The New Dynamics of Increasingly-Integrated Energy Markets
Recorded Thursday, November 15, 2012:
1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern US Time
Long-standing relationships between the coal, natural gas and electricity are experiencing dramatic changes. Although coal continues to produce around half of the power generated in the United States, its share has fallen rapidly and global markets increasingly are a determinant of domestic coal prices. The power sector now represents almost one-third of total domestic demand for natural gas and pricing pressures from abundant shale production and combination plays are redefining how energy markets interact. Higher coal prices and falling natural gas prices have turned electricity supply curves upside down, challenging dark spreads, improving spark spreads, and modifying the potential for power plant profitability. This past summer provides new insights into what to expect this winter.
Join leading industry experts in coal, natural gas and electricity markets to understand global and local forces underlying energy market trends and associated implications for your assets, liabilities and investment opportunities.
Who Should Attend: Energy industry market participants, fuel suppliers, investors, asset managers, traders and vendors.
Tanya Bodell, Executive Director, Energyzt
James Heller, President, Hellerworx
Alan Herbst, Principal, Utilis Advisory Group
How It Works
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Additional Connection at the same Organization: $50.00
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CANCELLATION, REFUNDS & CREDITS
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