Session 1: Key Documents 101 - Get a basic overview and comparison of the essential gas and power transaction documents commonly used in the industry – the EEI, ISDA, NAESB and WSPP. Learn the background of these documents and when they are used, then delve into the important differences and similarities between them.
Session 2: The Market’s Recent Evolution to Simplifying Power and Gas Transactions - The North American Energy Markets Association (NAEMA) and the International Energy Credit Association (IECA) have launched a new Power and Gas Master Agreement that streamlines the transaction process and allows parties to transact on a faster, more cost effective basis. Hear an overview of the new agreement and how it removes hurdles that have historically impeded energy transactions.
Session 3: Retail Electric Supply Agreements: How Companies Meet Their Power Supply Needs in the Texas Market - Examine the commercial, regulatory, and legal considerations that shape the power supply arrangements of large customers. Focus on the nuts and bolts of retail supply agreements, common issues and pitfalls, and how customers are using them to meet corporate sustainability goals.
Session 4: Heat Rate Call Options - An introduction to the use, risks, and key terms of heat rate call options, and a comparison with other hedge products for gas-fired generators.
Session 5: Transaction Liability Insurance: A Strategic Approach to Managing Deal Risk - The use of transaction-focused insurance capital continues to be an important tool to facilitate cleaner exits for sellers, while providing buyers with robust and comprehensive protection for post-closing losses related to liabilities associated with a transaction. Listen to a discussion about the latest market trends with respect to energy M&A, including recent developments in the gas and power industries.
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Administrative Law | Oil, Gas and Mineral Law | Real Estate Law
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