In light of recent market developments, the Gas Indonesia Summit and Exhibition (GIS) 2017 has been rescheduled to take place between 12th-14th July, 2017, at the Jakarta Convention Center in Indonesia.
It was originally due to be held at the end of this month from 17th-19th January, 2017.
Christopher Hudson, President of organiser dmg :: events global energy explained, “The gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in Indonesia and Asia is huge and full of potential. After numerous consultations with key stakeholders in the Indonesian gas and LNG industry and due to recent market developments, we have decided for the benefit of our exhibitors and visitors to postpone the show until July 2017.”
Addressing the dynamics playing out in the gas and LNG industry in the region, GIS 2017 comes at a critical point for Indonesia’s gas market, asserting the urgency to shift the current paradigms impacting the Indonesian gas and LNG industry.
Under the theme of Advancing Indonesia’s Gas & LNG Industry, GIS 2017 will provide crucial market updates on government organisation Perusahaan Listrik Negara’s (PLN’s) power tender, where the opportunities for small to large-scale infrastructure development from the upstream to the downstream gas and LNG sector in Indonesia lie, as well as updates on Indonesia’s revision to 2015 gas regulations.
The Summit will feature visionary thought-leadership keynotes, thought-provoking interactive panel discussions, topical in-depth commercial and technical sessions presented by industry leaders and subject matter experts.
In addition, a unique platform for international companies to get an in-depth understanding of how to provide their technologies and services to the buyers in Indonesia called the ‘Investment Forum’ will be available for the first time.
Engaging discussions will focus on opportunities for the gas and LNG value chain, market updates on PLN’s 35,000MW Program, gas pricing, small-scale LNG developments, LNG asset management and maintenance – all key issues contributing towards growth prospects and sustainability of the gas and LNG industry.
Over 100 exhibitors and over 3,000 participants, mainly from the developing gas and LNG economies of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Japan are expected to attend the three-day exhibition.
With the fiscal incentives rolled out by the Indonesian government for the gas and LNG industry and the local shipbuilding industry, an exponential growth in the national energy and maritime markets is expected. GIS 2017 looks forward to welcoming its exhibitors participating in the exhibition, including energy majors like Pertamina, SKK Migas, AG&P, Mokveld Valves, PT Parama Nusa Utama, BNF Engineering Singapore and PT Pratiwi Putri Sulung among others.
Registration to Gas Indonesia Summit & Exhibition 2017 is now open. For more information on GIS 2017, please visit www.gasindosummit.com.