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MARE FORUM PRESENT THE GLOBAL FORUM:
3rd Maritime Indonesia 2011
 

- Emerging Indonesia -

 

Thursday 31 March 2011
Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta
Jakarta - Indonesia



Indonesia. A vast country, a diverse country and a rich country. Rich in smiling, educated, ambitious people. Rich in resources, coal, oil, gas, palm oil and more. Rich in potential. Because in a world where power and influence is shifting from traditional centres to a more diverse multi-polar world, Indonesia sits astride major East-West trade routes and is hungry to grow, hungry to make use of its people and natural resources, hungry to be spoken about as one of the world’s strongest emerging economies.

With a strong shipping pedigree built on its island geography, Indonesia is poised to play a key role in the global economy and especially in shipping. It is becoming a major exporter of bulk cargoes and energy and can soon become a major source of seafaring manpower and shipbuilding capacity. Its shipowners and shipbuilders are ready to step up to the global market and its politicians are keen to help them. Now is the time to meet and work with Indonesia’s shipowners, shipbuilders, business community, financiers and power brokers.

On Thursday March 31 Mare Forum  will bring together Indonesia’s maritime leaders and mix them with forward looking global investors and operators in a freewheeling debate on how to make the most of Indonesia’s maritime potential. It will be a place to learn, a chance to network and an opportunity to build serious business in a strong, ambitious emerging economy. Add in good food, good company and a great location, blend with Mare Forum’s proven formula for getting the best out of everyone attending, and the 3rd Mare Forum Emerging Indonesia 2011 2011 is the place to be on March 31.

 


 

   

 

Thursday 31 March 2011

Four Seasons Hotel

Jakarta - Indonesia
 

08:00   

Registration
 

09:00  

OPENING AND WELCOME

Jannis Kostoulas
Managing Director, Mare Forum
 

KEYNOTE
Johnson W. Sutjipto
Chairman,
Indonesian National Shipowners Association
 

    Session 1
    Indonesia in the Global Context
The Crystal Ball and the Outlook for the shipping markets

Speakers themes:
   
  • Geopolitics, the Indonesian and world economy
  • The Indonesian shipping potential and shipping expansion.
  • The Oil and gas market developments, the coal and palm oil market in Indonesia
  • Dry bulk, Liquid cargo, containers, and offshore supply ships.
  • Investing in Indonesia; Live stock production and transport.
  • Investing in Clean Air: LNG fuel ships; experiences and opportunities for Indonesia
  • How can Indonesian shipowners expand its maritime position in the world?
  • Beyond the cabotage; What is the new reality of the Indonesian fleet? What are the possible competitive ingredients  for the Indonesian fleet expansion? What are the disadvantages?
09:20   Session chairmen:
Michele Francioni
Manager Asia Area, RINA

Johan Lubbe Bakker
President, Euro-East Bridge P.T.
     
    Speakers:
09:30   Geopolitics, the shift of power from West to East
Dato' Jude P. Benny
Managing Partner of Joseph Tan Jude Benny

 
09:45   The Global and Indonesian Dry Bulk outlook
Ken Michie
Dry Cargo Market Analyst, Clarksons
 
10:00   The global and Indonesian Liquid and containers outlook
Ralph Leszczynski
Head of Research, Banchero Costa – China
 
10:15   Investing in live stock production and maritime transportation
Mauro Balzarini
Executive Chairman, Wellard Group Holdings
 
10:30- 10:50   Break hosted by ABS


 
10:50   Investing in Clean Air: LNG fuel ships; experiences and investment opportunities in Indonesia
Jan Valkier
Managing Director, Antony Veder Group
 
11:05   How can Indonesian shipowners expand its maritime position in the world?
Kevin Wong
Chief Financial Officer, BLT
 
11:20   Discussion and Debate between speakers, discussion panellists and audience participants on the following themes:
 
  • Beyond the cabotage; What is the new reality of the Indonesian fleet? What are the advantages and the disadvantages?
     
