议程

Pre-conference: Monday, April 8, 2019

3:30PM Pre-conference registration opens
6:00PM Gala dinner

Join over 200 delegates in the Junior Ballroom for our inuagural gala dinner and network with key industry players before the start of the conference.

The dinner is included in your registration fee but is on a first come, first serve basis. Please indicate your interest in joining the dinner once you have registered.

Day one: 9th April 2019: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

8:00AM Registration and coffee
8:50AM Opening remarks
9:00AM Keynote address: The restructured power & mining industries one year on
  • What have been the effects so far of the recent mergers on the industry?
  • Understanding the investment strategy for these newly merged mines
    • How will the newly acquired mines be run?
  • How the world’s biggest integrated power & mining organization has changed the industry
  • Will the recent M&A activity lead to reforms within the energy sector?
  • Showcasing the technologies in use
  • Benefitting from increased efficiencies within the in supply chain

Senior Representative, China National Coal Association

9:20AM Keynote address: Are we going to see a structural change in the coal market in 2019?
  • Is the Chinese market still in deficit?
  • Will coal premiums widen further, or decline?
  • Is India going to reach record import levels in 2019?
  • What surprises we expect on the supply side?
Rodrigo Echeverri, Head of Hard Commodities Analysis, Noble Resources International Pte Ltd
9:50AM Keynote address: Global economic trends and their impact on the Chinese thermal coal market
  • What are the macroeconomic drivers for coal consumption globally?
  • Impact of US-China trade dispute on the domestic coal market
  • The evolving Chinese economy from industrial to services and its anticipated effects on domestic consumption in the medium term
  • An update on China’s coal-to-gas initiative and its effects on the coal industry so far
Liam McHugh, Head of Policy, World Coal Association
10:10AM Keynote address: A new era for Chinese coal development?
  • The role of China’s largest coal companies in integrating sustainable development within the coal industry

Senior Representative, Shenhua

10:30AM Exploring global thermal coal prices to inform trading
  • Coal price outlook in China and beyond
  • Will the prices stabilize or dip further?
  • Anticipated import volumes for the next 12 months
William Wang, China Analyst, Argus Media Limited
11:00AM Networking coffee break
11:30AM Outlining recent coal power production developments within China
  • How policy is shaping power production
  • Forward look: The future plans for China’s energy mix
  • Appetite for increased electrification within the country
Zhaixuan Wong, Vice President, China Electricity Federation
11:50AM Chinese policy analysis and its impact on the domestic coal industry
  • Assessing the effect of the Coal Capacity Cutting Strategy on the domestic coal industry
  • Gauging the effects of the coal import ban
  • What is the Chinese government doing to ensure coal supply at stable prices?
Yang Yufeng, Senior Research Fellow, NDRC Energy Research Center on Policies
12:20PM Transforming the Chinese coal industry: Identifying the trading opportunities
  • Examining the current and future relationship between coal and shale gas
  • How will the coal industry need to adjust given newly-emerging energy sources in China?
  • The anticipated future use of renewables
Jiangi Zhou, Director and Senior Research Fellow, Research Department of Industrial Economy, Development Research Center of the State Council
12:40PM The realities of transporting coal within China
  • What can be learnt from European multimodal transportation
    • Striking a balance between cost efficiencies and meeting environmental standards
  • How are the key domestic policies affecting the transport sector in China
  • Development of new transport links - what is currently in progress?
  • One Belt One Road: Timeline for completion of key projects and how this will aid coal movement
1:00PM Networking lunch break
2:20PM Utilising the Chinese shipping industry to import coal into China
  • How much investment is being made in the Chinese shipping industry at the moment?
  • Redefining trading patterns: the impact of China’s Belt and Road initiative on the shipping industry
  • Mapping the size, availability and standard of the Chinese shipping fleet

2:40PM Meeting clients’ needs through efficient quality testing
  • The importance of quality testing on coal imports in China
  • Best practice in efficient quality testing and costs management
  • Ensuring compliance with quality standards and regulations
3:00PM China Power Panel: Understanding the coal requirements from the major Chinese buyers
  • Exploring the current power demand and what this means for:
    • coal imports
    • domestic miners
  • Evaluating the projected energy mix for Chinese power production
  • What are the anticipated volume requirements of the power plants?
  • What have been the effects so far of the structural overhaul of China’s electricity producers?
Zhaixuan Wong, Vice President, China Electricity Federation
3:40PM Networking coffee break
  • Understanding likely steel consumption within China to inform trading strategies
  • How China’s international trade relationships will lead to success
  • Exploring the potential for stimulus policies and subsequent impact on demand and supply
Wenxin Mu, Director of Coking Coal, Yonggang Group (Jiangsu Steel)
4:10PM Chinese steel production: Forecasting 2019 demand
4:30PM Coking coal price analysis: How cost is affecting supply and demand
  • Has there been sufficient supply response to the high coking coal prices?
  • India poised to become top coking coal importer but what are the challenges?
  • Update on the Chinese import volumes
  • Chinese demand for higher quality coking coal - will these factors be implemented this year?
Deepali Sharma, Steel Raw Materials Editor, Fastmarkets
5:00PM Closing remarks and end of day one

Day two - International Focus day, 10th April 2019: Wednesday, April 10, 2019

8:30AM Registration and coffee
9:20AM Opening remarks
9:30AM International freight rates forecast and impact on trading margins
  • Exploring global fluctuations in freight rates to understanding future direction
  • The major factors that are shaping prices
  • The true cost of IM02020 regulations and its impact on the global seaborne market
  • Chinese coal import trajectories and the impact of ongoing trade war on the dry bulk market
10:00AM International supplier’s panel: Outlining the landscape for supply into China
  • The growing prevalence of US coal in China
  • Exploring how infrastructure investments within the key regions will shape supply
  • The anticipated output trajectory from the key regions
  • Understanding the impact of tariffs and geopolitical developments
  • What is in the pipeline for developing the African coal supply
    • How Chinese investment is fast-tracking infrastructure development
  • What is the projected output volume from South Africa to China?
  • Assessing the demand for Vietnamese coal and available qualities
10:40AM Networking coffee break
11:10AM Understanding Asian coal buyer’s requirements
  • Analysing the energy mix within of Japan, India and Korea
    • Drilling down to understand each country’s buying patterns
  • Understanding the economic situation within each nation and impact upon energy demand
  • Outlining coal demand: Anticipated quality and volume requirements per country
11:50AM Roundtable discussions: Meet with the key stakeholders within the major import/export regions
  • Discuss the issues shaping Chinese supply and demand
  • Gain a thorough understanding the realities within each country
  • Build new business relationships during private closed door discussions
12:50PM Closing remarks
1:00PM Networking lunch and close of conference

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