Sumatra Miner Conference 2016

29 May 2016 - 31 May 2016
Aryaduta Hotel Palembang, South Sumatra

Event Overview

Sumatra Miner 2016 : Mining Conference was the third edition in Palembang. The conference was held on March 2 - 3, 2016 at Aryaduta Hotel Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. Delegates were treated to a 2 days of relevant industry content followed by an Industry Networking Dinner hosted by Coal Club Indonesia. Sumatra Miner 2016 attracted 136 delegates and 5 sponsors.

This conference brought together Key Industry Players, Producers, Investors, Solution Providers, Government Officials, Mining Associations, Community Representatives, Consultancies, Mining Students and others to work through the challenges and opportunities this industry faces. It also looked at plans to provide more infrastructure in Sumatra to benefit the industry and the regions's economy.

Twenty two speakers from International, Domestic, Local and Government discussed topics :

  • Examing Cost Saving in Challenging Situation
  • Preparing Indonesia Power Requirement Program
  • Improving Productivity and Efficiency
  • Exploration
  • Overview of Sumatra Mining and Current Operations
  • Government Stream
  • Geosynthetics and Potential Liquefaction in Mining
  • Today's Market Outlook - Challenges for Indonesia and The Global Coal Industry
  • Indonesia Mining Outlook Challenges, Opportunity and Key to Survive

 

Agenda Overview

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

08:00 - 09:00  Registration and Morning Coffee
09:00 - 09:30       

Lanita Idrus, Director, Mining Media International - Opening Remarks

Ben Lawson, Chief Operating Officer, PT Sanaman Coal - Chairman's Opening Remarks

Alex Noerdin, Governor, South Sumatera Province - Opening Remarks*

Session 1               

Overview of Sumatra Mining and Current Operations

 

09:30 - 11:00  

Tim Duffy, President Director, PT. Agincourt Resources

Humala Oloan, Operational Director, PT. MNC Energy & Resources

Milawarma, President Director,  PT. Bukit Asam (Persero) Tbk*

 

Session 2       

Exploration, Mine Design and Planning     

11:00 - 12:30

Tobias Maya, Head of Geographical Information Systems, PT. Danmar Explorindo

Greg Henshall, Director, Royal Haskoning DHV

Gerald Tychtl, Feluwa Pumpen GmbH

12:30 - 13:30

Networking Lunch

Session 3 Government Stream
13:30 - 15:00

Alex Noerdin, Governor, South Sumatra Province*

Josaphat Rizal Primana, Director of Energy and Mineral, Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS)

Franky Sibarani, Chairman, Investment Coordinating Board of Indonesia (BKPM)*

14:30 - 15:00 Refreshment Break 
Session 4 

Improving Productivity and Efficiency               

15:00 - 16:30

Rudianto Sitanggang, Senior Technical Services Engineer, PT. AEL Mining Services Indonesia

Ruddy Pangalila, General Manager Mining, PT. KSB Indonesia

Dean Reardon, Director, Satnetcom

Michael Hanakal, Managing Director, Global Road Technology

Panel Discussion  Producers and Service Providers (Examining Cost Saving in Chalenging Situation)
16:30 - 17:15

Tim Duffy, President Director, PT. Agincourt Resources

Milawarma, President Director,  PT. Bukit Asam (Persero) Tbk*

Rudianto Sitanggang, Senior Technical Services Engineer, PT. AEL Mining Services Indonesia

Ruddy Pangalila, General Manager Mining,  PT. KSB Indonesia        

Greg Henshall, Director, Royal Haskoning DHV

End of Conference Day One        

18:30 - 21:00 Industry Networking Dinner By  Coal Club Indonesia at Riverside Restaurant
   

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

08:30 - 09:30 Morning Coffee Break
Session 1  Overview of Sumatra Mining and Current Operations II
09:30 - 11:00

Harry Asmar, President Director, PT Reswara Minergi Hartama

David Fowler, Managing Director, Sumatra Copper & Gold

Dasril Jailani, Chief Mining Officer, Titan Mining Indonesia*

Session 2 Geosynthetics and Liquefaction in Mining 
11:00 - 12:00

Doyo Lujeng Dwiarso, Country Manager - Indonesia, NAUE ASIA Sdn Bhd

 Wilham G. Louhenapessy PhD, President Director, SIGNTEGRA

12:00 - 13:00 Networking Lunch 
Session 3

Preparing Indonesia Power Requirement Program     

13:00 - 14:00

Eva Armila Djauhari, Lawyer, Armila Law Offices

David Wyllie, Principal Mining Engineer, PT. SMG Consultants

14:00 - 14:30 Refreshment Break 
Session 4 Today’s Market Outlook - Challenges for Indonesia and The Global Coal Industry 
14:30 - 15:30