  • What will be the future face of the Indonesian fleet?
     
  • How can the Indonesian fleet get younger and higher quality, and attract high quality charters?
     
  • How can Indonesia profit more from exports of own resources? selling coal CIF or selling coal FOB?
     
  • Are there owners (as in other countries) who took advantage of crisis?
     
  • Where should Indonesian and foreign investors be putting their shipping money?
     
  • Is maritime Indonesia an opportunity?
    Discussion panelists:

Johnson W. Sutjipto
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association
Charles Menaro
President Director, Meratus Line
Bani M. Mulia
Managing Director, Samudera Indonesia Group
Buddy Rakhmadi
Ops Executive at Gurita Lintas Samudera
Edwin Jager
Managing Director, NIBC Bank Ltd.
Oentoro Surya
President Director Pt. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk
Rob Heijliger
Managing Director ING Bank
Marcus Hand
Editor, SeaAsia, Seatrade
Ali Susanto
Standard Chartered Bank
Karen Kokabi
Managing Director, OreCoal

Dr. Demos Petropoulos
Head of Shipping Finance, SFS Group Public Company Ltd, Cyprus

Dimitris Belbas
Managing Director, SeaFin

Oene Marseille
Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro
audience participants

 

12:30   Lunch hosted by


 
    Session 2
    The Indonesion Maritime Cluster in Motion
Cabotage - Ship building – crewing - flag, tax, legal environment, ports and terminals debate

Speakers themes:
   
  • The ports, terminals and maritime infrastructure perspectives, Strategies for growth, LNG infrastructure for inter island shipping, Ports and terminals privatisation, the ISPS Code and Indonesia
     
  • Cabotage, Shipping tax, legal environment imperatives
     
  • The Shipbuilding Industry, Innovation in action - Exciting new ideas in the Indonesian shipbuilding industry, What is the competitiveness of Indonesian yards in the present situation of world wide shipbuilding: how will it develop after the crisis?
    What’s next? Building sophisticated vessels, LNG carriers and Mega yachts? Are climate change actions an opportunity for the Indonesian shipbuilding industries? Offshore energy developments, is there a shipbuilding market for floaters and support vessels?
     
  • Maritime Education and Crewing - Can Indonesia  become a friend in need for the worldwide ship officer quest? Where will Indonesian shipping companies source their professional manpower? What is needed and who and how will provide the services? What are the strategies of the shipping Community and government?
13:40   Session chairmen:
Oentoro Surya
President Director Pt. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk

Johan Lubbe Bakker
President, Euro-East Bridge P.T.
 
    Speakers:
 
13:50   The Shipbuilding Industry, Innovation in action - Exciting new ideas in the Indonesian shipbuilding industry
Leonardo Brunori
Deputy Director RINA Industry Division
 
14:00   Maritime Education and Crewing -  Where will Indonesian shipping companies source their professional manpower? What is needed and who and how will provide the services? What are the strategies of the shipping Community and government?
Can Indonesia  become a friend in need for the worldwide ship officer quest?
Dr Wolfgang Busse
Senior Maritime Consultant, Semarang Growth Centre
 
14:10   The ports, terminals and maritime infrastructure perspectives.
Indonesia and the International Ship and Port Facility Code (ISPS)
Rear Admiral Robert C. North
U.S. COAST GUARD (Ret.)
President, Northstar Maritime
 
14:20   Cabotage, Shipping tax, legal environment imperatives
Oene Marseille
Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro
 
14:30   Discussion and Debate between speakers, discussion panellists and audience participants on the following themes:
  • What is needed to improve quality in services and infrastructure in Indonesian ports and terminals?
     
  • What is the competitiveness of Indonesian yards in the present situation of world wide shipbuilding: how will it develop after the crisis? Are there strategies for the future?
     
