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Power Trading June Houston

Leigh Miller


Reserve your seat for EMI's Fundamentals of Power Trading
course, June 14-15, 2017, in Houston, TX.

    Course Syllabus  


Attend EMI's Fundamentals of Power Trading course and understand the most important issues impacting power trading including:

  • Gas versus coal generation economics

  • Impact of Dodd Frank on power trading

  • Shifting gas supply realities from shale gas production

Whether you're a beginner looking to learn the essentials of power trading or a more experienced energy professional who needs to learn the finer points, Fundamentals of Power Trading will help you understand the key factors that drive success in the power markets.

Topics covered include:

  • Why power markets are the most volatile of all markets.

  • The fundamental factors that drive the power markets.

  • The role weather plays in determining prices.

  • The role fuel prices play in determining prices.

  • What Locational Marginal Prices are and why you should care.

  • The difference between real time, day ahead and forward power prices.

  • What trading tools are used in the power markets, and where can participants find liquidity.

  • How power trading books are analyzed, and how risk management best practices apply.

  • The status of power market de-regulation and where it's headed.

  • How ancillary services, emissions and renewable mandates affect the power markets.

  • And more.

  Request a detailed course syllabus for a full list of topics covered and to explore how this course can benefit you and your energy career. Or register here.  

Did you know this course can count towards becoming a Certified Energy Professional or Certified Energy Trading Professional? Learn more about EMI's Certification Program.

See our current schedule for our most up-to-date course offerings.


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