Introduction to Energy Trading and Hedging

Course Overview This two-day course is designed for professionals wishing to obtain a practical understanding of the basic energy derivative structures that are used in trading, marketing and risk management today. An emphasis is placed on understanding how financial tools are added to physical market components to manage the risk faced by both energy users and suppliers. Participants are requested to bring calculators preferably with the natural exponent function to the course. Who should attend Derivatives sales and trading personnel Structurers Risk control, risk management and audit personnel Asset Liability Managers Asset managers Corporate treasury Hedge Fund Managers   Course Outline Energy Sector Risks (Physical, Financial, Basis, Performance, Cross-Commodity) Natural Gas Index Pricing Crude Oil Pricing Understanding the Forward Curve Energy Forward Curve Behavior - Backwardation/Contango/Cyclicality Basic Hedging Instruments - Futures Contracts and Forwards Basic Hedging Instruments - Fixed-for-Float (Fixed) Price Swap & Basis Swaps Futures Versus Forwards Versus Swaps Transforming Risks using Derivatives Basic Risk Reporting - Position Reports and Mark-to-Market Reports Basic...
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Open Pit Mine Planning and Design Training

Training Open Pit Mine Planning and Design Description: This course covers the basics and key elements of open pit planning and design starting at the geological resource model through to the reserve statement including all aspects of the value chain. Learning Outcomes: After successful completion of the course, you will have a better understanding of the Open Pit mine planning process. The detailed outcomes would be reached as presented in the industry syllabus, however on a broader base, the course will be aimed at developing the candidate's abilities in the six cognitive levels; knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Thus, when being examined on the topics detailed in this syllabus, candidates would be able to demonstrate their capacity for: Comprehending and understanding the general Open Pit Planning and Design engineering principles covered in this syllabus and applying these to real orebodies and optimizing the Mine designs Applying fundamental scientific knowledge, comprehension and understanding to predict the behaviour of mine layouts in terms of the...
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Managing Mine Contractors

Training Managing Mine Contractors DESCRIPTION This training focuses on setting up and managing mining contracts. you will learn how to establish a profitable and realistic relationship with a contractor, and how to run the relationship effectively COURSE COUNTENT Contract document various types and the important issues to address The tender process- preparation of tender documents -risk allocation-selection of preferred tenderer-post tender negotiations How to minimize potential conflict When and when not to consider contract mining Alignment of contractor and client goals Alternative contract styles Maintenance and repair contracts (MARC) Tendering Dealing with variations Feasibility study estimates Termination Contract law fundamentals Risk and processes Components of a tender and a contract – putting your contract into operation Negotiation and dispute resolution PARTICIPANT Superintendents, senior engineers, contract managers, legal and supply personnel, and those working with contract implementation and management  TRAINING METHODE Presentation Discussion Case Study Evaluation  FACILITY Training Kit Handout Certificate Lunch + 2 X Coffee Break Souvenir  Permintaan Brosur penawaran Training ( Harga, Waktu dan Tempat) silahkan Menghubungi kami. Catatan : Pelatihan ini dapat di-customized sesuai kebutuhan perusahaan...
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