With real life examples and cases studies the course will demonstrate what techniques can be used to properly value and manage power plants, thereby incorporating relevant technical and commercial plant constraints. Furthermore, the course shows how to construct realistic price scenarios, a key element in valuation and hedging.
Cyriel de Jong has been working as an advisor for the energy industry since 2001. Until 2006, he combined this with a position at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
For the major companies in Europe, Cyriel has led a great number of projects related to energy market valuation, risk management, trading strategies and investment analysis. He is particularly active in price modelling, financial methodologies to value energy assets and contracts, and in stochastic optimization.
Cyriel completed his MSc. in Econometrics at Maastricht University, and finished his Ph.D. on financial derivatives at Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2003.
The course aims to attract a wide range of people active in the energy and financial sector, including energy traders, asset developers, portfolio and risk managers, energy market analysts, regulators and consultants. The course does not require any specific pre-knowledge. The instructors are used to present technical details in an intuitive manner, both appealing to quantitative and non-quantitative people.
The course is useful, run by nice guys, in a great location – what more can you ask for?Read more › Ben Evans
Early bird price – valid until 1 February 2017: € 2,225 (excl VAT)
Standard price: € 2,475 (excl VAT)
Registration with 2 or more: 10% discount
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