4th Palm Oil Summit

09-10 Jul, 2012 - Bali
The Ayodya Resort Bali
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Day 1 - [09 Jul, 2012 - Monday]
08:00
Registration & Coffee
08:50
Chairman’s Introduction
Mr.Scott Stanley, Managing Director
PT Forest Carbon Consultants
Planning for Plantation Expansion & REDD Issues
09:00
Integrating Biodiversity Conservation with Palm Oil Estate Planning & Management
Mr.Bjorn Dahlen, Biodiversity Manager, PT SSS
United Plantations Bhd
09:30
Opportunities for REDD in Oil Palm Estates with Remaining Significant Tracts of Forest Land & How Companies can Generate Revenue Potential
Mr.Scott Stanley, Managing Director
PT Forest Carbon Consultants
10:00
Discussion followed by Coffee
High Yielding Planting Materials
Session Chairman
Mr.Bjorn Dahlen, Biodiversity Manager, PT SSS
United Plantations Bhd
10:30
Developments in High Yielding Planting Materials and Other Advances in Thailand’s Oil Palm Industry
Mr.John Clendon, Managing Director
Univanich Palm Oil PCL
11:00
Oil Palm Yields in India – Can We Compete with the Giants ?
- Developments in high yielding planting materials
- Current palm oil cultivation in INDIA and potential for expansion with key challenges
Mr.RR Govindan, Executive Vice President
Godrej Agrovet Limited
11:30
Improving yield and other complex traits using novel breeding strategies

 

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Dr.Jaap Buntjer, Group Leader Quantitative Genetics & Breeding Strategies
KeyGene N.V
Ganoderma / Nutrient Management
11:50
Replanting System and Trichoderma as an Effective form of Ganoderma Control and Proven Results
Read Topic Abstract
Ms.Ike Virdiana, Pathologist
PT PP London Sumatra Indonesia, Tbk
12:20
New Solutions in Ganoderma Management
Mr.Yik-Kang, Kek, Technical Manager
Bio Actizyme Sdn Bhd
12:40
Discussion followed by Lunch
Afternoon Chairman
Mr.John Clendon, Managing Director
Univanich Palm Oil PCL
13:50
Soil Nutrients and Water Conservation Methods on Non-terraced Oil Palm Plantations
Dr .Christopher Teh, Dept. Land Management
Universiti Putra Malaysia
14:20
Replanting Oil Palm for Smallholders - Issues & Challenges
Tn Hj.Ahmad Sidek Stroo, Deputy Director General ( Services )
Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB)
Technologies for EFB/POME Treatment & Carbon Trading Options
14:50
Zero Ponds - Total Green Solution for POME treatment

- An Affordable & Profitable Solution

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Mr.K R Raghunath, Director
KIS Group (India-Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore-Colombia)
15:20
Discussion followed by Tea
15:50
Treatment Options for EFB and POME & How Palm Oil Mills can Maximise Financial, Social & Ecological Returns
- Various methods available now and those in development will be rated for their triple bottom line performance and their ease of implementation
- Factors affecting Mill owners choices of appropriate technologies will be discussed including transport options, proximity to the power grid and availability of by-product off takers
Mr.Stephen Peters, Director
Stratcon Singapore Pte Ltd
16:20
Alternative Financing Schemes – Can Palm Oil Industry Gain Revenues from the Carbon Market ?
- Overview of market developments
- Outlook of global emission trading
- Emergence of the programmatic CDM approach reducing risks
Mr.Joost van Acht, Managing Director, SEA
Blue World Carbon
16:50
Discussion. End of Day 1
17:30
Networking Reception for All Speakers and Delegates
Day 2 - [10 Jul, 2012 - Tuesday]
08:20
Chairman’s Introduction
Dr.Frank Roland Schroeder, Director, Sustainability & Product Safety
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Headquarters
Potential Opportunities in Myanmar & Africa
08:30
Commercial Viability & Value Creation in West African Palm Oil Production
Mr.Doug Hawkins, Partner
Hardman & Co
09:05
Development Potential of the Palm Oil Sector in Myanmar
Mr.Tin Htut Oo, Chief Executive Officer
Agribusiness and Rural Development Consultants (ARDC) Co Ltd
Palm Oil Refining Challenges & Downstream Markets
09:35
Global Outlook for Oleochemicals & Shaking Up of Indonesia’s Markets
Mr.Chris de Lavigne, Global VP, Industrial Practices
Frost & Sullivan
10:10
Outlook for Malaysian Palm Oil Refineries in Challenging Times
- Will refining margins worsen ?
- What can standalone refiners do to tackle the problem ?
Mr.Mohammad Jaafar Ahmad, CEO
The Palm Oil Refiners Association of Malaysia (PORAM)
10:40
Discussion followed by Coffee
11:10
Commercialisation of a Biorefinery Platform from Palm Oil
- High performance chemical products from palm oil
- New options for fuels and other high volume chemicals
Mr.Robin J. Weitkamp, Vice President
Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc.
11:40
Palm Oil in Animal Feed Industry – Application / Market / Requirements
Mr.Glenn Riemer, General Manager
Berg + Schmidt Asia Pte Ltd
12:10
Soap Noodles Outook - Raw materials / Global Demand
Sovakar Nayak, Palms Resources Pte Ltd
12:40
Discussion followed by Lunch
Afternoon Chairman
Mr.Robin J. Weitkamp, Vice President
Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc.
13:30
Palm Biodiesel & Methyl Esters Outlook
- Impact of US EPA ban on use of palm oil as feedstock in production of biodiesel in the US
- New uses for methyl esters
- Co-Products Glycerol and new markets
Mr.Chris de Lavigne, Global VP, Industrial Practices
Frost & Sullivan
14:00
Market Outlook for Sustainable Palm Oil-based Laundry Detergent & Household Cleaners
Dr.Frank Roland Schroeder, Director, Sustainability & Product Safety
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA Headquarters
14:30
Renewable Fuels from Oil Palm Biomass
Mr.Muhammad Rois Amri, Process Technology & Equipment
UOP Processes International, Inc. (A Honeywell Company)
15:00
Final Discussion followed by Tea
15:30
Close of Conference

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