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Pricing, Negotiation and Risk Management in Coal Contracts

Added by rueburnliang on 2013-07-29

Conference Dates:

Start Date Start Date: 2013-09-04
Last Date Last Day: 2013-09-06

Conference Contact Info:

Contact Person Contact Person: Rueburn Liang
Email Email:
Address Address: 177A River Valley Road, Singapore 179031, Singapore, Singapore, 179031, Singapore
Phone Tel: +65 6557 9230
Phone Fax: +65 6557 9188

Conference Description:

Pricing, Negotiation and Risk Management in Coal Contracts
- A Comprehensive Workshop for All Coal Market Professionals
Hotel Novotel Clarke Quay, Singapore
4 6 September, 2013

Coal is an internationally traded commodity, and typically supply agreements are used by buyers (power companies, metal processors and others) to purchase coal from their suppliers (coal companies or brokers). These agreements ensure that the supply of suitable quality coal at the agreed price and volume can be fulfilled and that each party understands its rights and obligations. In recent years, standardisation and best practices in contract structure have been emerging.

With the increased volatility and the changing makeup of quality availability in the international coal markets, it is more important than ever to ensure a combination of strong contracts and watertight risk management best practices are employed. The growing liquidity in coal financial markets has made it increasingly possible to execute price risk management strategies and ensure and protect margins as a producer, trader and consumer.
The three day course will cover all key activities in coal transactions. The course is designed for all professionals involved in coal markets buyers, sellers and traders who are interested in understanding the big overview of coal industries. The course covers pricing of the coal commodities, Negotiation of coal contracts and Risk management for contractual and market risks.

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This course is specially structured in 12 modules:

Module 1: Introduction to the Physical Coal Market
Module 2: Trading the Physical Coal Market
Module 3: Price Drivers in the Thermal Coal Market
Module 4: Contracts in the Coal Market
Module 5: Negotiating and Managing Coal Supply Agreements
Module 6: Coal Price Index Developments
Module 7: The Coal Derivatives Market
Module 8: Hedging Risk in Coal Market
Module 9: Price Analysis Techniques
Module 10: External Risk Factors
Module 11: Introduction to Other Commodities Directly Relevant to Coal Trading
Module12: Introduction to Coal Technologies

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