본문

세미나

KDI가 주관하는 국제회의와 전문가들의 공청회·토론회 및 원 내외에서 발표된 자료입니다.

콘퍼런스

국제회의

[2016 APN Conference] Responding to New Challenges: Towards a More Effective Implementation of PPPs

페이스북
Day 1_ Wednesday November 30, 2016
09:30 - 10:00

Registration & Networking

10:00~10:30
Opening Ceremony
  • Opening
    Address:
       Yongman Cho, Director General for Fiscal Management,
       Ministry of Strategy and Finance of the Republic of Korea (MOSF)
  • Welcome
    Address:
       Joon-Kyung Kim, President,
       Korea Development Institute (KDI)
10:30 - 11:30
  • Keynote
    Present. 1
        Mark Moseley, Lead Lawyer,
        World Bank Group and Senior Director, Global Infrastructure Hub

  • Keynote
    Present. 2
        Amr Qari, Principal PPP Specialist,
        Office of Public-Private Partnership, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
11:30 - 13:00

Luncheon

13:00 – 14:50
Session 1. Instilling Confidence in PPPs: Global Trends
  • Present. 1    Korea’s PPP policy and risk managing measures    Jeong eun Yeon, Deputy Director, PPP Policy Division, MOSF
  • Present. 2    Benchmarking Public-Private Partnerships procurement    Dongjin Kim, Senior PPP Specialist, World Bank Group
  • Present. 3    China’s new infrastructure initiative     Ping Fu, Deputy Director, China PPP Center, Ministry of Finance of China
  • Present. 4    PPP trends and issues in the Philippines    Feroisa Concordia, Director, Philippines PPP Center
  • Present. 5    Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Thailand    Wachiraya Permbhusri, Director, PPP Bureau, State Enterprise Policy Office,
        Ministry of Finance of Thailand
14:50 - 15:10

Coffee Break

15:10-17:00
Roundtable Discussion
  • Chair: Mark Moseley, Lead Lawyer,
                  World Bank Group and Senior Director, Global Infrastructure Hub

ㆍ Questions and Answers
ㆍ Guideline on unsolicited project proposals
ㆍ Other topics

18:00 – 20:00

Welcome Dinner

Day 2_ Thursday December 1, 2016
09:30 - 10:30
Session 2. Making PPPs More Efficient: Environment and Prioritization
  • Present. 1    Almaz Galiev, Principal PPP Specialist, Office of Public-Private Partnership, ADB
  • Present. 2    Infrastructure prioritization framework: A tool to support infrastructure planning
        processes
        Darwin Marcelo, Senior Infrastructure Economist, World Bank Group
10:30 - 10:50

Coffee Break

10:50 - 12:30
Panel Discussion
  • Chair: Kiwan Kim, Executive Director,
                  Public and Private Infrastructure Investment Management Center (PIMAC), KDI
 

ㆍ Thirong Pen, Director General, General Department of International Cooperation and Debt Management, Ministry of Economy and Finance of Cambodia
ㆍ Than Aung Kyaw, Deputy Director General, Directorate of Investment and Company Administration, Ministry of Planning and Finance of Myanmar
ㆍ Novie Andriani, Policy Planner, Directorate of PPP and Financial Engineering, Ministry of National Development Planning of Indonesia (BAPPENAS)
ㆍ Diana Tuam, Acting Assistant Secretary, Public Investments Branch, Treasury of Papua New Guinea

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 15:00
Session 3. Enhancing the Performance of PPPs: Challenges and New Approaches
Chair: Amr Qari, Principal PPP Specialist, Office of Public-Private Partnership, ADB
  • Present. 1    PPPs for sustainable development and regional connectivity     Mathieu Verougstraete, Economic Affairs Officer, United Nations ESCAP
  • Present. 2    Renegotiations of PPP transactions in response to bankruptcy:
        The Melbourne Train/Tram Case Study
        Mark Moseley, Lead Lawyer,
        World Bank Group and Senior Director, Global Infrastructure Hub
15:00 - 15:20

Coffee Break

15:20 - 16:10
  • Present. 3    PPP market trends: project finance and enabling environment     Valery Tubbax, Head of Advisory, Investment Banking, Asia,
        Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
  • Present. 4    Restructuring of the Geoga Grand Bridge    Kyong-ae Park, Head of PPP Management Unit, PPP Division, PIMAC, KDI
16:10-16:30

Conclusion and closing remars

Day 3_ Site Visit_ Friday December 2, 2016
09:15 - 10:30

Hotel → Neo-Trans Co. Ltd.

10:30 - 12:00
Site 1 Railway: Shinbundang Double Track Railway Presentation, control room, trial ride

Shinbundang Line BTO Project
ㆍ Competent Authority: Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transportation
ㆍ Management Operator: Neo-Trans Co., Ltd.
 - Phase 1: 18.5km (operation) Project cost: $1.5 billion (’02 constant prices)
 - Phase 2: 12.8km (operation) Project cost: $900 million (’06 constant prices)
 - Phase 3: 7.8km (preparing for construction)
 - Operation period: 30 years after completion

12:00 - 14:30

Lunch → Yong-In Cleanwater Co. Ltd.

10:30 - 12:00
Site 2 Environmental Facility: Yong-In Sewage Treatment Facility Presentation, facility tour

Yong-In Sewage Treatment BTO Project
ㆍ Competent Authority: Yong-In City Governmen
ㆍ Management Operator: Yong-In Cleanwater Co. Ltd.
 - Capacity: 171,530㎥/day, pipeline 112.90㎞
 - Project cost: $541 million (’02 constant prices)
 - Operation period: 20 years (Mar. 2010 – Feb. 2030)

가입하신 이동통신사의 요금제에 따라
데이터 요금이 과다하게 부가될 수 있습니다.

파일을 다운로드하시겠습니까?
KDI 연구 카테고리
상세검색