Fundamental Analysis of the Energy Markets

The course provides an overview of the factors underlying the pricing of the energy markets. Delegates gain a strong understanding of the fundamental drivers affecting the valuation of energy sources. Economic, geographical, political, strategic and comparative factors are considered.

Course Information

Price £650 + VAT
Duration 1 day
Location London
Available Dates

Who Should Attend

  • Recommended for new entrants to the energy industry who would like to gain an insight into fundamental analysis of the energy market
  • Marketing and sales departments
  • Futures and options brokers and dealers
  • Government departments dealing with energy issues
  • Physical traders

Booking Information

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7065 7706

Course Content

Development of the markets

Geographical factors

  • Pipeline/shipping
  • Localised weather reports
  • Seasonality
  • Locality
  • Transport and the supply chain
  • Refining, crude selection and GPW

Political factors

  • Cartel/trade agreements
  • Global events
  • Taxation/trade tariffs
  • Regulation/legislation
  • Environmental pressures

Comparative factors

  • Preference shift
  • Transaction costs
  • Alternative commodities
  • Production yields
  • Relative quality

Background information

  • Market developments
  • Types of oil and gas
  • Terminology

Economic factors

  • Production/consumption
  • Storage availability/costs
  • Insurance costs
  • Interest rates
  • Transportation
  • Currency rates
  • Other related markets