Lehrverstaltungen SS 2018

Energy Markets and Price Formation

Lecture

Energy Markets and Price Formation (Lecture)

Dozent:
  • Prof. Dr. Christoph Weber
Ansprechpartner:
Semester:
Sommersemester 2018
Turnus:
Sommersemester
Termin:
Mi: 16.15 - 17:45 Uhr
Raum:
A-B07 (Gebäude A, Altendorfer Straße 5 - 9, Eingang 1)
Beginn:
11.04.2018
Sprache:
englisch
Moodle:
Veranstaltung in Moodle
LSF:
Veranstaltung im LSF
Hörerschaft:
Verknüpfte Veranstaltungen:

Qualifikationsziele:

  • Energy markets classified according to energy sources and customer segments
  • Products in energy trading: spot market, forwards, futures, options, real options
  • Pricing in wholesale markets I: Fundamental analytic models, problem formulations and solving as computer models
  • Pricing in wholesale markets II: Financial and econometric models, i.a. Wiener process, mean-reversion process, GARCH–model formulation and implementation
  • Organization of energy trading in companies: organizational structure, IT-Support
  • Valuating options: analytical methods (Black-Scholes, Black, Margrabe), numerical methods (Monte-Carlo-Simulation), tree-building methods
  • Risk management in energy trading: legal basis, risk management system, risk classification, risk measurement – Greeks, Value-at-Risk, Profit-at-Risk
  • Emissions trading: legal and economic foundation, design and trading strategies
  • Perspectives of energy trading and future methodological developments

Gliederung:

1. Introduction

2. Products and markets in energy trading

3. Fundamental analytical models

4. Financial mathematical and econometric models

5. Game theory models

6. Valuation of options

7. Conclusion

Literatur:

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