HOW WEATHER IMPACTS NATURAL GAS SUPPLY, DEMAND AND PRICING.
Don’t miss this unique course from DTN’s weather and energy market experts! Get a top-to-bottom, fundamental education in the natural gas industry and the impact weather has on natural gas supply, demand and pricing throughout the various weather seasons.
At A Glance
|Industry Segment||Natural Gas, Power|
|Competency Path||Certified Energy Professional, Natural Gas, Power|
What You Will Learn
The top experts from DTN’s energy training and DTN Weather divisions have teamed up to bring you this unique two-day course exploring the significant impact weather has on natural gas operations throughout the year.
Some of the areas you will learn about include:
- Supply and demand for natural gas in various geographic areas of the U.S.
- The main weather events that impact natural gas throughout the year
- The economics of natural gas storage and the impact of the prevailing weather patterns
- Various weather conditions impacting the main natural gas regions of the US
- The impact of weather on the micro/regional supply and demand balances and thus the impact on basis relationships
- How weather drives natural gas demand during the summer months and what weather patterns to watch for
- The impact of how various summer weather patterns on supply for the winter heating season
- How the tropics are forecast and what might be the trends going forward
- How to look at and prepare your natural gas operations for tropical events
- What’s in store for the current winter heating season
Who Should Attend
This course will benefit anyone seeking a top-to-bottom, fundamental education in the natural gas industry and the impact weather has on natural gas supply, demand and pricing throughout the various weather seasons.
Perfect for those new to the industry: wholesale power and/or natural gas marketing companies, utilities, generation, supply and distribution personnel, traders, end-users, commercial companies, co-generation, industrial companies, and government agencies. Great for new hires, interdepartmental transfers, finance management, administrative personnel, and human resource personnel.