“For natural gas, I have heard about the possibility of negative prices. I also think it could happen” – Wang Yusuo, Billionaire Chairman of ENN Energy Holdings. Hong Kong, May 13, 2020
Natural gas prices have been on a downward trajectory for over a decade, but who would have thought even a couple of months ago that they could ever approach zero? Yet the possibility exists for short-term paper plunges into negative territory because of a Covid-19 virus pandemic that continues to stifle economies worldwide.
It is important in this new, challenging economic environment to equip yourself and your team with the tools and knowledge to perform optimally. Key to your success will be training and preparation.
Oak Leaf Energy Training has worked with energy companies, governments, and other organizations for over a decade, educating their people on upstream, midstream, and downstream operations. Oak Leaf has been working hard to develop online courses that are relevant in today’s economic context. Our fully updated Natural Gas Market Fundamentals course is ready to go!
Reasons why you should attend Natural Gas Market Fundamentals:
- You are new to the industry and need to know how natural gas markets work
- You are experienced in other areas, but market analysis is a new aspect of your job
- Your function supports market analysts, so you need to know markets better. Finance, regulation, legal, accounting, HR, administration, managerial and executive support, etc.
Important things you will learn in Natural Gas Market Fundamentals:
- How markets work, not only in North America, but in the rapidly developing global LNG industry
- How politics, technology, economics, regulation, and now viruses, can affect natural gas markets
- Why Alberta natural gas producers have been increasingly shut out of eastern markets
- Some nuts & bolts of natural gas market analysis like tolls, basis differentials, and risk management
- How to use powerful tools like regression analysis to assist you in natural gas price prediction
- Roles the Canadian natural gas industry can play in a future “golden age of gas”