This course will simplify and remove the mystery surrounding petroleum hedging. You'll get a practical understanding of petroleum hedging and price risk management and how it can benefit your company.
At A Glance
|Course Level||Introductory to Intermediate|
|CPE Credits||Not Applicable|
|Competency Path||Certified Energy Trading Professional, Oil, Trading & Risk Management|
What You Will Learn
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Specific topics covered include:
- Hedging and risk management defined.
- NYMEX market basics and functionality.
- Futures contracts and expiration.
- Defining risk and hedge objectives.
- Forward month trading and curve influence.
- Basis definition and calculation.
- Forecasting and budgeting.
- Hedge accounting.
The course consists of 7 sessions totaling 7 hours 15 minutes of recorded instruction. Sessions covered are:
- Hedging Defined
- NYMEX Futures
- Forward Curve
- Financial-Physical Connection
- Hedge Objectives
- Basis and Budgeting
SCORM compliant. Available across all platforms (desktop, tablet and mobile).
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Group licensing available. Contact DTN at firstname.lastname@example.org to request details. CPE credits are not currently available for DTN On Demand courses.
Who Should Attend
Introduction to Petroleum Hedging is designed to benefit a full spectrum of attendees, from those with only a passing curiosity on the subject to those needing hard and fast tips, tools and techniques they can implement now. Trucking companies, private fleets, construction companies, refiners and marketers, downstream petroleum jobbers, and petroleum end-users and consumers will all benefit from this macro-level course.
Strongly consider attending if you fit one of the following categories:
- Diesel-powered fleets
- Gasoline-powered fleets
- Petroleum jobber personnel
- Retail chain personnel
- Oil company management and staff
- Pipeline management and staff
- Terminal operations
- Interdepartmental transfers
- Finance management and staff
- Administrative personnel
- Human resource personnel
- New/transferred hires from mergers
- New/transferred hires from acquisition
- Anyone new to the industry
- Those considering entering the industry
- Students and academics