MARE FORUM PRESENT THE GLOBAL FORUM:
4th Maritime Indonesia 2012

-The next Maritime Eldorado of the East -

 

Thursday 22 March 2012

INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL JAKARTA MIDPLAZA
Jakarta - Indonesia



 

The BRICS are the old story. Now it is the turn of the CIVETS, the next generation of countries which will power the world economy as they make a step change in development. The I is for Indonesia, on course to be the world’s sixth largest economy, and certainly the world’s most thriving Muslim state. Those two factors make Indonesia a must-do market for any global business. But for shipping there are extra dimensions. Geography, people and natural resources combine to place Indonesia in the top slot as a new shipping boom area. Geography because Indonesia is close to booming Asian markets and because it is made up of a lot of islands. It is built on and needs seaborne links. People because it will generate the next wave of global seafarers, and people because they are pursuing the higher living standards that suck in imports. Resources because Indonesia is rich in natural resources, which lack good export infrastructure.

It’s all there. A country opening up. Growing demand for import and export.
A maritime heritage and a strategic location.

On Thursday March 22 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 “4th Maritime Indonesia - the next Maritime Eldorado of the East”, is the place to be on March 22.

 

   

Thursday 22 March 2012

INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL JAKARTA MIDPLAZA
Jakarta - Indonesia


- for the programme see below -

The speakers and discussion panelists
-  as of 16 March 2012 -

Carmelita Hartoto
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association
President Director PT. Andhika Lines
Conference chairman


Jannis Kostoulas
Managing Director
Mare Forum

 

Bani M. Mulia
Managing Director
Samudera Indonesia Group

Charles Menaro
President Director
Meratus Line

 

Oentoro Surya
President Director
Pt. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk

 

Djoni Sutji
PT. Indonesia Bulk Carrier
Indonesian Shipowners Association INSA

Bagoes Krisnamoerti
President Director
Humpuss Intermoda Tbk
Head of Gas Division at INSA

Nova Y. Mugijanto
Managing Director
PT Pan Maritime Wira Pawitra
Head of Offshore INSA

 

Johnson W. Sutjipto
President Director, Mariana Bahagia
Past
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association

Paulo Alberto Soares
Brazilian Ambassador to Indonesia

 

Satnam Kumar
Director V.Ships

 

Kate Sherrard
Norton Rose (Asia) LLP Norton Rose

 

Lewis A Hart
Executive Director, Marine Asia Pacific
Willis (Singapore) Pte Ltd 

 

Ralph Leszczynski
Head of Research
Banchero Costa

 

Simon Chattrabhuti
Market Analyst, Clarksons

Ben Rogers
Howe Robinson Shipbrokers

 

Sander J.W. Scheepens
Managing Director
Head - Ship Lease & Finance, Standard Chartered Bank

 

Wijaya Surya
Partner
Gecko Chinati Capital Partners Ltd.
Hong Kong

 

Peter Chuang
General Manager, PT Sentek Indonesia
Chairman. Batam Shipyard & Offshore Association (BSOA)


Charles Tang
President
China - Brazil, Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Jan Valkier
Managing Director
Antony Veder Group

 

Knut Helge Drivenes
Sales Director
Maritime
Inmarsat


Ravinder Chadha
Country Manager
ABS Indonesia


Giosué Vezzuto,
General Manager,
RINA Asia

Sidanta Arus
RINA Business Manager Oil & Gas Indonesia


Ali Susanto
Standard Chartered Bank


Dimitri Lyras
Managing Director
Ulysses-systems

 

Dimitris Belbas
Managing Director
SeaFin


Edwin Jager
DVB Group Merchant Bank (Asia) Ltd


Marcus Hand
Editor
SeaAsia
- Seatrade


Teo Keong Kok
Fleet Director
PT. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk

 

Ken Michie
Managing Director Dry Cargo of Clarkson Asia

 

Representatives from the Indonesian Shipowning Community

 

..and many more to confirm...

 


 


-  as of 16 March 2012 -

[ The programme with the list of speakers will be daily updated ]

 

08:00   

Registration
 

09:15  

Session 1
OPENING AND WELCOME

Jannis Kostoulas
Managing Director, Mare Forum
 

KEYNOTE
Carmelita Hartoto
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association
President Director PT. Andhika Lines
Conference chairman

 

    Session 2
    Indonesia and the World - Geopolitical Considerations

Shipping and offshore markets forecast; supply and demand
Ship finance and Investments in Indonesia
 
   
  • Geopolitics - Indonesia in a global context
  • World and Indonesian Commodities Trade Forecast and its effect on shipping
  • Indonesian oil and gas market developments, the coal, palm oil, and other commodities market in Indonesia and its effect on shipping
  • Dry bulk, Liquid cargo, containers, and offshore supply ships
  • Developments in the Offshore market in Indonesia
  • How can Indonesian shipowners expand its maritime position in the world?
  • Beyond 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?
     
  • 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 and Indonesian ship finance picture?
  • Which international banks are active now in Indonesia and who will be active in the future
09:30   session co-chairmen:
Giosué Vezzuto,
General Manager,
RINA Asia

Dimitris Belbas
Managing Director, SeaFin
 

09:40   Geopolitics – The shift of power from West to East - the BRICS and the CIVETS
Charles Tang
President, China - Brazil, Chamber of Commerce and Industry

 
    Shipping and offshore markets forecast; supply and demand
10:00   The Dry Bulk market outlook
Ralph Leszczynski
Head of Research, Banchero Cost
a
 
10:15   The Liquid market outlook
Simon Chattrabhuti
Market Analyst, Clarksons
 
10:30   The Containers market outlook
Ben Rogers
Howe Robinson Shipbrokers
 
10:45   Developments in the Offshore market in Indonesia
Nova Y. Mugijanto
Managing Director
PT Pan Maritime Wira Pawitra
Head of Offshore INSA

 
11:00   The Indonesian Shipping Market outlook
Bani M. Mulia
Managing Director, Samudera Indonesia Group
 
11:15   Break hosted by ABS


 
    Investing and financing Indonesia’s ambitions.
11:45   Has the crisis fundamentally changed the future of global and Indonesian ship finance picture?
Which international banks are active now in Indonesia and who will be active in the future?

