Natural Gas 202
CPE: Recommended 6.5 hours
Program Level: Basic to Intermediate
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Prerequisites: Natural Gas 101 or working knowledge
Instructional Delivery Method: Group Live
Cost: $898 (discount available if combined with Natural Gas 101).
Schedule: 8am – 4pm. Lunch is provided at 12pm.
Brief: Learn the Trading, Hedging and Regulatory background to allow you to take your natural gas experience to the next level. Explore the rapidly changing structure of the natural gas industry to better prepare yourself for the future.
Natural Gas 202
AGENDA 1 – Day
- Review of Natural Gas 101
- What is Natural Gas – Physical properties of natural gas
- Measurement of Natural Gas – Volume vs. heating content
- Industry Participants – From producers to brokers
- Natural Gas Pricing – What influences natural gas pricing
- Trading Language – How to understand what people are saying
- Physical and Financial Products Traded in the Natural Gas market
- Natural Gas Options
- In class exercise buying / selling commodities
- Hedging vs. Speculation
- Required Risk Policies
- Hedging Example – Producer
- Hedging Example – End User
- Hedging Example – Storage
- Hedging Example – Transportation
- The Paper Side
- FAS 133 – Hedge Accounting
- Regulatory – From the Natural Gas Policy Act to Today
- Natural Gas Act
- Phillips Decision
- NGPA 1978
- Order 436 / 500 / 636 / 637
- Dodd – Frank
- “What are we going to do with all this gas?”
- Fundamental changes in our energy infrastructure
- Expansion of petrochemical capacity
- LNG Exports
- CNG Opportunities and Challenges
- Repowering of America – Coal retirements and gas additions
- Optional – In class exercise on expected outcome
Energy Seminars, Inc – http://energyseminars.com
Peter Gilmore – email@example.com
This seminar is also available as an in-house seminar brought to your office. Contact us for more details.
See what others had to say about Natural Gas 101
Excellent handouts, graphs, and demonstration examples used by the instructor. Strongly suggest taking this course for the “big picture” view of the industry
A perfect introduction to the overall understanding of the natural gas business.
Speaker has credibility; his knowledge is evident.
Natural Gas 101
Natural Gas 202 is only recommended if you have already attended Natural Gas 101, or if you have working knowledge of the industry. Register for Natural Gas 101 first!
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