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Why you should attend:
As the Energy Industry becomes a more attractive option to investors, SMi's second annual Energy Risk Management conference will examine the latest methodologies and strategies employed by the world's leading Energy Organisations to control commercial and financial risk.

SMi's Energy Risk Management Conference will give you the opportunity to gain a clear understanding of risk management in the energy industry. With an ever changing market place there is a constant introduction and alteration of legal and regulatory frameworks. Implementing a coherent and adaptable risk management strategy has become an essential aspect to all parts of your business activities. This is a chance for you to hear how other leading organisations are mitigating their risk exposure along the value chain.

By attending you will:

LEARN from the leading industry experts that define today’s top Oil and Gas Risk strategies
LISTEN to real life experiences and in-depth practical case studies from the most influential players shaping the energy risk financial industry
GAIN valuable insight in effective market strategies, financial tools and alternative investments
DISCOVER why risk management plays such an important role in this volatile market and how you can develop your companies risk portfolio
BENEFIT from unparalleled networking opportunities and information gathering in a close-knit forum of leading industry professionals

At this event you can hear from:

Phil Atkins, Head of Risk Quantitative Analysis, BP
Hamilton Hinds, Head of Market Risk Policy, BP
Metin Epozdemir, Manager, Moody's Analytics
Leo Roodhart, Head of Strategic Innovation, Shell International
Uwe Schulz,
Chief Risk Officer, RWE Trading
Petter Kapstad, Senior Vice President, Corporate Risk Management, StatoilHydro
Frederic Baule, General Manager, Risk Management, TOTSA
James Allison, Regional Risk Manager, Natural Gas and Power, North America, ConocoPhillips
Krzysztof Wolyniec,
Managing Director, Front of Office Quantitative Group, Sempra Commodities
Jeffrey Butrico, Chief Risk Officer, Essent Energy Trading
Paolo Bossola,
Risk Manager, Eni Gas & Power
Arina Cristina Popescu, Risk Manager, Petrom
Luciance Bonatto, Group Risk Controller, Petrobras

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Paul  Domjan

Paul Domjan, Director, JH&CO

9:10 MARKET RISK IN A FIRM WITH REAL ASSETS

  • Book structure matters
  • Fit-for-purpose modelling matters
  • Real optionality
  • A pedagogic example
  • Philip Atkins

    Philip Atkins, Head of Risk Quantitative Analysis, BP Oil International Limited

    Hamilton Hinds

    Hamilton Hinds, Head of Market Risk Policy, BP Oil International Limited

    9:50 RISK MANAGEMENT & MARKET SIGNALS

    Frederic Baule

    Frederic Baule, General Manager, TOTSA Total Oil Trading SA

  • Oil price behaviour keeps changing: how oil prices are being formed today?
  • Change indicators
  • Decentralised Price Flow Management may be more rewarding than Macro-strategies at corporate level
  • What kind of future for risk management in oil?
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 ENTERPRISE-WIDE RISK MANAGEMENT

    Rune Nilsen

    Rune Nilsen, Corporate Risk Manager - Tactical Risk, StatoilHydro

  • StatoilHydro's risk profile
  • Why EWRM
  • How to combine financial and operational planning
  • EWRM as a tool for strategic planning
  • 11:40 THE DARK SIDE OF RISK MANAGEMENT

    Mike Davis

    Mike Davis, Global Editorial Director, Risk Management, Platts

  • Where policy and systems meet the human element in Risk - fear and greed
  • Views from the front line in energy risk, some real-life examples
  • The drive towards ERM best practice - how far has it to run in energy?
  • What do sceptics around ERM and risk think and say?  
  • Which risks do managers really fear? (reputational, credit, operational?)
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:50 CREATING VALUE IN YOUR DECISION MAKING THROUGH ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT (ERM)

    Richard Zulauf

    Richard Zulauf, Risk Adviser, MOL Group

  • MOL's risk management system
  • ERM methodology
  • Use of quantification results in:
              - Operational risk management
                 - Project valuation
  • 14:30 EXPERIENCES OF RISK MANAGEMENT AT KUWAIT PETROLEUM CORPORATION

    Bader  Al-Shumaimri

    Bader Al-Shumaimri, Manager Corporation Risk Management, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation K P C

  • Brief intro on KPC, function and subsidiary roles
  • ERM as a Project
  • ERM Information System Selection
  • ERM Implementation
  • Event Trees taking Root ( Risk Assessment Modeling)
  • Lessons learned
  • 15:10 PREPARING FOR RISING DEFAULTS