Dimitris Belbas
Managing Director, SeaFin
 
12:00   Project and structured finance solutions for FPSOs and other offshore assets
Kate Sherrard
Norton Rose (Asia) LLP Norton Rose
 
12:15   Discussion and Debate between speakers, discussion panellists and audience participants on the following themes:
 
   
  • What will be the future face of the Indonesian fleet?
  • Beyond cabotage: what is the new reality of the Indonesian fleet? What are the possible of competitive ingredients for the Indonesian fleet expansion? What are the disadvantages?
  • 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?
  • Where should Indonesian and foreign investors be putting their shipping money?
  • Is maritime Indonesia an opportunity?
  • Are there alternative sources of attractive ship finance today - other than traditional banks?
  • What´s the position of international banks today and in the near future in Indonesia?
  • What are the Indonesian-owners requirements from the capital providers?
  • Who will finance the Offshore ambitions in Indonesia and what conditions are needed?
     
    Discussion panelists:
Charles Menaro
President Director, Meratus Line
Johnson W. Sutjipto
President Director, Mariana Bahagia
Past
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association
Bagoes Krisnamoerti
President Director
Humpuss Intermoda Tbk
Head of Gas Division at INSA

Ali Susanto
Standard Chartered Bank

Jan Valkier
Managing Director, Antony Veder Group
Wijaya Surya
Partner
Gecko Chinati Capital Partners Ltd.
Hong Kong
Djoni Sutji
PT. Indonesia Bulk Carrier
Indonesian Shipowners Association INSA
Edwin Jager
 
DVB Group Merchant Bank (Asia) Ltd
Oentoro Surya
President Director Pt. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk
Marcus Hand
Editor, SeaAsia, Seatrade

Ken Michie
Managing Director Dry Cargo of Clarkson Asia
Peter Chuang
General Manager, PT Sentek Indonesia
Chairman. Batam Shipyard & Offshore Association (BSOA)

Lewis A Hart
Executive Director, Marine Asia Pacific
Willis (Singapore) Pte Ltd 

Representatives from the Indonesian Shipowning Community
 
13:10   Lunch
 
    Session 3
    The Indonesion Maritime Cluster in Motion
Is Maritime Indonesia an opportunity?
Cabotage - Ship building – crewing - flag, tax, legal environment, ports and terminals debate
 
14:20   Session chairman:
Oentoro Surya
President Director Pt. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk
 
    Investing in Prevention: Environment and Safety in the Indonesian Waters; Challenges and opportunities
14:30   Investing in Clean Air: LNG fuel ships; experiences and investment opportunities in Indonesia
Jan Valkier
Managing Director, Antony Veder Group
 
14:40   Sidanta Arus
RINA Business Manager Oil & Gas Indonesia
 
    The 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?
14:50   Johnson W. Sutjipto
President Director, Mariana Bahagia
Past
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association
 
    Maritime Education and Crewing
How can Indonesia become a source of ship officers to facilitate the worldwide shipping need?
What is needed and who and how will provide the services?
What are the strategies of the shipping Community and government?
15:00   Teo Keong Kok
Fleet Director, PT. Arpeni Pratama Ocean Line Tbk
 
15:10   Satnam Kumar
Director V.Ships
 
15:20   The ports, terminals and maritime infrastructure perspectives.
 
15:30   Break
 
16:00   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?
     
  • Is Indonesia the next Maritime Eldorado of the East?

Discussion panelists:

Ravinder Chadha
Country Manager, ABS Indonesia
Charles Menaro
President Director, Meratus Line
Peter Chuang
General Manager, PT Sentek Indonesia
Chairman. Batam Shipyard & Offshore Association (BSOA)
  
Dimitri Lyras
Managing Director, Ulysses systems
Lewis A Hart
Executive Director, Marine Asia Pacific
Willis (Singapore) Pte Ltd 

Johnson W. Sutjipto
President Director, Mariana Bahagia
Past
Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners Association

Marcus Hand
Editor, SeaAsia, Seatrade
Knut Helge Drivenes
Sales Director
Maritime
Inmarsat

Sander J.W. Scheepens
Managing Director, Head Ship Lease & Finance, Standard Chartered Bank
Bagoes Krisnamoerti
President Director
Humpuss Intermoda Tbk
Head of Gas Division at INSA
Nova Y. Mugijanto
Managing Director
PT Pan Maritime Wira Pawitra
Head of Offshore INSA

Djoni Sutji
PT. Indonesia Bulk Carrier
Indonesian Shipowners Association INSA
Dimitris Belbas
Managing Director, SeaFin
 
Bani M. Mulia
Managing Director, Samudera Indonesia Group
Edwin Jager
 
DVB Group Merchant Bank (Asia) Ltd
Ali Susanto
Standard Chartered Bank
Wijaya Surya
Partner
Gecko Chinati Capital Partners Ltd.
Hong Kong
Representatives from the Indonesian Shipowning Community 
 

17:00   Conclusions and Synthesis
 
17:10
18:30
  Cocktail HOSTED BY V.Ships

 

 



 


 

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