Energy Trading in SE Europe: What are new energy exchanges bringing to the table?

The creation of the exchanges should enhance trading in the region. The following webinar discusses the first experiences and is an ETSCEE 2016 taster session.

Recorded: 10 May 2016

Webinar Overview

Energy Trading in Eastern Europe requires specialist knowledge. Currently we see things developing in the Balkans and after some delay several countries; Bulgaria, Croatia and Serbia in Southeastern Europe are launching a power exchange to enhance trading in the region. The question is - how will this change the trading landscape and what will the effect be on the needed reference prices.

The creation of the exchanges should enhance trading in the region and the following webinar discusses the first experiences;

- How are SEE energy markets really progressing and Croatia in particular?

- What kind of (new) opportunities are on the horizon for energy traders?

- What will be the effect on power prices in SEE region?

The following expert webinar discusses the first experiences with these exchanges and includes the views of an experienced trader in this region and a representative of the European traders’ association. These speakers will also attend ETCSEE on 15 & 16 June in Bucharest. For further information please contact Nel Jonk, nel@synergy-events.com