FOCUSING ON MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN ENERGY TRADING, ETM ONLINE HELPS THE ENERGY TRADING COMMUNITY KEEP UP WITH TRENDS THAT WILL IMPACT THEIR DAY-TO-DAY JOB IN THE NEAR FUTURE WITH TOPICS INCLUDING:
• Traditionals and transitionals: Where do they fit in today’s markets?
- Considering Oil, Gas, Nuclear, Coal’s paths in the years ahead
- Fuels; oils, gasolene, marine and aviation fuels
• Renewables and alternatives: How are they shaping tomorrow’s markets? Generated energy
- Carbon credits
- ESG consequentials
- Clean/low-carbon Fuels
• What are the greatest trading opportunities arising from the ESG revolution?
• Leveraging new trading tech to factor in ESG exposure and risk
• An overview of the ESG linked trading products and where they might best fit in your portfolio
• What opportunities and risks exist to the obtaining and trading of allowances?
• What new products are emerging from this greener environment?
• A look into future developments of UK and EU carbon pricing
• What are the key opportunities within PPA trading markets? Where are they located? Is there open access availability?
• PPAs management, pricing and new clearing solutions
• Using PPAs as a tool to manage risks and finance energy transition
• What is the relationship between the PPA and the wholesale markets in terms of price, baseload and indexing?
• What are the implications of integrating renewable energy players in wholesale markets?
• Energy Storage and Gas Balancing markets
• Is this a crossover disrupter? Is it a new product opportunity: energy and multi-industry development combined
• Potential and technical advances of energy storage systems
• Ensuring resilience and reliability of power networks
• Utilising new technologies to support long term decarbonisation
• What opportunities are developing for now and in the future?
• What physical infrastructure challenges and solutions exist to make hydrogen a genuine market opportunity?
• Co-existence of renewable energy and hydrogen – are they really totally interdependent?
• How will energy pricing change as a result of hydrogen?