Workshop Series #1

Developing

Carbon Capture
& Storage

in Indonesia

Comprehensive outlook and overview of technology advancement & standards, economics & financing,
Indonesia’s CCS progress & updates, and international case histories

16 NOV 2023

SARI PACIFIC HOTEL, JAKARTA

08.00 - 17.00 GMT+7

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Sponsored by

KEYNOTE SPEECH

jodi mahardi

Jodi Mahardi

Deputy Coordinating Minister
for Maritime Sovereignty and Energy, Coordinating Ministry for Maritime and Investment Affairs Republic of Indonesia

WELCOMING REMARKS

desti alkano

Desti Alkano

Founder & Executive Director
at Energy Academy Indonesia (ECADIN)

belladona (2)

Belladonna Troxylon M.

Director
at Indonesia CCS Center

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

CCS General Overview

candra sutama

Candra Sutama

COO Energy Academy Indonesia (ECADIN)
& Former Principal at Schlumberger

Carbon Capture Technology
& Transport Network

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Aming Kusumadjaja

Managing Director at Technip Energies Indonesia

Carbon Storage
& Monitoring System

m rachmat sule (1)

Mohammad Rachmat Sule

Manager of National CoE for CCS/CCUS
at Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)

Economics
of CCS

eric williams (1)

Eric Williams

Principal Economist at Global CCS Institute

CCS Regulations
& Landscape in Indonesia

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Rizky Muhammad Kahfie

Secretary General at Indonesia CCS Center

Indonesia CCS:
Current Progress and Updates

oki muraza

Oki Muraza

SVP Research & Technology Innovation
at PT Pertamina (Persero)

Lesson Learned from UK-HYNET ENI CCS Project:
Regulatory & Tech. Considerations

satyavan reymond (1)

Satyavan Reymond

CCUS&F Manager at ENI Australia

AGENDA

Registration

08.00 – 09.00

Welcoming Remarks

09.00 – 09.10

  • Desti Alkano
    ECADIN Founder & CEO
  • Belladonna Troxylon M.
    Director at Indonesia CCS Center

Keynote Speech

09.10 – 09.20

  • Jodi Mahardi
    Deputy Coordinating Minister
    for Maritime Sovereignty and Energy, Coordinating Ministry
    for Maritime and Investment Affairs Republic of Indonesia

CCS General Overview

09.20 – 10.00

Introduction to CCS | Roles of CCS in net-zero | Global Milestones and Future

  • Candra Sutama
    ECADIN COO and Former Principal at Schlumberger

Carbon Capture Tehcnology & Transport Network

10.00 – 11.00

Tehcnology to capture carbon dioxide | Transporting carbon | Efficiency and optimization

  • Technip Energies Expert

Coffee Break

11.00 – 11.15

Carbon Storage & Monitoring System

11.15 – 12.00

Principles of carbon storage in geological formation | Critical considerations | Monitoring

  • Fatkhan
    National Center of Excellence for CCS/CCUS at Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)

Indonesia CCS: Current Progress and Updates

12.00 – 12.30

Updates on the current and upcoming CCS projects in Indonesia

  • Oki Muraza
    SVP Research & Technology Innovation
    at PT Pertamina (Persero)

Lunch break and networking

12.30 – 13.30

The Economics of CCS

13.30 – 14.15

How to bring CCS to economic benefits for all stakeholders | Strategies, policies, and market

  • Eric Williams
    Principal Economist at Global CCS Institute

CCS Regulations & Landscape in Indonesia

14.15 – 15.00

Current status | Policies and regulations in the pipeline

  • Rizky Muhammad Kahfie
    Secretary General at Indonesia CCS Center

Coffe Break

15.00 – 15.15

Global CCS Projects Updates

15.15 – 15.50

Lessons learned from UK-HYNET ENI CCS
Project: Regulatory & tech. considerations

  • Satyavan Reymond
    CCUS&F Manager at ENI Australia

Closing Remark

15.50 – 16.00

Principles of carbon storage in geological formation | Critical considerations | Monitoring

  • Desti Alkano
    ECADIN Founder & CEO

Gallery

Relevant Articles

ECADIN attended the First Internatinal CCS Forum

International Masterclass and Networking Program “Refinery of the Future: Petrochemicals, Biofuel and Blue Ammonia”

ECADIN in Indonesia International Geothermal Convention & Exhibition

New & Renewable Energy (NRE) Champion Program on CCUS

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International Masterclass and Networking Program "Refinery of the Future: Petrochemicals, Biofuel and Blue Ammonia

The demand in transportation might be tapering off in the near future, but petrochemicals are rapidly becoming the largest driver of global oil consumption. Beyond the business opportunities, how can we tackle sustainability and circularity challenges?

In the downstream sector, biofuels show promise, and the blue ammonia sector is ripe with potential.

