This LNG Risk Management online interactive course is designed to allow participants to identify risks in LNG Trading and the appropriate remedies to manage these risks.
The course will set out to look at both the physical and price risk elements of LNG trades and equip the delegates with risk management strategies to use in the future. The course will look at the perspective of both the final buyers of the liquefied product and the sellers.
Participants are expected to have basic knowledge of the LNG value chain and be familiar with existing Sale and Purchase agreement terminology.
Physical Risks in LNG Trade:
The course starts out with a review of the physical risks around trading LNG from the perspective of the cargo and the redelivery of regasified LNG. The section will discuss issues around loading, unloading and forward delivery into different types of market.
Price Risks in LNG Trading:
Delegates will have a full understanding of the different types of pricing model within the LNG marketplace and the risks associated with these different pricing mechanisms. The is section will also look at the impact of basis risks within markets.
This section will use examples from the global market to demonstrate how the physical hedging program would work and the best scenarios to use this as a tool.
This final section will take the delegates through the key markets for financial hedging and how to structure the appropriate trades to manage price risk, these will look at such examples as using Brent futures for proxy hedging, European natural gas markets, JKM and US Gulf Coast LNG Futures.
The class is interactive and live.
Please check your time zone:
@ 9:30 am in London
@ 12:30 pm in Dubai
@ 4:30 pm in Singapore
Course Duration: 2 Hours
2 CPD credits Industry Certificate