3rd Palm Oil Summit - Yield Improvement & Carbon Management

18-19 Jul, 2011 - Bali, INDONESIA

Novotel Nusa Dua Bali Hotel & Residences

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18 Jul, 2011 - Monday
09:00

Chairman’s Welcome Remarks

09:05

Breakthroughs in High-Yielding Planting Materials

- Commercialisation of the F1 oil palm hybrids

Abstract for topic

09:45

NBPOL – Recent Developments on High Yielding Planting Materials

New Britain Palm Oil Limited ( NBPOL ) - Dami Seeds
10:15

Colombia - Planting of Interspecific Hybrid - (Oleifera X Guineensis) Blend

Cenipalma - Centro de investigación en Palma de Aceite
10:50

Discussion followed by Coffee

11:20

Implementation of the Indonesia Sustainable Palm Oil ISPO certification & Challenges Ahead

Best Agricultural Practices in Nursery , Fertiliser , Disease Mgt & Mechanization

11:50

Best Practices in Nursery Management for Superior Oil Palm Planting Materials

12:20

Discussion followed by Lunch

13:07

Afternoon Session Chairman

14:00

Sustaining the oil palm industry through continuous improvements to the planting materials.

Felda Agricultural Services Sdn Bhd
14:30

Nutrient Management and Effective, Sustainable Usage of Fertiliser

- Knowledge driven oil palm field management
- Best management practices for nutrient management and yield intensification
- Requirements to monitor and manage environmental impacts, long-term sustainability and green house gas emissions from fertilizers
- Evolving tools for GIS based spatial analysis and precision plantation management

PT Agrisoft-Systems Indonesia
15:00

Discussion followed by Tea

15:30

Crop Forecasting in Oil Palm - A field tested system that gives 4 month crop projections

New Britain Palm Oil Limited ( NBPOL ) - Dami Seeds
16:00

Addressing Issues and Challenges in the Management of Professional Planters in the industry

Sustainable Palm Oil Cultivation on Peatland

16:30

Cost-Effective Water, Nutrient and Ganoderma Management for Sustainable Cultivation of Oil Palm on Peat

17:15

Detailed LCA of Palm Oil in Malaysia comparing different practises in United Plantations and with European rapeseed oil

- Analysis of the effect of cultivation of mineral soil vs. peat soil
- Assessment of the effect of different palm oil mill technologies (biogasification of POME, biomass plant utilizing EFB as biofuel etc.).
- Methodology to account for indirect land use changes (ILUC)

17:50

Discussion. End of Day One

17:51

Networking Reception

19 Jul, 2011 - Tuesday
09:10

A new approach for investment in palm oil sector

Biodiversity & Carbon Management

09:40

Avoiding Deforestation - Using Remote Sensing Technology to Map Oil Palm Development

- Analyze forest activities, detect illegal logging, monitor forest cover change and associated carbon emissions
- Community mapping, land tenure rights and conflict resolution

10:10

Discussion followed by Coffee

10:40

POTICO (Palm Oil, Timber, Carbon Offsets) Project – Linking Expansion of Sustainable Palm Oil onto Highly Potential Degraded Land through Land Swaps

- Economic, environmental, legal, and social considerations
Anne Rosenbarger, Research Fellow
Sekala/World Resources Institute

11:10

HCV Approach to Mitigating Biodiversity & Environmental Impacts of Oil Palm Expansion

- Management & monitoring of HCV for palm oil plantations
- Compensation Mechanism of HCV Loss

Palm Oil Waste Management- Methane Capture & BioComposting

11:40

Converting EFB to Power & Methane Capture

Case Study demonstrating economies of scale to lower cost per kWh

12:10

Organic Composting of Palm Oil Waste to Fertiliser

- A truly Zero Waste Solution and Zero Carbon Emissions

Carbon Conservation Pty Ltd
12:40

Panel Discussion

- What happens after 2012 ?
- Will there still be CDM opportunities for the Palm Oil sector ?
- What other areas can the industry improve on to minimise GHG emissions and manage their carbon emissions ?
Moderator: Dorjee Sun

13:00

End of Conference. Lunch

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