Three Days: Structured Energy/Power Transactions, Real Options, Retail Electricity Deals and How to Trade Around Energy Assets Seminar

  • A Three-Day Classroom Seminar and Workshop (CPE Approved)
  • June 18-20, 2019
  • New York, NY, United States

This seminar is designed for regulated and deregulated energy managers, structuring professionals, and anyone else who wants to gain a better understanding of the concepts, methods, and tools energy managers use to structure and price profitable energy/power agreements; how to monetize energy & electric power assets; structure retail power transactions; and increase profits.

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This program covers a wide range of energy and power transactions and assets illustrating common principles used across the energy industry. Many powerful energy/power structuring and asset trading techniques are explored, with examples of how these techniques can be applied to many real-world energy transactions and assets. This course also addresses retail electricity pricing structures, RFP proposals, full requirements contract structures, the issues faced by providers of last resort, switching/migration risk, power purchase agreements and a number of other topics. This course is unique in that it addresses both the deterministic intrinsic value and the hidden ''insurance extrinsic value'' associated with complex agreement structures, energy assets and other opportunities.

A laptop is required with any version of EXCEL.

What You Will Learn

  1. Financial engineering and stochastic methods and the statistics of structuring
  2. The economics of electric power generation and how to make money trading between next-day vs. real-time electricity prices.
  3. How to trade around, hedge, and monetize natural gas, petroleum and electric power storage, processing, and transmission assets.
  4. Surprisingly effective natural gas structured transactions that lock in profits and value.
  5. How and why many energy/power market participants ''leave money on the table'' by undervaluing energy options.
  6. How to calculate risk in structured energy products.
  7. How to increase asset value and build the business case for electric batteries, renewables and other distributed energy resources.
  8. The Intrinsic and Extrinsic ''Option Value'' of energy & electric power assets
  9. How to trade around storage, transportation, btu and electric generation assets.
  10. How to structure cross-commodity structured transactions.
  11. Real Options, Insurance Value and Trading Around a Hedged Asset.
  12. The structure of forward tolling, and reverse tolling arrangements -- and what to watch out for
  13. The statistics of energy transactions, and how to value opportunities and manage risk.
  14. How structured financial transactions can mimic physical energy and electric power assets.
  15. How to structure retail energy supply obligations and community choice aggregation deals.
  16. And much more...

Who Should Attend this Seminar

Among those who will benefit from this seminar include energy and electric power executives; attorneys; government regulators; traders & trading support staff; marketing, sales, purchasing & risk management personnel; accountants & auditors; plant operators; engineers; and corporate planners. Types of companies that typically attend this program include energy producers and marketers; utilities; banks & financial houses; industrial companies; accounting, consulting & law firms; municipal utilities; government regulators and electric generators.

Each Class is Limited to First 20 Registrants

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Your Instructor

Kenneth Skinner, PhD - VP and Chief Operating Officer, Integral Analytics

Kenneth Skinner, Ph.D. is Vice President of Risk & Evaluation Products for Integral Analytics, an analytical software and management consulting firm focused on operational, planning, and market research solutions. Dr. Skinner has over 20 years' experience in evaluation and risk measurement, having worked as an energy consultant with PHB Hagler Bailly and Financial Times (FT) Energy, and as the Derivative Structuring Manager for the retail energy supplier Sempra Energy Solutions. He has his Ph.D. from Colorado School of Mines, in Mineral Economics, with an emphasis in Operations Research, an MBA from Regis University and his BS in Engineering from Letourneau University.

Dr. Skinner is a nationally recognized expert in economic evaluation and modeling of energy assets including energy storage, distribution and generation, efficiency and demand response, renewable energy alternatives, financial derivatives and structured contracts using net present value, econometric and statistical methods, optimization principles, and real option valuation techniques. Dr. Skinner is currently the technology columnist for Wiley Natural Gas and Electricity Journal and is a noted speaker on energy related topics for organizations such as AESP, IAEE, ACEEE, PLMA, IEPEC, INFORMS, Infocast, EUCI, SNL Energy and PGS Energy Training.

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: May 28, 2019