Water Infrastructure Indonesia



27 Mar 2012
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Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce our media partnership with Water Infrastructure Indonesia which will be held on 27-28 March, in Jakarta, Indonesia. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,

For Event Enquiry: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg

Strategies to Deliver Clean Water; Understanding the Technical Requirements; Developing Partnerships and Managing Water Stakeholders

Water systems in Indonesia are still underdeveloped. This is changing.

The government’s masterplan is to bring the water coverage to 68% by 2015 and 100% by 2025; these projects are starting right now.

Focusing on the latest regulations, financing schemes, and project plans for water infrastructure development, Water Infrastructure Indonesia 2012features the finest speaker line-up ever assembled in Indonesia.

Water Infrastructure Indonesia brings together key Indonesian and regional stakeholders who will discuss how these changes are going to take place, and more importantly, decide which companies will win these projects.

Main Conference: 27th & 28th March, 2012

Venue: Crowne Plaza, Jakarta, Indonesia

Attend for the following reasons:


  • Ir. Mohamad Rachmat Karnadi, MT, Chairman of Supporting Agency for Water Supply System Development (BPPSPAM), MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS, REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA will outline the opportunities for water infrastructure development in Indonesia

  • Dr. Ir. Dedy Supriadi Priatan, MSc, Deputy Minister for Infrastructure Affairs, MINISTRY OF NATIONAL PLANNING (BAPPENAS) , REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA will share expertise on effective strategies to expedite the land acquisition process for infrastructure development in Indonesia

  • Bernardus Djonoputro, Managing Director, PT. NUSANTARA INFRASTRUCTURE will share ways to capitalise this Indonesian water boom
  • Thomas Pang, Chief Executive Officer of K-Green Trust, will be giving a thought provoking presentation on perspectives from a long-term investor in water infrastructure projects.

  • Anis Anis, Infrastructure and Environment Planning Manager, for the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council, defined the key objectives of long-term infrastructure planning. He also talked about coordinating with utility providers and authorities to plan and design future water infrastructure and discussed the design challenges for water infrastructure.


      Register through one of the following three ways!


    Phone: +65 6722 9388

    Email: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg


    I look forward to welcoming you in March.


    Andrew Davis

    Conference Director - Construction

    IQPC Worldwide

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