  • What obstacles, legal, political, financial or cultural do we need to overcome?
     
  • How can  Indonesia  become a source of ship officers to facilitate the worldwide shipping need?

Discussion panelists:

Ravinder Chadha
Country Manager, ABS Indonesia
Peter Chuang
General Manager, PT Sentek Indonesia

Tom Chua
General Manager, PT. BATAMEC Shipyard

Charles Menaro
President Director, Meratus Line
Jan Valkier
Managing Director, Antony Veder Group
Karen Kokabi
Managing Director, OreCoal
Johnson W. Sutjipto
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association
Marcus Hand
Editor, SeaAsia, Seatrade
Sander J.W. Scheepens
Managing Director, Head Ship Lease & Finance, Standard Chartered Bank
Mauro Balzarini
Executive Chairman, Wellard Group Holdings
Djoni Sutji
Indonesian Shipowners Association
Dimitris Belbas
Managing Director, SeaFin

audience participants
 

15:10   Break
 
    Session 3
    Investments and Shipfinance - How can the Capital providers facilitate the Indonesian Expansion?

Developments in the Offshore market in Indonesia


Speakers and discussion themes:
   
  • Where is ship finance for Indonesian owners available now and will there be sufficient finance to invest in ambitious plans?
  • Has the crisis fundamentally changed the future of global ship finance picture or not?
  • Which international banks are active now in Indonesia and who will be active in the future?
  • Can Indonesian newcomers access the sources of finance?
  • Is finance of Indonesian banks sufficient enough to facilitate the Indonesian expansion?
  • Is Chinese money available for Indonesian shipping?
  • Are there alternative sources of attractive ship finance today - other than traditional banks?
  • What are the Indonesian-owners requirements from the capital providers?
     
  • What are the developments in the offshore market in Indonesia and is there room for foreigners?
  • Risk management for oil pollution liability - lessons from the Deepwater Horizon incident
  • Who will finance the Offshore ambitions in Indonesia and what conditions are needed?
  • Joint Ventures and other particularities on Offshore business in Indonesia
15:30   Session chairmen:
Sander J.W. Scheepens
Managing Director, Head
Ship Lease & Finance, Standard Chartered Bank
 
    Speakers:
 
15:40   Dimitris Belbas
Managing Director, SeaFin
 
15:50   Dr. Demos Petropoulos
Head of Shipping Finance, SFS Group Public Company Ltd, Cyprus
 
16:00   Boudewijn van Schaik
Vice President NIBC Bank Ltd.
 
16:10   Robert Driver
Partner, Norton Rose (Asia) LLP Norton Rose
 
16:20   GENERAL DISCUSSION between all conference speakers, discussion panellists and audience participants on the following themes:
  • What are Indonesia’s maritime strengths, and how can we catalyze them to take advantage of the new world shipping order?
     
  • What is needed to improve quality in services and infrastructure in Indonesian ports and terminals
     
  • Where will the cash come from to finance innovative ideas, energy development, Indonesia’s shipping and the Indonesian Offshore?
     
  • What is needed to attract foreign Shipping Investments?
     
  • How can we improve the competitiveness of Indonesia’s yards in the present turmoil of world wide shipbuilding and what are the strategies for the future?
     
  • What obstacles, legal, political, financial or cultural do we need to overcome?

Discussion panelists:

Edwin Jager
Managing Director, NIBC Bank Ltd
Rob Heijliger
Managing Director, ING Bank
Charles Menaro
President Director, Meratus Line
Alun Hatfield
Managing Director, Clarkson Financial Services
Oentoro Surya
President Director, Pt. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk
Ali Susanto
Standard Chartered Bank
Johnson W. Sutjipto
Chairman, Indonesian Shipowners Association
Kevin Wong
Chief Financial Officer, BLT
Bani M. Mulia
Managing Director, Samudera Indonesia Group
Marcus Hand
Editor, SeaAsia, Seatrade
Tom Chua
General Manager, PT. BATAMEC Shipyard
Peter Chuang
General Manager, PT Sentek Indonesia
audience participants
 