However, biofuels as well as carbon capture and storage for blue ammonia are currently costly – do we have a chance?

 

These are among the strategic questions we explored with Kilang Pertamina International during our International Masterclass and Networking Program “Refinery of the Future: Petrochemicals, Biofuel and Blue Ammonia”. We are honored to engage with esteemed participants and ECADIN experts and partners.

 

We bring our expertise and extensive network, aiming to equip society and the workforce with the expertise needed for green transformations. Contact us for collaboration and engagement.

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ECADIN on Indonesia International Geothermal Convention & Exhibition

Critical minerals are key to the clean energy sector’s growth. As we shift towards greener energy, the demand for these minerals, especially in EVs and battery storage, is set to rise. The fastest demand growth, forecasted by International Energy Agency (2023) will be lithium: it is projected to multiply by more than 10 times by 2040.

 

But have you heard that in many places, lithium can be extracted from geothermal brine? In fact, it is quite a hot topic now (literally and figuratively!)

 

Get some insights from our latest paper, presented today in Indonesia International Geothermal Convention & Exhibition, by no other than the geothermal rock star slash ECADIN senior partner, Ir. Ali Ashat.

 

We bring our expertise and extensive network, aiming to equip society and the workforce with the expertise needed for green transformations. Contact us for collaboration and engagement.

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New & Renewable Energy (NRE) Champion Program on CCUS

Pertamina Corporate University in a collaboration with Energy Academy Indonesia (ECADIN) developed New & Renewable Energy (NRE) Champion Program, aimed at enhancing the capabilities of PT Pertamina (Persero)’s professionals in 11 sectors in green transformations. In this collaboration, ECADIN provide their expertise and extensive network of experts to develop syllabus and curriculum as well as deliver the tailored-made program for Pertamina and its subsidiaries.

 

One of the program series was focused on technical to economic aspects of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS). Esteemed experts from the global energy sector have been invited to share their knowledge, insights and experiences, enabling participants to acquire a comprehensive understanding of CCS ecosystems and business opportunities.

 

The distinguished panel of experts includes:

 

Comprehensive Exploration of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS)

Eric Williams, Principal Consultant Economics at the Global CCS Institute

 

CCU-CCUS initiatives and targets of PT Pertamina (Persero)
Dewi Mersitarini, CCUS Team Lead at Pertamina Research and Technology Innovation

 

The Dynamics of CO2 Capture: Technology Trends, Processes, Potentials, Challenges, and Market Development
Joseph Stroffolino, Solution Development Manager at Air Liquide

 

The Landscape of CO2 Transport: Technology Trends, Processes, Potentials, Challenges, and Market Development
Jasper Heikens, Chief Commercial Officer at ECOLOG

 

Delving into CO2 Storage: Technology Trends, Processes, Potentials, Challenges, and Market Development
Hadrien Dumont, SLB New Energy, Subsurface Measurement Domain Head

 

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Projects in the Cement Industry
Pierre Bernard, Cement Manufacturing Manager at EQIOM (CRH France)

 

CCUS Initiatives: Project Developments and the Advancement of an Offshore CCS Hub in Indonesia
Shamik Bose, Subsurface Project Lead at ExxonMobil

PAYMENT DETAILS

Payment should be made through a bank transfer, and please attach the e-receipt via the registration form.

Account Number171-00-0506590-2
Bank NameBANK MANDIRI
Beneficiary Name: AKADEMI ENERGI INDONESIA
Swift Code: BMRIIDJA

*) Payment of the full amount (100%) must be completed. Please ensure that payments are made exclusively through the official bank account provided above. Payments made to any other accounts will not be deemed valid and will not be subject to refunds.

*) Should you prefer to utilize credit card payment options, we kindly direct you to the following page: s.id/CCPAYMENT. Subsequently, we kindly request that you capture a screenshot of your approval and append it to this registration form.

PARTICIPATION FEE

  • IDR 5,500,000 (EARLY BIRD UNTIL 1 FEB., 2024)
  • IDR 6,250,000 (REGULER PRICE)

LIMITED SEATS AVALAIBLE

Only 80 Seats

Person in Charge:

SEATS AVALAIBLE

50 Only

Person in Charge: Rizky Segha
(+62 812 3218 4474)

PAYMENT DETAILS

Payment should be made through a bank transfer, and please attach the e-receipt via the registration form.

Account Number171-00-0506590-2
Bank NameBANK MANDIRI
Beneficiary Name: AKADEMI ENERGI INDONESIA
Swift Code: BMRIIDJA

*) Payment of the full amount (100%) must be completed. Please ensure that payments are made exclusively through the official bank account provided above. Payments made to any other accounts will not be deemed valid and will not be subject to refunds.

PARTICIPATION FEE

IDR 3.000.000

SEATS AVALAIBLE

70 Only

Person in Charge: Rizky Segha
(+62 812 3218 4474)