Developing optimal financial risk management and trading strategies in CEE energy markets
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The 4th annual Energy Risk Central & Eastern Europe conference, hosted by Energy Risk is moving to Budapest on 6 November 2012. This one-day conference will bring together over 100 delegates from leading energy companies, industrial end-users, brokers, traders, investors, exchanges, vendors and regulators.
With high-level keynotes, interactive discussion sessions, case studies and in-depth presentations, the Energy Risk Central & Eastern Europe conference is your opportunity to learn about the latest developments and issues in the region and find solutions for hedging risk in the energy markets.
Topics being addressed this year include:
- Regulatory requirements and their impact on energy trading in the region - discuss the real impact of REMIT, MifiD II and EMIR on the CEE energy region
- Role of gas diversification in the future - explore the impact of dependency on physical flows from the East
- Tackling liquidity risk in illiquid power markets - hear about the main challenges of operating in an illiquid market and finding a balance between risk and opportunities
- Shale gas and risks associated with it - get up to date with the recent developments in shale gas and different risks that impact investors and infrastructure
- Towards an integrated power market - investigate market coupling in CEE and the opportunities following the trilateral -Czech-Slovak-Hungarian - electricity market linking
- Latest developments in the renewables markets - learn about the changes in support of renewable energy and the risk of removing or reducing subsidies
- EU-ETS market overview - analyse the recent developments in the carbon market
These and many other exciting and thought provoking issues will be discussed at Energy Risk Central & Eastern Europe in Budapest in November.
Do not miss your chance to be at the most important meeting for energy executives in CEE.