The 2014 Energy Risk Summit USA will be taking place on May 20-22 in Houston. For 18 years, this flagship conference has been the event of choice for professionals seeking to enhance their risk management and trading techniques, get to grips with fundamental regulatory and macro changes, and network with 150+ industry professionals.
Energy Risk is delighted to offer this highly interactive two day training course which covers a range of techniques and practices in the field of energy risk management. The programme has been expertly designed to expand the knowledge of participants in relation to risk, exposures, managing uncertainty, portfolio management, limit setting and the implementation of controls.
By attending this two day course, you will gain a broad overview of different price models and numerical techniques to value and optimise gas portfolios that include storage and swing contracts with their associated physical assets, and how to exercise supply agreements and operate power plants taking into consideration the constraints that affect gas networks.
Energy Risk Canada - the most recent addition to the global Energy Risk event series – is returning to Calgary for the 3rd annual event on June 16-17. Backed by 20 years of industry experience, Energy Risk Canada has become the must-attend event for energy risk managers and traders seeking to improve their knowledge on developments in global and local energy markets. Attendees will benefit from an unrivalled two- stream program, pre-conference workshop and fantastic networking opportunities.
The 2013, 16th annual Energy Risk Europe conference will be held in London on 8-9 October with pre- and post-conference workshops on 7th and 10th October.
The conference will provide the perfect forum to discuss issues including low volatility, sluggish trading activity and regulatory changes within the current market, as well as the opportunity to network with fellow industry participants and work out how the market can best move forward.
Are you finding it difficult to report on relevant market and credit risk metrics with accuracy through your current risk systems?
By attending this course, you will gain a thorough understanding of the range of market and credit risk metrics and their advantages and disadvantages for handling complex energy portfolios.
This event will be led by Chris Strickland and Pierre Lebon of Lacima Group