Organised by New York Mercantile Exchange
Energy Risk Management
Tue, 18 Nov - Wed, 19 Nov 2008
New York City, New York, United States
General informationThis two-day NYMEX Sponsored course will introduce the tools needed to manage energy price volatility and mitigate the impact on profit margins.
The course examines the factors that affect the price and volatility of the energy products markets and how those elements can be used to manage price, volatility, and, most importantly, margins. The course will discuss the relationships of:
Buying and selling
Manufacturing and marketing
Futures and options
Over-the-counter swaps, options, and forwards
Techniques to put all of these pieces together
Specific purchasing and risk management objectives will be discussed along with hedging strategies and policies. This will allow attendees to develop their own strategies most suited to meet the objectives of their companies.
The course will also elaborate on the corporate policies, procedures, board resolutions, FASB 133 requirements, and the checks and balances required that would meet the most diligent auditor's requirements.
Executing hedges on the NYMEX Division will be discussed. Individual sessions will include real life examples.
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