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Keep pace with the energy transition

Acquire the knowledge, skills and tools needed to succeed in the emerging energy environment.

Course overview

The transition away from carbon-intensive fossil fuels is transforming every aspect of the energy industry. The Carbon & Hydrogen Markets, Pricing & Trading 3-day training course delivers the practical knowledge, skills and tools required to succeed within the new environment. Course participants will learn how to:

  • Evaluate the Progress and Commercial Impact of Climate Policies
  • Construct Forward Market Price Curves for CO2 Emissions & Hydrogen
  • Implement COEmissions Trading & Hedging Strategies
  • Analyze the Economics of Hydrogen & CCUS Projects
  • Offset COEmissions by Accessing the Voluntary Carbon Markets

Course participants also receive Capra Energy’s Energy Transition ToolkitTM, a suite of Excel templates and algorithms for performing essential GHG and H2 calculations, including H2/NH4/LNG unit conversions, power generation emissions estimates, emissions contract mark-to-market (MTM) values and much more. These templates are used to solve practical exercises and case studies throughout the course.

About the instructor

Tamir Druz, Managing Director of Capra Energy Group, helps international energy producers, consumers and intermediaries to structure transactions, manage portfolio risk and implement state-of-the-art capabilities. He is also Chief Analyst for CapraViewTM, an interactive platform for analysing the global gas/LNG balance and forecasting market prices. Finally, Tamir serves as external Chief Risk Advisor for Green Trading Capital, a leading environmental commodities asset manager.

Before founding Capra Energy, Tamir helped to build and manage the energy marketing and trading businesses at Barclays Capital and Power Team, and the energy risk consulting practices at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Towers Perrin Risk Capital. Tamir earned an MBA in Finance, with Distinction, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a BS in Chemical Engineering, summa cum laude, from the Cooper Union School of Engineering.

Course agenda

(Please see course brochure for your session of interest.)