Expert commentary on the energy management issues important to you.
Managing Your Energy Risk
October 27, 2011 at 2:46 pm
Recorded: Thursday, November 10th at 2pm ET
Speaker: Bill Yeager, CEP
With energy commodity prices hovering near recent historical lows, it may be tempting to relax your current energy risk management policies — or to defer developing them at all. Don’t make that mistake!
The best risk management strategies are “evergreen,” developed dispassionately to guard against market fluctuations. Considering power and natural gas rates peaked just a few years ago at prices more than double today’s, the idea that current lows provide assurance against future highs is, at best, wishful thinking.
Join World Energy for a complimentary webinar where we’ll provide a detailed view of how to craft an effective risk management strategy, supported by case studies illustrating the merits of various approaches. Specifically, we’ll discuss:
- Major risk factors affecting energy pricing and how to mitigate them
- Strategies you can adopt today to manage risks associated with fluctuating commodity prices
- Key questions to ask when reviewing your own risk assessment
- Case studies featuring tools and strategies used to minimize energy risk
If you’re responsible for your company’s energy management, or looking for strategies to mitigate energy risk, then you won’t want to miss this webinar. Watch it today by completing the form at the right.
About Bill Yeager, CEP
Bill has 24 years experience in the energy industry with focused knowledge on risk management, procurement, pipeline and utility logistics, tariffs and customer service. At World Energy, Bill’s responsibilities include daily procurement, supplier offer coordination and operational processes for consumers. Bill works with customers to explain the effects of energy prices and the ways to get out in front of the risks associated with purchasing energy. Bill holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics from The Ohio State University.