The Professional Risk Managers' Guide to the Energy Market

Authors: Professional Risk Managers' International Association (PRMIA)
Editions: McGraw Hill
Pages: 400 pages
Date: January 2008
The Professional Risk Managers' Guide to the Energy Market is a comprehensive reference for financial professionals affected by energy prices. Twenty experts from around the world discuss every aspect of energy trading and the risks associated with specific investment vehicles and energy sectors.

Beginning with a comprehensive overview of energy futures, energy derivatives, and power markets around the world and their price drivers, the book goes on to explore specific energy risk management tools including coverage of the use of technical analysis in energy markets, creation and transfer of price risk in European energy markets, and the use of energy options to hedge risk. The reference closes with chapters on the importance of risk management software, deal capture, stress testing, and mark to market; energy hedging in Asian markets; trading electricity options; and weather risk management strategies.

Hilary Till, Principal of Premia Capital Management LLC, and Research Associate at the EDHEC-Risk Institute, contributed a chapter to the book entitled, "Risk Management in Energy-Focused Commodity Futures Investing".

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