HGT IN-PERSON

today October 6, 2021my_locationOnline


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12:00 pm remove 12:50 pm
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Current Trading Environment: Challenges and Opportunities

Thumbnail Tom Bent, Director, Principle And Commercial Energy Services

Thumbnail Mark Meyrick, Head of Smart Grids & PPAs, Ecotricity

Thumbnail Philip Wiltshire, Commercial Associate, Forsa Energy

Thumbnail Paul Monk, UK Power Specialist, Catalyst Commodities

Thumbnail Daniel Norton, Commercial Director, Colorado Energy

PANEL DISCUSSION
• Gas Price Spike. What’s happening in the global gas market and why? What is the outlook?
• UK Power Crunch. What made the market go so tight, and what is the outlook?
• Credit Risk implications from surging prices and volatility.
• How are interconnectors dealing with
• Brexit and extreme volatility?

12:50 pm remove 2:10 pm
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Networking Lunch

2:10 pm remove 2:50 pm
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What are Investors looking for, and what vehicles are they using to access GB Energy Markets?

Thumbnail Jo Butlin, Director, Energy Bridge

Thumbnail Paul Verrill, Executive Director, EnAppSys Ltd

Thumbnail Jonathan London, Energy Markets Strategy & Business Development Consultant, Akereos Capital

INVESTOR PANEL DISCUSSION
• What assets and markets are of greatest interest to investors?
• What investor profiles are the best fit for your trading organisation?
• Accessing funding
• How will this investment change the trading landscape of GB energy in the years ahead?

2:50 pm remove 3:30 pm
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Building New Partnerships Between Wholesale Partners And Newer Market Entrants

Thumbnail Tom Bent, Director, Principle And Commercial Energy Services

Thumbnail Norbert Szalay, Global energy procurement manager, Reckitt Benckiser

Thumbnail Rob Bullyment, Originator, Axpo

Thumbnail Philip Wiltshire, Commercial Associate, Forsa Energy

Thumbnail Stuart Peel, Head of Commercial, United Gas & Power

• Best practises in credit risk management in the covid era
• Credit storm rising - is the worst still to come?
• The divergence between credit givers vs what credit takers give/accept
• The role of credit insurance
• Access via new technologies vs access via traditional intermediaries
• The tools and platforms facilitating flexibility market access

3:30 pm remove 4:10 pm
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Networking Coffee Break


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Begin October 6, 2021 H 9:00 am
End October 6, 2021 H 5:00 pm
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