Energy Business Management Course
Organization: Energy Delta Institute
Venue: DONG Energy
|Event Date/Time: Apr 08, 2013||End Date/Time: Apr 12, 2013|
The Energy Business Management Course is one of three separate, though mutually linked Master programmes, that can also be joined on a stand-alone basis. The three Master Programmes can be concluded by a Summer Academy and a Thesis project. After completion, you will obtain the title of Executive Master of Gas Business Management.
At the end of this course, participants will understand: • Many aspects of managing a energy business and the impact of a changing business environment • How to identify the key aspects of positioning the business in a competitive environment • The roles, behaviour and sometimes conflicting aims of market participants including incumbents, new entrants, and regulators.
Key lecturer of the EMBC is Prof. Dr. Catrinus Jepma (University of Groningen). In addition, the Florence School of Regulation is involved in this programme covering the topics concerning regulation. In order to achieve a perfect balance between practical experience and scientific knowledge, they will be supported by a carefully selected group of speakers from the industry, universities and governmental organisations.
Week 1: • Business Overview -overview of the midstream energy market -gas transmission, storage and LNG terminalling -general economics of the Energy markets • Regulation and the Energy Market -economic fundaments of liberalization and regulation -third energy package • Responses of the Industry and the way forward -security of supply & demand in a liberalized energy market -regulation of the energy markets in the USA: lessons for Europe? • Industry Perspective: opportunity, challenges and risks -role and strategies of wholesalers, traders and suppliers -buying strategies of major consumers (incl. power stations) • Stakeholders outside the gas industry -new role of governments achieving the objectives of energy policy -renewable energy and energy transition and the future role of gas -public acceptance and gas literacy Week 2: • Hub-based energy markets -theory of spot and hub trading -role of OTC, brokers, banks, speculators -development of hub-based Energy Markets in the EU • Portfolio & Risk Management -strategic portfolio management (incl. LNG) -portfolio management for a multi utility (incl. role of power stations) • Finance & Contracting -value drivers in the Energy industry -long term contracting and negotiations • Midstream Energy Marketing -new business models of the energy industry -distribution & customer relations: the multi utility concept • Innovations in the Energy Industry -small scale LNG -economics of innovation and new entrants in an existing market
Start Week 1: 8 - 12 April 2013 - Copenhagen, Denmark (hosted by Dong Energy) Week 2: 13 - 17 May 2013 - Groningen, The Netherlands Location The Energy Business Management Course is split into two weeks, with one week in Groningen and the other week at Copenhagen, Denmark (hosted by Dong Energy).