Introduction to Hedging in Energy Markets - IHEM 

CPE Credits Awarded: 16
Categories: Trading, Derivatives, Hedging and Risk Management

Course Date Duration Venue Price Register by Date Register
30 Aug 2017 2 Days Calgary TELUS Convention Centre Country: ca
$ (USD) 1,700.00+5%GST
28 Jul 2017
12 Oct 2017 2 Days Houston, TX Country: us
$ (USD) 1,700.00
8 Sep 2017
08 Nov 2017 2 Days London, UK Country: gb
£ (GBP)1,215.00+20%VAT
6 Oct 2017

5c003d5e591091d484ea3c6e8f6051f1150 150Understanding and identifying how to limit price risk exposure is a complex task. This two-day course will provide attendees with a forum to maximize hedging efficiencies and limit price risk exposure. Delegates will build a portfolio of industry techniques for managing price risk in today's volatile energy markets.

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 optimized.

Prerequisites

Fundamentals of Energy Futures and Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options or equivalent experience.

Includes Online 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 optimized.

Not sure if you have the appropriate experience? Click here to test yourself on futures and options knowledge necessary for this course.

This two-day advanced workshop is perfect for those who are already familiar with futures and options but want a more in-depth understanding of hedging and the tools available. This course uses four unique case studies developed by the industry’s leading risk managers which require the delegate to apply hedging skills to complex scenarios. This programme deals with many different energy commodities, including oil and gas.

  • The qualification and quantification of risk
  • Exposure, price risk and volatility
  • Value-at-risk
  • How to identify, measure, and control basis risk
  • Hedging instruments and risks
  • How to hedge with exchange traded futures contracts
  • Cross-hedging with futures
  • How to hedge with exchange traded options on futures
  • How to choose between futures and options
  • Hedging with forwards
  • Characteristics of swaps
  • Hedging with swaps
  • Swap pricing
  • Controlling basis risk with swaps
  • Calculating CFDs
  • Delta and other options issues
  • The characteristics of OTC options
  • Hedging with OTC options
  • Credit-risk and OTC clearing
  • Asian options
  • Collars
  • Comparison of hedging strategies
  • Syndicate exercises to provide real-life context to the material

Faculty

Course Director

Testimonials

“The instructor’s business experience provided excellent insights into the course concepts. One of the best instructors I have had in the 25+ years of corporate trading.” P.C., ConocoPhillips

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