In phases of transition and disruption the understanding of markets is indispensable - even more, as energy markets are increasingly interdependent. The diversity of current developments and political interests requires foresight and attention, but may offer tremendous opportunities. Not only the current COVID-19 crisis (and its consequences), but also the fight for influence in the oil market, national energy transition policies, new investments in European infrastructure, uncertainties in nuclear and coal utilisation - to name just a few - have an impact on natural gas prices and their volatility. During this webinar, you will look at and discuss the drivers and the potential future development of natural gas prices.
Duration: approximately 5 hours including regular breaks
Course Level: Skill Instructor: Andrej Pustisek
Designed for you, if you are...
A manager, strategic thinker, engineer or geoscientist from industry, consultancy firms, traders or regulatory and governmental institutions, having an interest in acquiring in-depth knowledge of international natural gas pricing
A basic understanding of the fundamentals of the natural gas industry is assumed.
How we build your confidence
Web-based, state-of-the-art lecture, based on up-to-date industry information and practical experience
Simulations, using our proprietary qualitative forecasting tool
By the end of the webinar you will feel confident in your understanding of:
Factors influencing natural gas prices
Interdependencies and differences between natural gas commodity prices and infrastructure utilisation tariffs
Current international natural gas market trends
Essential sources of information
Fundamentals - Natural gas pricing schemes (e.g. hub, indexed, regulated) - Factors influencing the natural gas price(s) - incl. selected regional issues - Differences in pricing from wholesale to the end-user
Current trends and recent developments - Market developments - Globalisation: LNG, COVID-19, oil price crash
Forecasting, including scenario evaluation using a proprietary tool