Supriatna Suhala, Executive Director, APBI

Panel Discussion 

Indonesia Mining Outlook Challenges, Opportunity and Key to Survive              

15:30 - 16:15

Harry Asmar, President Director, PT Reswara Minergi Hartama

David Fowler, Managing Director, Sumatra Copper & Gold

Humala Oloan, Operational Director, PT. MNC Energy & Resources  

Dasril Jailani, Chief Mining Officer, Titan Mining Indonesia*

Chairman Closing Remarks and Close of Conference
Speakers Overview
Alex Noerdin

South Sumatra Province
Tim Duffy

G – Resources
Ben Lawson

Sanaman Coal Indonesia
Humala Oloan

MNC Energy & Resources
David Fowler

Sumatra Cooper and Gold
Daniel Madre

Danmar Explorindo
Ruddy Pangalila

KSB Indonesia
Doyo Lujeng Dwiarso

NAUE ASIA Sdn Bhd
Greg Henshall

Royal Haskoning DHV
Eva Armila Djauhari

Armilla Law Offices
Supriatna Suhala

APBI
Mark Harakal

Global Road Technology
Rudianto Sitanggang

AEL Indonesia
Wilham George Louhenapessy

Signtegra
Gerald Tychtl

Feluwa
Dean Reardon

SatNetCom
Tony Ward

Servita Beningdo
Brian Brock

Servita Beningdo
David Wyllie

SMG Consultants
Stephen Nye

Britmindo
Josaphat Rizal Primana

Ministry of National Development Planning BAPPENAS
Hanung Harimba Rachman

Investment Coordinating Board of Indonesia (BKPM)
Sponsors Overview

Bronze Sponsors

Martabe Gold Mine, managed by PT. Agincourt Resources is located in North Sumatra, Indonesia and has a resources base of 7.4 Moz of gold and 70 Moz of silver. Production commenced at Martabe on 24 July 2012. Martabe is established under the sixth generation Contract of Work (‘CoW’) signed in April 1997. The CoW defines all of the terms, conditions and obligations of both PT Agincourt Resources and the Government of Indonesia for the life of the CoW. Read More


Sumatra Copper & Gold plc (ASX:SUM) is a gold and silver producer and precious metals explorer in southern Sumatra, Indonesia. The Company’s flagship asset is its Tembang gold/silver mine, currently in production. The Company also has an extensive exploration portfolio with projects ranging from brownfield, near-production opportunities to strategically located Greenfield holdings. Read More


PT Reswara Minergi Hartama – a member of ABM investama group (a sub-holding company of PT Tiara Marga Trakindo -TMT Group), is positioned as a sub-holding integrated coal-mine company and manage 3 SBUs in coal mining and sea port. Reswara owns concession rights for coal mining and production through PT Tunas Inti Abadi (“TIA”) which operates in South Kalimantan and PT Media Djaya Bersama (“MDB”) which operates in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam. Read More


PT Road Technology Indonesia or in short Roadtech, is an Indonesian (PMA) based company dedicated to do road construction works on the basis of developing viable, affordable and dependable soil stabilization solutions for both existing and new roads.Roadtech provides the “total solutions’ approach, utilizing the best possible combination of mechanical and substrate development in combination with innovative chemical and polymer stabilization technologies for each individual project, hence providing our customers with strong, long lasting and all weather type roads at the best economical solution. Read More


NAUE is an ISO 9001 certified company and produces a full range of geosynthetics – geomembranes, geosynthetic clay liners, geotextiles, geogrids and geodrainage products – used in various applications, including civil, environmental and hydraulic engineering. Due to our experience and our full service offer we can provide you with the best-fit solutions. NAUE’s solutions also improve the global mining industry’s cost control and environmental performance. Our geosynthetics are engineered for long-term performance in all environmental conditions. Read More


In Cooperation With

Terwujudnya ketahanan dan kemandirian energi serta peningkatan nilai tambah energi dan mineral yang berwawasan Iingkungan untuk memberikan manfaat yang sebesar-besarnya bagi kemakmuran rakyat. Read More


The high potential energy resources variety belongs to South Sumatra Province causes the title “National Energy Center Supplier” attached to it. Well-planning, development and mmanagement of energy sources currently attempted continously, not only by South Sumatra Province Governtment, but also all entitre community elements and businessmen. Read More


Indonesian Mining Service Association (ASPINDO) is a non political and non profit organization operates under KADIN Indonesia (Indonesia Chamber of Commerce &Industry). ASPINDO which born on August 1997 had 32 companies as it starts. Now. The numbers have grown to 123 companies since the eaarly 2013. As known, the mining services sector had been declare official on the UU No.4/2009 regulation about mineral and coal mining, especially on the chapter XVI article 124-127. Read More


Forum Reklamasi Hutan pada Lahan Bekas Tambang merupakan suatu wahana untuk mengembangkan dan merekomendasikan proses serta teknologi reklamasi bagian kawasan hutan di tapak bekas tambang agar semakin berkualitas dan sekaligus menjadi lembaga kajian serta mitra dari para pemangku kepentingan. Read More


Coal Club Indonesia will meet regularly at various coal strongholds in Kalimantan and Sumatra. It represents a natural development for Indonesia’s coal industry and has been developed to enable Business to Business and Business to Government conection to be made, thus creating opportunities for domestic and international business. Read More

Delegates Overview

Pricing Overview

1st Delegate : USD 690

Group Delegates (maximum 5 delegates) : USD 1800

  • All fees stated include 2 days conference, Networking lunch and Coal Club Indonesia Industry Dinner
  • Accommodation, transport, subsistence and other associated costs beyond the conference are entirely the responsibility of the delegate
  • Preferential room rates at Aryaduta Hotel Palembang are available. Please contact (0711) 383838
Venue Overview

Aryaduta Hotel Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia

Indulge yourself in sheer opulence as you bask in first-class comfort at Aryaduta Hotel, Palembang. A 30-minutes drive from the Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport will take you to 5-star accomodations offering 174 plush guestrooms. Aryaduta Hotel also houses the largest meeting hall in the entire province, as well as several fully equipped function rooms, making the property an ideal venue for gathering in town.

The Kitchen and The Lounge, meanwhile, satisfy your craving for delectable Indonesian, Asian and Western dishes. Add to these the spa, swimming pool and fitness center and you’ll surely get nothing but an ineffably delightful stay in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.