area of the conference

Demonstrate your strength during turbulent times

Feature alongside leading coal industry players and your competitors

Generate new sales and maintain client relationships

For more information please contact:


Holly Watson-Steward
Email: holly.watsonsteward@coaltrans.com
Tel: +44 207779 8185

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Pricing & Special Rates


Conference fee: Early bird Before 8 April 2016

Conference fee: After 8 April 2016

1st delegate

$2099

1st delegate

$2199

2nd delegate

$1999

2nd delegate

$2099

3rd delegate

$1799

3rd delegate

$1899

4th delegate

FREE*

4th delegate

FREE*

5th delegate

$1199

5th delegate

$1299

6th delegate

$1099

6th delegate

$1199

7th delegate

$1099

7th delegate

$1199

8th delegate

FREE*

8th delegate

FREE*

9th delegate

$1099

9th delegate

$1199

Register three delegates and get the fourth free


*Delegates must be from the same company
Payment - From 13 May 2016, only pre-paid registrations or website bookings (coaltrans.com/asia) will be accepted.

How to Register
Email: enquiry@coaltrans.com

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