Exploring European Natural Gas Markets - EEGM 

CPE Credits Awarded: 16
Categories: The Natural Gas Industry , Oil Industry

Course Date Duration Venue Price Register by Date Register
21 Nov 2017 2 Days London, UK Country: gb
£ (GBP)1,215.00+20%VAT
20 Oct 2017

5c003d5e591091d484ea3c6e8f6051f1150 150This two-day workshop provides an in-depth exploration of the UK and continental European natural gas markets, from supply and demand through regulatory issues to spot and derivatives trading markets and risk management. The course is packed with up-to-the-minute information on the rapidly changing European picture – from infrastructure developments including planned pipeline and LNG import terminals to the trading hubs and market centres that are developing across the continent. Discussion is focused on market responses to the EU’s market liberalisation programme and on the nature of the wholesale gas trading that now occurs in the UK and Europe. Case studies provide practical application of concepts being taught. Competitive team trading simulations give delegates direct experience of some of the issues facing European gas traders, requiring both long-term strategic choices about sources of gas supply and short-term tactical trading decisions.

Includes Web-based Pre-study Module
This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimised.

Prerequisites

Delegates entering this course should have successfully completed Overview of the European Natural Gas Industry or have equivalent experience.

Any individual who has a physical or financial interest in the energy industry will benefit from the insights this course offers. Especially suitable for companies and individuals becoming exposed to European gas markets for the first time, or seeking to broaden and deepen their understanding of what is happening in the gas markets across Europe right now.

  • Gas market fundamentals: natural gas supply and demand from a European and global perspective
  • European gas infrastructure: existing and planned transmission pipelines and LNG terminals, storage, trade flows and imports
  • Gas market liberalisation: the European liberalisation process, its legal framework, aims, concepts, successes and failures and key processes
  • Gas trade in the liberalised market: access to transmission and storage capacity, balancing, transmission system operation
  • Gas trading in Europe: long term contracts, spot trading, markets and exchanges, hubs and trading locations
  • The UK gas market: how it operates, who trades, what instruments are traded, what influences prices
  • European gas markets: how spot and forward trading is developing across the continent, with a look at each of the main national or regional markets
  • Risk management in the European gas market – the challenges faced by gas supply companies in liberalised markets, the concept and practicalities of hedging

The course includes team exercises based on actual market scenarios including the use of gas storage, hedging using futures markets, short term gas trading in a balancing market. A competitive team trading simulation puts delegates in the role of a gas supply company facing both challenges and opportunities in the gas markets.

Faculty

Course Director

Testimonials

“Teacher is very skilled and exposition has been excellent.” S.R., GME

If you have attended a past course please provide us with some feedback.

UK: (+44) 1865 250521   |   Singapore: (+65) 6837 8030   |   USA: (+1) 713 343 1699

 

Email us at info@oxfordprinceton.com

logos logos bac2 logos logosfacebooklinkedintwitter
 
   The Oxford Princeton Programme, Inc. is not affiliated with Princeton University, Oxford University, or Oxford University Press.

footerimage