Develop your understanding of the energy markets, and how to model and forecast energy and forward/future prices. Learn the different derivative products and learn how to apply them in the energy markets.
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Develop an understanding of how to model and forecast energy and forward/futures prices by placing energy markets in the context of global financial markets. This class focuses on energy-related derivatives and different derivative products and how to apply them. You will leave with an understanding of energy markets and how to measure and manage the financial risks created by volatile energy prices.
This class provides participants with an in-depth understanding of energy finance by addressing three areas within an energy context: pricing, asset valuation, and risk management. The class places energy markets in the context of global financial markets, and analyzing their subsequent reactions.
Examine the economics, strategy, business valuation, and finance specific to the energy industry, offering you a focused look at your field.
One-Day Focused Program
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and class runs 8:30 – 4:30 with a one-hour networking lunch included.
Our Energy classes are held in Houston, the energy capital of the world.
- Understand international financial markets
- Measure the uncertainty of equity, credit and commodity markets
- Use financial models to analyze and forecast energy prices and volatility
- Understand the risk of and return from futures and options contracts on energy commodities
- Apply option and valuation techniques to the energy markets
- Understand and use derivative products to mitigate energy price risk
- Utilize real options theory to value energy assets
- Use information from futures/option prices to determine optimal production decisions and timing for extraction
- Value-at-risk in the energy industry
- Structuring derivative products in energy markets
- Volatility and correlation
- Introduction to options
- Forward/futures prices and swap prices
- The current state of equity and commodity markets
CEUs: Participants earn 0.7 CEUs and/or 7 CPEs for this course. A certificate of completion will be presented from Texas Executive Education.
Course Credits: 0.50
Dr. Ronn obtained his PhD in Finance from Stanford University. He has published articles on investments, interest-rate instruments and energy derivatives in the academic and practitioner literature.
"Well done, great and knowledgeable presenter."
Senior Advisor, Hess Corporation