This European Gas Market Structure online interactive course is designed to guide participants through the European gas markets, with a particular focus on those markets in Northwest Europe linked to NBP and TTF hubs.
The course is aimed at those new to the markets needing to understand the structure of the region but will assume a certain level of basic knowledge of natural gas supply and demand.
Sources of Natural Gas:
The course starts out with an overview of natural gas in the region with a look at the characteristics of the indigenous supplies and the key importers of natural gas of Norway, Russia and the growing LNG supply. Delegates will understand the importance of each source of gas and its relevance to the supply balance.
Use of Natural Gas:
The second section of the course will look at the characteristics of demand in Europe, specifically the seasonal impact of Domestic demand, underlying industrial demand and the impact of power demand. The delegates will understand the load duration curves and the bringing together of the supply and demand balance.
Delegates will then gain an understanding of the physical infrastructure of the market of pipelines, storage, LNG and other import and the role the trading hubs play in the market place. Those attending will understand how these are priced and how to gain access to the markets.
This final section will take the delegates through the key traded markets for natural gas and their relationship to each other. Delegates will gain an understanding of how the hubs operate and the primary purpose of their existence. A brief overview of trading activity using these hubs by different players will also be included.
Please check your time zone:
@ 1:00 pm in London
@ 4:00 pm in Dubai
@ 8:00 am in New York
Course Duration: 2 Hours
2 CPD credits Industry Certificate