RTC – Mineral Processing 2016

21 Sep 2016 - 22 Sep 2016
The Westin Hotel Jakarta, South Jakarta

Event Overview

Going Forward on Mining Downstream Business

The government has insisted to go ahead with mandatory domestic mineral processing to increase value of mineral export and preserve the country’s mineral resource supplies. The restriction on exports of unprocessed minerals is expected to stimulate new investments in smelters and refineries and associated infrastructure, to create new job opportunities and revenue streams in the country.

However, the lingering drop in global commodity prices that squeezed cash flow of miners makes realization of in-country processing requirement slow-moving. In 2016, the Directorate General of Mineral and Coal puts smelter development as one of its priorities agenda. As of December 2015, data from Directorate General of Mineral and Coal shows the proposed smelter facilities is 72 units to be developed by 89 Mining Business Holders (IUPs) with 25 units of smelter facilities reach the commissioning phase.

The mineral processing conference would highlight regulatory changes, domestic and overseas processed mineral demand and supply forecast, strategic moves by the IUPs holders to secure financing, updated smelting and processing technologies as well as infrastructure challenges in building smelters.

The conference also aims to raise the issues, identify strategies and methods that will result in a proactive approach by all stakeholders to the development of a successful mineral processing industry in Indonesia. It is therefore imperative that companies with the technologies and “know how” attend and participate in this conference. For business interested in getting their “feet in the door” to a developing industry, this is your moment to shine.

 

Agenda Overview

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Wednesday – September 21, 2016


 

08:00       Registration and Morning Coffee

09:15       Opening Remarks

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks - Shirley Oroh, President Director, PT. Asia Mangan Group

 

09:30       KEYNOTE : Upstream Metal Industry Policy

By I Gusti Putu Suryawirawan, Director General of Metal, Machinery, Transportation Vehicle and Electornic Industry, Ministry of Industry

 

10:00       Refreshment Break

 

10:30       SESSION 1 : Keeping the Indonesian Investment Climate

By Alma Karma, Director Regional Potential Development, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)

By Prihadi Santoso, Chairman of Indonesian Smelter Enterprises Association (AP3I)

 

11:30       SESSION 2 : Amendment of Mining Law Key to Development of Mineral Processing Industry in Indonesia

By Hendra Sinadia, Deputy Chairman, Indonesia Mining Institute (IMI)

 

 

12:00       Networking Lunch

 

13:00       SESSION 3 : The Death of the South Kalimantan Iron Ore & Smelting Industry

By Ian Wollff, Principal Geologist, Independent Consultant

 

 

13:30       SESSION 4 : Service Providers on Smelting – Part 1

Benefits of Mechanical Belt Fasteners

By Rich Gilman, Heavy-Duty Specialist, Flexco

Mineral Hydro Transportation - Economical-, Environmental- and Safety Advantages

By Gerald Tychtl, Director South East Asia, Feluwa

 

15:00       Refreshment Break

 

15:15       SESSION 5 : Smelter Industry Business and Future Prospects – Nickel

  • The current status and outlook for nickel smelter development
  • Overview of Indonesia nickel mining market and forecast
  • The economics of NPI in Indonesia
  • Examine global nickel supply and demand fundamentals
  • How to secure financing for smelter project
  • China demand dynamics – what can we expect?

By Steven Brown, General Manager of Business Development, PT. Vale Indonesia Tbk

By Jonatan Handojo, Business Development Director, PT. Indoferro

By Yudi K Nurhadi, Senior Vice President Corporate Finance, PT. Antam Tbk

 

18:00       Industry Networking Dinner by Djakarta Mining Club

 

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Thursday – September 22, 2016

 

08:30       Morning Coffee

09:00       Opening Remarks

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks – Ben Lawson, Vice Chairman, Djakarta Mining Club and Coal Club Indonesia

 

09:15       SESSION 6 : Sustaining Value Added Chain in Mineral Based Industry

By Dr. R. Sukhyar, Chairman of Indonesian Smelter and Mineral Processing Association (ISPA)

 

09:45       SESSION 7 : Profile of Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park, Morowali Regency, Central Sulawesi

  • The current status of Morowali Industrial Park which is designed as the world’s largest integrated nickel industry
  • What are supporting facilities in Morowali Industrial Park
  • Companies currently building smelter in Morowali Industrial Park

By Alexander Barus, Chief Executive Officer, Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park

 

10:15       Refreshment Break

 

10:30       SESSION 8 : Service Providers on Smelting – Part 2

The Use of Simulation to Optimise Processing and Logistics in Mining

By Ekke Oosterhuis, Project Manager/ Bulk Material Handling Consultant, Royal HaskoningDHV

On-Belt Elemental Analysis to Improve Mineral Processing

By Michael Edwards, Physicist – Technical Sales, Scantech International Pty Ltd

 

