This online interactive course is designed to teach delegates the basic trading and hedging activity undertaken by participants in the European markets, with a particular focus on those markets in Northwest Europe linked to NBP and TTF hubs. The course will look at the access to infrastructure, go into an in depth look at pricing interaction and guide delegates through the basic balancing requirements in markets, finishing up with a look at examples of simple trading strategies.
Access to Infrastructure:
The course starts out with an overview of key infrastructure in the markets and will look at the impact of capacity and capacity trading to gain access to the market. Delegates will understand the different types of access and the impact of infrastructure on the traded markets.
Delegates will gain a deep understanding of the interaction of European prices by looking at the supply chain and will be able to determine the influence of driving forces on the curve from short-term prices to long-term prices. Cross-border interactions will also be examined here.
This section of the course will examine the balance of obligations in different European markets and how this affects trading decisions. This will allow delegates to understand the need for trading and hedging in European markets and the consequences of not using a hedging program.
This section will take the delegates through some of the widely used trading strategies in the markets to manage flows and the difference in motivations behind the strategies. Delegates will gain a understanding of the motivations of different players in the markets, specifically the end user suppliers, power station operators, storage and LNG capacity owners.
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@ 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