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LNG Trading and Global Gas Markets

In Bishop'S Stortford ()

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Typology Workshop
Duration 3 Days
  • Workshop
  • Duration:
    3 Days

LNG Journal and TwoTwoFive have put together an innovative and stimulating course for gas and LNG professionals, designed to provide you with the knowledge and expertise to understand the key factors impacting LNG trading. in the current market. Over three days using imaginative presentations with hands-on simulations, you will immerse yourself in the role of an LNG trader and develop strategies for optimising gas assets, trading spreads, storage and LNG cargos.
Suitable for: This interactive workshop provides a thorough understanding of gas and LNG market factors for a broad muilti-disciplined audience.

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Teachers and trainers (4)

Chris Holmes
Chris Holmes

Chris Holmes was most recently Head of Gas Trading at JP Morgan and was involved in all aspects of the physical and derivative gas business from proprietary trading through to asset optimisation. Prior to this he held the position of Head of Gas Trading at RBS Sempra. Chris began trading at BP and has a wealth of experience in physical gas storage and transport optimisation as well as an excellent understanding of embedded options, physical LNG trading and derivative experience.

Paul Terry
Paul Terry

Paul has spent 20 years of his career working in oil trading. He was regarded as an industry expert in the area of trading operations for crude oils in the North Sea and Middle East before progressing to a senior leadership position within BP’s international trading division. As Head of Supply Paul was directly responsible for the trading teams which were optimising the purchase and risk management of 75 million m3 p.a. of petroleum products. More recently Paul was the Executive Chairman of Smart Global Trading.

Stefan Dixon
Stefan Dixon

Stefan joined BP after graduating from Cambridge University. During his front-line trading career he traded product derivatives, and both paper and physical Crude Oil. Stefan then became Head of Fuel Oil Trading for Europe and the USA. In this Book Leader role Stefan grew the book significantly in both scope and profitability over 5 years. Stefan was also heavily involved in BP’s trader selection, training and mentoring.

Steve Jones
Steve Jones

Steve has over 20 years experience working in the oil and gas industry, within the back, mid and front office. As an Equity Crude and Gas trader at BP he helped build a complex portfolio of trading books based in Germany. Steve has extensive experience developing risk management reporting, trader exposure and profit and loss systems for various clients. He has been a key participant in the design and development of simulation based trader training programmes.

Course programme

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Interactive simulation led three-day workshop covering:
• Gas markets, demand factors and trading strategies
• Gas and LNG pricing effects
• Ideal trading disciplines
• Impact of unconventional gas
• Time spreads, storage tenders and hedging strategies
• Risk management and cargo swaps
• Interactive electronic simulations to engage an embed learning

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