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Energy Risk Management: A Primer for the Utility Industry
Energy Risk Management: A Primer for the Utility Industry
Public Utilities Reports, Inc.

Energy Risk Management: A Primer for the Utility Industry

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Energy Risk Management presents a clear, concise introduction to the basics of risk assessment, from identification to evaluation to management of risk. This book also addresses the needs of managers and boards, giving readers an understanding of the risks energy companies and utilities face, and how to manage those risks.

Energy Risk Management includes an extensive glossary of 100+ pages in which key terms and phrases used in energy trading and securities transactions are defined and cross-notated, an invaluable reference source unto itself.

Topics covered include: The Need for Risk Management, Core Risks, Risks Within the Business, and Regulation & the Government.

Details and Features:

AUTHOR: ANDREW S. HYMAN

AVAILABILITY: This title usually ships within 1 to 2 weeks.

ISBN: 978-0910325-18-9
6 x 9 inches
Soft cover
411 pages

Table of Contents:

Need for Risk Management
Chapter One: Utilities and Energy Companies Need Risk Management
The Basics
Chapter Two: Dealing with Risk: Terminology and Techniques
Chapter Three: Common Risks and Misconceptions
Chapter Four: Risk Management Starts at the Top
Chapter Five: Shifting Risk with Derivatives: The Building Blocks
Chapter Six: Basis
Core Risks
Chapter Seven: Energy Price Risk
Chapter Eight: Weather Risk
Other Market Risks
Chapter Nine: Foreign Exchange
Chapter Ten: Interest Rates
Chapter Eleven: Equity Risk
Chapter Twelve: Credit Risk
Chapter Thirteen: Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Trading Venues
Chapter Fourteen: Operational Risk
Chapter Fifteen: Fraud
Regulation and Government
Chapter Sixteen: Regulation and Government
Chapter Seventeen: Regulatory Risk
Experimental Economics
Chapter Eighteen: Improving Energy Risk Management with Experimental Economics
Appendices
Appendix A: Important Contracts
Appendix B: Common Risk Terminology and Important Measures
Appendix C: Glossary