    Metin Epozdemir

    Metin Epozdemir, Manager, Moody's Analytics

  • Credit Risk Measurement in 3 Categories
  • Default Risk Trends (The Cycle)
  • Broad Sector Trends (MKMV perspective)
  • Case Studies EDFs for January Bankruptcies
  • How to get prepared for the downturn
  • 15:50 Afternoon Tea

    16:20 CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT IN A MIDSTREAM COMPANY

    Uwe Schulz

    Uwe Schulz, Chief Risk Officer, RWE Supply & Trading GmbH

  • Identification of risks
  • The challenge of measuring exposures
  • Risk mitigation techniques
  • Credit Language in Contracts
  • Collateral management
  • 16:50 RISK MANAGEMENT AT ENI GAS & POWER

    Paolo Bossola

    Paolo Bossola, Risk Manager, Eni Gas & Power

    17:20 EWRM SYSTEM IN PETROM, MEMBER OF OMV GROUP

    Alina Popescu

    Alina Popescu, Risk Manager, PETROM

  • What effect could Risk Management have on a company?
  • Risk Management process within Petrom
              - the approach within Petrom
                    - objectives and tasks
  • Risk assessment and mitigation (insurances as countermeasures)
  • 17:50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Mike Davis

    Mike Davis, Global Editorial Director, Risk Management, Platts

    9:10 USING DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION TO REDUCE RISK AND DRIVE GROWTH AND CHANGE

    Leo  Roodhart

    Leo Roodhart , Head, Strategic Innocation, Shell International

  • Managing the risk in translation from “where we will play” into “technology required”
  • Incorporating scientist and technologist assessments of how new technology options (GMOs, nano-technologies, super-conductivity) convert impossibilities into possibilities
  • How to link long term scenarios with short term actions
  • Creating a portfolio of technology options that minimises long-term uncertainties and  generates pathways for renewal 
  • 9:50 TACKLING COMMODITY RISK MANAGEMENT

    James  Allison

    James Allison, Regional Risk Manager, Natural Gas and Power, North America, Conocophillips

  • The various approaches to commodity risk management
  • What ConocoPhillips has adopted
  • What is the nature of commodity risk management?
  • How to measure traded and non-traded risks
  • Where does the future of commodity risk management lie?
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 COMMODITY RISK MANAGEMENT AND TRADING STRATEGIES

    Krzysztof Wolyniec

    Krzysztof Wolyniec, Managing Director, Front Office Strategy and Risk Management , Sempra Commodities

  • Nature of commodity risk management
  • Risk management approaches
  • Equity plays in commodities
  • Convergence trading in commodities
  • Structured products and volatility trading in commodities
  • 11:40 ENERGY PRICE RISK MANAGEMENT

    Jack Kellett

    Jack Kellett, Executive Director, Mitsui & Co Energy Risk Management Limited

  • Using futures, swaps, options, compound products to reduce price exposures
  • How to match your true price profile to the risk management book
  • Using your professional traders to the best advantage for price discovery and portfolio testing
  • Case Studies for refinery, utility, oil producer and transport company
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:50 RISK MANAGEMENT VS. RISK CONTROL

    Menke Ubbens

    Menke Ubbens, Corporate Chief Risk Officer, Essent Energy Trading

  • Best practices in Energy Risk Management
  • Risk Management vs Risk Control
  • Metrics for opportunities vs risks
  • EWRM tools beyond market and credit risk
  • 14:30 QUANTIFYING AND REPORTING ENERGY RISK MANAGEMENT

    Jacqueline de Lima Castro Campos

    Jacqueline de Lima Castro Campos, Risk Manager in Downstream, Petrobras

  • Developing and updating a useable scorecard
  • What about qualitative data
  • Quantifying credit risk
  • Translating risk uncertainty into intelligible dataOptimising your operations
  • 15:10 Afternoon Tea

    15:40 MANAGING YOUR RISK REALITY

    Ian Wilson

    Ian Wilson, Principal Consultant, Dnv Technica

  • Better understand risk - multi-disciplinary assessments
  • Better mitigate risk - proper use of flexibility
  • Better tolerate risk - portfolio positions
  • Challenging Frontiers - Who takes the risk?
  • 16:20 IDENTIFYING AND MANAGING POLITICAL RISK

    Paul  Domjan

    Paul Domjan, Director, JH&CO

  • Security risk, contractual risk and regulatory risk
  • Understanding the different offerings from National Oil Companies
  • Building strong partnerships with government: understanding the needs of producing nations
  • 17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Conference

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