11:30       Networking Lunch

 

12:30       SESSION 9 : Mineral Reserves

By Armin Tampubolon, Mineral Expert, Geological Agency

 

13:00       SESSION 10 : Smelter Industry Business and Future Prospects – Iron Ores and Copper

  • The current status of smelter development on Iron ores and Copper
  • Production trend of Iron Ores and Copper in Indonesia: What would be demand drivers?
  • Examining Indonesia and global demand trend on Iron ores and Copper

By Cholid Bawazier, President Director, PT. Delta Prima Steel

By Hiroshi Kondo, President Director, PT. Smelting

 

14:00       SESSION 11 : Financing Strategies for Mineral Processing

  • Criteria for selection of smelter project
  • Challenges in smelter project financing

By Dendi Ramdani, Head of Industry and Financial Analyst, Bank Mandiri

Speakers Overview
Shirley Oroh

PT. Asia Mangan Group
I Gusti Putu Suryawirawan

Metal, Machinery, Transportation Vehicle and Electornic Industry, Ministry of Industry
Alma Karma

Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
Prihadi Santoso

Indonesian Smelter Enterprises Association (AP3I)
Hendra Sinadia

Indonesia Mining Institute (IMI)
Ian Wollff

Independent Consultant
Rich Gilman

Flexco
Gerald Tychtl

Feluwa
Steven Brown

PT. Vale Indonesia Tbk
Jonatan Handojo

PT. Indoferro
Yudi K Nurhadi

PT. Antam Tbk
Ben Lawson

Djakarta Mining Club and Coal Club Indonesia
Dr. R. Sukhyar

Indonesian Smelter and Mineral Processing Association (ISPA)
Alexander Barus

Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park
Ekke Oosterhuis

Royal HaskoningDHV
Michael Edwards

Scantech International Pty Ltd
Armin Tampubolon

Geological Agency
Cholid Bawazir

PT. Delta Prima Steel
Hiroshi Kondo

PT. Smelting
Dendi Ramdani

Bank Mandiri
Sponsors Overview

Exhibitors

Flexco, a world leader in maximizing belt conveyor productivity and a 100-year-old company has been providing belt conveyor operators around the world with efficient, safe products, services, and solutions for their systems. Read More


TOMRA specialises in the sorting or pre-concentration of ore.

TOMRA has a range of highly advanced and automated sorting machines that utilise a number of different sensor technologies such as laser, x-ray, infra-red, electromagnetic and colour that are able to sort ore before entering a processing stream. Read More


 

Scantech specialises in on line analyser technologies for bulk materials industries including minerals, cement, steel and coal applications. Read More


 

Assurance, Testing, Inspection, Certification

Our local network of laboratories and offices offer world class quality and safety solutions to industries including Oil and Gas, Minerals / Mining, Environmental, Food, Agriculture, Textile and Garments, Toys and Hardlines. Read More


 

FELUWA Pumpen GmbH is specialized in the development and design, production, international sales and service of pumps for media which contain solids and are difficult to pump. Read More

 

Supported By

Djakarta Mining Club will be fostering of bilateral business but will have as its primary function to promote sustainable minerals production through the education of the masses, through promotion of ongoing exploration and through planned and ongoing dialogue between stakeholders in the mining industry conducted in a non-threatening Safe and conducive environment. Read More


The Indonesia Smelter Enterprises Association (AP3I) is an industry association of metal mineral processing (smelter) which was established on 20 May 2015. Currently AP3I consists of 23 smelters with commodities such as copper cathode, ferro manganese, alumina, lead, sponge iron, and nickel (ferro nickel and nickel pig iron). AP3I has realized investment in smelter of USD 12 billion and employs 15,000 +/- manpower (excluding contractors) Read More


Indonesian Mining Services Association (ASPINDO) is a non political and non profit organization operates under KADIN Indonesia (Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry). ASPINDO which born on August 1997 had 32 companies as it starts. Read More

Delegates Overview

Pricing Overview

Venue Overview
 
Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav.C-22 A

Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

(62)(21) 2253 2400

 

General Directions to the Hotel

From Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK)

  • Continue on Jalan HR Rasuna Said and stay in the right lane.
  • After 2.7 km, keep left towards Jalan HR Rasuna Said.
  • After 8.6 km, keep left towards Angke/Grogol/Cawang.
  • Leave the airport on Jl. Tol Airport Prof. Sedyatmo.
  • Continue onto Toll Prof. Dr. Ir. Sedyatmo and keep right.
  • Exit for Semanggi/Kuningan/Mampang.
  • Turn left onto Jalan Rasuna Said, towards Kuningan/Menteng/Kota.
  • After the MMC hospital make a U-turn and stay in the left lane. The hotel will be on the left after 500 meters.