Four Day Course: Fuel Management and Energy Mix in the Age of Global Warming (Clayton, Panama - September 26th-29th, 2017) - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Fuel
Management and Energy Mix in the Age of Global Warming"

conference to their offering.


The focus of this Master Class will be on fossil fuel selection,
purchasing and energy mix: natural gas (pipeline and LNG), coal, fuel
oils and renewable energy. The geographic focus will be Central America,
South America and Caribbean. Experience from North America, Europe and
Asia will be drawn upon whenever needed. Principals and techniques
covered will be applicable to utilities, IPPs, large industrial fuel
users such as cement and chemical plants etc.

The Course will span a broad range of issues from the primary factors
driving global fossil fuel markets and national energy security to the
details of relevant provisions in fuel and energy purchase contracts.
Contracted provision language will be drawn from a library of over 300
international fuel contracts. The rising impact on fuel markets of
renewable and environmental concerns will be a major theme throughout
the course.

Attending Benefit

This course focuses primarily on how international and domestic fossil
fuel markets will adjust to competition from renewables and how fuel
contracts must adjust to cope with more rigorous environmental
requirements. Dr. Manfred Raschke has worked on energy projects, both in
North America and globally since 1980. As well he has experience with
CO2 markets in Europe and with carbon separation and storage projects.

For Companies with substantial amount of fuel and energy usage

Many industries use fossil fuel as primary means of energy generation in
their production/ manufacturing process. Learn how you can streamline
your decision making process, and garner substantial saving on your fuel
cost and stay ahead of environmental trends.

For Electric Company Executives

IPPs and Utilities utilize large amount of fuel to meet the rising
energy demand in Latin America. This course covers every relevant aspect
of your undertakings on Fuel Management: We will also compare the usage
of conventional fuels and their renewable counterpart. All key
contracts, the comparative experience distilled from more than 50
countries worldwide.

For Ministry Officials and Energy Regulators

This course covers select aspect confronting Ministry and Country Energy
Regulators, Fuel Supply Security, regulatory incentives, and new
environmental rules.

For Bank and Financial Institutions

This course will facilitate risk management understanding by laying out
the factors which cause fuel price volatility and supply uncertainty as
well as the uncertainties for project operations arising from the
introduction of renewable generation and the progressive tightening of
environmental regulations.

For New Ventures

For entities evaluating entry into fuel supply business, but does not
know what are its pitfalls and challenges, this course will present and
dissect the business from conception to operationally ready state.

For more information about this conference visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mksv7p/fuel_management


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