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2023 was big but Coaltrans Asia 2024 is set to be even bigger. Take a look at what’s happening at Asia’s largest coal trading event.
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Returning in 2024 due to demand, presentations for this workshop will cover:

Mongolian coal: the threat to US and Australia?

Indonesia’s cokery commission progress. Will there be a surplus of supply?

India’s growing capacity and changing blend

China: What is the outlook on coking coal supply/demand? Is there an increased or weakened appetite for seaborne coking coal?

Coking coal futures market. Why is there a growing need for swaps in managing cost

Limited places available. Sign up during main conference registration.

Sunday, Sep 8: 14:30-17:15

We’ve introduced more networking and meeting spaces. From the networking lounge garden themed bar and meeting tables to the busy exhibition hall, there are more places than ever to meet important contacts and have those vital meetings.

Coaltrans Asia is proud to join with the Meichaofeng Running Club to providing a running activity and race for our attendees.

Pre-registration is required for the running activity. Please select the option during the registration process. On-site registration will also be required to collect the number plate and complete a health declaration. This event is free of charge to Coaltrans Asia attendees.

Monday, Sep 9: 06:30 – 07:30

Join us in celebrating the achievements of one of the key figures in the Asian coal industry as we present the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award.

The first recipient of this Award will be announced at the end of the first day’s conference programme, right before the networking cocktail Reception.

Monday, Sep 9: 17:25

Situated on the beautiful and private hotel beach in Nusa Dua, we’re kicking off this year’s event in style by hosting an exciting welcome networking reception to set the tone, as you get to know fellow attendees in a relaxed setting.

Sunday, Sep 8: 18:30-21:00

Following on from our inaugural Women in Mining and Energy session in 2023, we revisit the topic in 2024 and raise awareness of the challenges faced by women in mining and energy in the southeast Asia region. 

Tuesday, Sep 10: 11:30-12:15

More content, more insights

Keynote panel providing updates on Indonesian coal mining policy, including the Coal Compensation Fund

This prestigious panel, moderated by Haryanto Damanik, Secretary General of APBI-ICMA, will explore the Coal Compensation Fund as well as the degree of relevance between policies and regulations related to the coal price in Indonesia

Panellists include:

· Mr Bambang Suswantono, Acting Director General – Minerals and Coal, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Government of Indonesia

· Hendri Tamrin, Marketing Director, PT Adaro Indonesia

· Senior representative from the Ministry of Maritime and Investment Coordination

· Arsal Ismail, President Director, PT Bukit Asam

Monday, Sep 9: 11:00 – 11:45

Panel: Energy transition for Indonesian producers

Indonesia has indicated its desire to move away from coal towards renewable energy and to achieve net-zero emissions by 2060.

This panel, moderated by Sacha Winzenried, Partner at PwC will explore the challenges ahead including green energy investment, competitive advantages in carbon offsets and main challenges faced to meet Indonesia’s growing energy demand?

Monday, Sep 9: 11:45 – 12:30

Panel: Regional market insights

A series of short presentations on supply and demand outlook for 5 key regional markets:

· Indonesia – Patricia Lumbangaol, Head of Market Research, Adaro

· Australia – Toby Hassall, Lead Analyst – Coal Market, LSEG Data & Analytics

· China – Feng Dongbin, Vice General Manager, Fenwei Digital Information Technology Co

· India – Riya Vyas, Senior Analyst Coal & Coke, iEnergy Natural Resources

· Vietnam – Ding Quang Trung, Deputy General Manager – Coal Trading Department, Vinacomi (TBC)

Monday, Sep 9: 13:45 – 15:00

Keynote: Southeast Asia markets: an economic view

With commodities prices fluctuating considerably, imports increasing exponentially in Vietnam and Thailand, this Keynote address from Dr Phung Quoc Huy, Senior Researcher, Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC), will delve into the economics of the region, highlighting the interesting dynamics that delegates at Coaltrans Asia, need to circumnavigate.

Tuesday, Sep 10: 09:30 – 10:00