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A 5-Day Masterclass in the Energy Markets

Risk management, building crucial capabilities and getting to know your customer

30 March - 3 April 2020

Central London

Agenda Summary (access the full agenda to the Masterclass in Energy Markets here)

DAY 1
Global Deregulation and how it Shaped the Markets, Cashflows and Business Models of the Players

  • The history of deregulation
  • Business models identifying cash flows and risk

Case Studies

  • Blackout history of deregulated energy markets
  • Lending to the global energy market in 2001/2


DAY 2
Critique and Description of the Risks and Rewards of Global Power Markets

  • Global commodity flow
  • Risks specific to the global energy markets
  • Overview of other risks stemming from the global energy market
  • Risky business

Case Studies

  • Winners and losers

Toolkit Summary and Discussion

  • Gain insight to culture, risk management and value creation

DAY 3
Managing Risks in the Global Energy Market

  • Practical risk mitigation
  • Market risk
  • Measuring market risk
  • Risk capital
  • Credit risk is an endemic feature of power markets

Case Studies

  • Current German power prices
  • ENRON
  • Williams “Out of Business In 10 Days”

Workshop

  • Horizon scanning of global energy market

DAY 4
Vision, Financial Liquidity and Trading Dexterity

  • Understanding and using capabilities to navigate investment need 

Case Study

  • Captains of Collateral

Workshop

  • Capilities workshop


DAY 5
Delivering Value through Your Commercial Skills

  • Power Purchase Agreements (PPA): Mitigating risk through thorough contracting

Case Studies

  • Allen & Overy contract summary
  • EEX hedging

Workshop

  • Detailed examination of electricity market reform feed in tariff contract for differences