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Energy Trading & Investing: Trading, Risk Management, and Structuring Deals in the Energy Markets, Second Edition

Energy Trading & Investing: Trading, Risk Management, and Structuring Deals in the Energy Markets, Second Edition

2nd Edition
By Davis Edwards
ISBN10: 1259835383
ISBN13: 9781259835384
Copyright: 2017
09781259835384

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Preface

1.1 An Overview of the Energy Markets

1.2 Trading Markets

1.3 Exploration and Production

2.1 Natural Gas

2.2 Electricity

2.3 Oil

2.4 Coal

2.5 Emissions Markets

2.6 Natural GAs Liquids

3.1 Pollution

3.2 Physical Properties

3.3 Statistics

3.4 Financial Options

3.5 Option Pricing

3.6 Spread Options

4.1 Spatial Load Forecasting

4.2 The Generation Stack

4.3 Tolling Agreements

4.4 Wheeling Power

4.5 Solar Power

4.6 Wind Power

4.7 Nuclear Power

4.8 Electricity Storage

4.9 Levelized Cost of Entry

4.10 Secondary Electricity Markets

5.1 Natural Gas Transportation

5.2 Natural Gas Storage

5.3 Liquefied Natural Gas

6.1 Mark-To-Mark Accounting

6.2 Value at Risk

6.3 Counterparty Credit Risk

6.4 Model Risk

6.5 Hedging

6.6 Weather Derivatives

Afterword

Index