This dynamic two-day Energy Markets Primer provides a practical understanding of the physical and financial markets for natural gas, crude oil, unleaded gasoline and heating oil, providing you with the knowledge needed to successfully navigate this volatile market. It helps eliminate the mystery around what many consider a daunting topic.
The instructor will lead an examination and discussion on the factors that influence energy pricing including:
- Energy Logistics & Value Chain
- Physical “cash” market for energy and the related published indexes
- New York Mercantile Exchange and energy futures contracts
- Speculative trading for profit
- Hedging price risk for producers & consumers of energy
- Risk controls in Energy Trading & Hedging
BEST DEAL DISCOUNT: $1,295.00 per person (register super early to get this deal)
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The University of Tulsa, CESE
|May 1-2, 2019 * Houston, TX
BEST DEAL DISCOUNT Deadline: March 20, 2019
Early Enrollment Discount Deadline: April 3, 2019
Registration Form (pdf)
|June 5-6, 2019 * Tulsa, OK
BEST DEAL DISCOUNT Deadline: April 24, 2019
Early Enrollment Discount Deadline: May 8, 2019
Registration Form (pdf)
Tom Seng, MBA
Who Should Attend
Those involved in all sectors of the oil & gas industry (upstream, midstream, downstream) needing to understand energy market pricing, trading and hedging.
*There are no prerequisites for attendance and no prior knowledge of the topics to be covered is necessary for attendance.
During this two-day seminar, you will learn…
Program Highlights & Benefits
Data on Domestic & Global Supply-Demand
Weather, Economic, Geopolitical, Supply/Demand, Currency, Key Government Inventory Reports, Electric Generation, Regulatory Measures
Natural Gas Wellhead-to-Burner tip: Gathering & Processing; Transmission & Storage; End-Use; Imports/Exports
Service Levels; Rates & Tariffs; Quality Specs
Polling Methodologies/Surveys; Major Publications & Indexes
History of NYMEX; Futures Contracts for Oil & Gas; “Pit” vs. Electronic Trading; High-Frequency Trading
Forwards vs. Futures; Swaps; Spreads; Options
Simple, “Fixed-Price” Hedges: Producer, End User
Case Studies; Policies & Procedures; FAS-133 Hedge Accounting
This class meets the criteria for continuing professional development in many state and national professional organizations.
Dates, Times & Locations
The seminar meets from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm each day.
June 5-6, 2019 * Tulsa, OK