5 edition of Energy risk management found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by G. T. Goodman and W. D. Rowe.|
|Contributions||Goodman, Gordon T., Rowe, William D., 1930-, Beijer Institute., Sweden. Nämnden för energiproduktionsforskning.|
|LC Classifications||TJ163.15 .E54 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 351 p. :|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||79042931|
The business of energy companies increasingly revolves around the management of portfolio risk. But the term ‘risk management’ is often narrowly applied to refer to the trading risk control function. While risk control is one aspect, risk management is a much broader and more powerful discipline, one that should enhance a company’s commercial advantage, rather than hinder it. In this. xi Edinburgh Business School Financial Risk Management Introduction This elective course covers one of the core functions of finance, namely risk management.* A large part of the role of finance – the actions of the financial specialist and the operations of the financial department within firms – is devoted to.
Growing out of Roy Nersesian’s energy courses he delivers at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, Energy Risk Modeling is a new, ground-breaking reference for those looking for simulation, decision trees, and optimization techniques for energy applications. The book is loaded with real-life examples that demonstrate how @RISK, PrecisionTree, and Evolver can. Bow Ties in risk management clearly shows how bow tie analysis and diagrams fit into an overall process safety and risk management framework. Implementing the methods outlined in this book will improve the quality of bow tie analysis and bow tie diagrams across an organisation and the industry.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Utilities and energy companies need risk management --Dealing with risk: terminology and techniques --Common risks and misconceptions --Risk management starts at the top --Shifting risk with derivatives: the building blocks --Basis --Energy price risk --Weather risk --Foreign exchange. This concept book is issued jointly with the Energy Institute. In EI publications, concept books are termed search ports in its series of technical publications. The information contained in this material is distributed as a reference guide only. xii BOW TIES IN RISK MANAGEMENT.
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Foundations of Energy Risk Management is an integral part of GARP's Certificate in Energy Risk Management―a rigorous, practice-driven, comprehensive program developed to meet the needs of today's dynamic global energy markets and the highly skilled professionals working with energy―and the first in a series of books focusing on energy risk Cited by: 8.
Energy Risk Management is the first book to address the important issues of worldwide energy price risk management. Peter C. Fusaro has assembled the leading industry figures to explain general theories and practices for hedging risk, and specific methods to effectively manage risk in markets such as coal, natural gas, electricity, hydropower Cited by: Managing Energy Risk is now a complete guide to both gas and electricity markets, and gas-specific models like gas storage and swing contracts are given their due.
The unique, practical approach to energy trading includes a comprehensive explanation of. ’s 24 th annual Energy Risk USA returns to Houston with an agenda highlighting the biggest trends in the industry with particular focus on topics revolving around the impact of Energy risk management book global and domestic regulations, the use of new technology and data science in trading and risk management and endless industry disrupters that are changing energy markets as we know them.
Risk management within integrated petroleum companies, electricity generators and power utilities, and Energy risk management book energy companies: Evaluate risks associated with the upstream production, transport, and processing of oil, gas, and coal; the generation, distribution, and marketing of electricity; and the financing and integration of renewable generation facilities.
He is a recipient of the James H. McGraw award for Energy Risk Management (Energy Risk Manager of the Year). Mr Kaminski has published a number of papers, and contributed to several books, on the energy markets.1/5. It covers the commodity cycle, energy use and sources, and various risk types, various energy products and the markets where energy is traded.
It also introduces certain risk management fundamentals and real option thinking. The book is GARP's required text used by risk professionals looking to obtain their Certificate in Energy Risk Management. The ERP Study Guide sets forth primary topics and readings that form the curriculum for the ERP Exam.
The ERP curriculum is reviewed annually by GARP's Energy Oversight Committee (EOC) and revised to ensure that the ERP Exam remains a valid assessment of the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to identify, evaluate, and manage risk in the energy industry.
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Energy risk management expert, Tom James, does it again. His latest book is a timely addition to the rapidly developing energy trading markets. This book should be on every energy trader, risk manager and corporate planer's desk.
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An insightful and far-reaching book written by two renowned professionals."-Helyette Geman, Professor of Finance/5(12). Risk-Based Energy Management: DC, AC and Hybrid AC-DC Microgrids defines the problems and challenges of DC, AC and hybrid AC-DC microgrids and considers the right tactics and risk-based scheduling to tackle them.
The book looks at the intermittent nature of renewable generation, demand and market price with the risk to DC, AC and hybrid AC-DC.
CCPS / Energy Institute Concept Book CCPS decided to develop a Concept Book to capture best practice and define a methodology for bow ties. Energy Institute joined the project with a special emphasis on human factors “Bow Ties in Risk Management: A Concept Book for Process Safety.
BSI commissioned me to write this book because they recognized that BS ENthe management systems standard for energy management, only provides a framework for energy-saving activities and procedures and does not give any guidance File Size: 4MB.
approach to risk management that is both global and more integrated in the business activity. While a more developed Risk Function is evident in many companies, the level of effective integration of risk data in management is highly variable and sets apart those organizations that are more advanced in terms of risk management and control.
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Risk management in the energy and power industry unveils and magnifies some of the sensitive and complicated issues inherent in the enterprise risk management practices.
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Energy Risk Professional (ERP) is a professional designation awarded by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) to individuals who work in Author: Will Kenton. CHAPTER 7 Energy Risk Management Introduction As with all other aspects of financial risk management, managing risk associated with energy markets is both an art and a science.
Standard quantitative - Selection from Essentials of Financial Risk Management [Book].Insurance as a Risk Management Instrument for Energy Infrastructure Security and Resilience U.S. Department of Energy March Page iii of viii Preface This study examines key risks that the Nation‘s critical energy infrastructure is confronting and the ways in which the insurance industry can help manage these risks, including how it.
It covers the commodity cycle, energy use and sources, and various risk types, various energy products and the markets where energy is traded. It also introduces certain risk management fundamentals and real option thinking.
The book is GARP's required text used by risk professionals looking to obtain their Certificate in Energy Risk : Wiley.