18:00   Conclusions
 
18:10
19:10
  Cocktail hosted by NIBC Bank Ltd


 

Representatives from the following companies have already registered for the conference (as of 25 March):

 

ABS
ADM Capital
Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro
Almarine Pte. Ltd
Andhika Group
Anthony Veder Group
APL Indonesia
Armada Bumi Pratiwi Lines
Banchero-Costa & Co. SpA
Ben Line Agencies
BNP Paribas
Braemar Seascope
Caterpillar Financial Services Asia Pte. Ltd.
Caterpillar Marine Asia Pacific
Clarkson Financial Services
Clarksons
Damen Shipyards Group
Delegation of the European Union Indonesia
DPC INSA JAMBI
DPP INSA
Fearnleys Asia (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
GAC
HMS Far East Pte ltd.
Indonesian National Shipowners' Association
ING Bank NV
International Registries (Far East) Limited Singapore Branch/ The Marshall Islands Registry
Lloyd's Register Asia
M/s Joseph Tan Jude Benny - Advocates & Solicitors
Maersk Line in Indonesia
MAPPEL - Shipping, Port and Maritime Environment Society
Mare Forum
Marindo Bahtera Development
Marine News Asia
McQuilling Asia
Medco E & P Indonesia
Meratus Line. PT
Ministry of Defence Indonesia
Ministry of Transport Indonesia
Navin & Co. LLP
NIBC Bank Ltd.
Noah Shipping Solutions Pte. Ltd.
North Star Maritime, Inc.
Norton Rose LLP
Nyk
Orecoal
PR Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk.
PT Alpha DWI Marine Indonesia
PT Altus Lines Indonesia
PT Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk
PT Bahtera Sama Rasa
PT Bank Cimb Niaga, Tbk
PT Bank UOB Buana
PT Baruna Raya Logistics
PT BATAMEC Shipyard
PT Berlian Laju Tanker Tbk. (BLT)
PT Bureau Veritas Indonesia
PT Carak Tirta Perkasa
PT Denvegraha
PT Euro-East Bridge
PT Germanischer Lloyd Indonesia
PT Gurita Lintas Samudera
PT Hafar Daya Samudera
PT Idros Services
PT Karya Bakti Adil, a subsidiary of PT Berlian Laju Tanker Tbk.
PT Limin Marine & Offshore
PT Meratus Line
PT Nusantara Infrastructure Tbk
PT Pan Maritime Wira Pawitra
PT Pelavaran Tamarin Samudra
PT Pelayaran Andalas Bahtera Baruna
PT Pelayaran Kanaka Dwimitra Manunggal
PT Pelayaran Putra Sejati
PT Platinum Laju Line
PT Samudera Indonesia tbk
PT Sentek Indonesia
PT Swissindo Marine
PT Tanto Intim Line
PT Trada International
PT Trada Maritime
PT Trakindo Utama - Power Systems Division
PT Tresnamuda Sejati
PT Tringgading Agung Pratama
PT Zhonghai Indo Shipping
Recapital Investment Group
RINA Industry Division
Rina Services SpA
Rolls-Royce International (Jakarta)
RS Platou Finans Singapore Pte. Ltd
Rustibus Pte Ltd
Samudera Indonesia Group
Seafin Pte. Ltd.
Seatrade Asia Week, Seatrade
Selvam LLC
Semarang Growth Centre
Seven Oceans
SFS Group Public Company Ltd
Ship Equip Pte Ltd
Simpson Spence & Young
Soechi Grouep (PT Sukses Osean Khatulistiwa Line)
Soechi Group (PT Inti Energi Line)
Standard Chartered Bank
Tiong Woon Marine Pte. Ltd.
Wellard

 

and more...... 

 



 


 

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