Energy Contracts


Location: CALGARY, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Sep 13, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 14, 2004
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Attend this conference and learn how to ensure your organization’s energy contracts meet the challenges of an evolving market. An experienced faculty of leading practitioners and experts will look at key issues such as:

Legal risks inherent in the current regulatory regime which has made gas and electricity retailers reluctant to enter the Alberta market
How will the Wholesale Market Policy Task Force market review affect energy contracts
Recent significant court decisions in Alberta
What should gas and power retailers seek to include in their contracts?
Managing collateral provisions under master agreement
Understanding price volatility
Recent trends in natural gas transaction documents
Legal interpretation issues related to force majeure
Forward Liquidity: why is liquidity a necessity and what is its status in the Alberta market and other jurisdictions
New methods to determine counter party risks
Kyoto Protocol: the implications of Canada’s climate change plan on energy contracts
Netting agreements: do they work?
Renewables and energy contracts

and much more…