ENE421 Energy and Resource Industries
- Resource management
- Certificates of origin for electricity
- Fisheries and aquaculture
- Financial and physical markets for electricity
- Market analysis and energy portfolio management
- Environmental issues in power production
- Company strategy
- Financial markets
- Risk analysis
- Climate regulation and carbon trading
- Class discussion on the topics above and their common factor
After completing the course the students are able to understand theories and models that are actually used in real-world companies within the aquaculture sector, physical and financial market places for electricity, brokerage firms for energy, companies in derivative markets, the fishing sector, the green certificate market and the petroleum sector.
After completing the course the students are able to apply models and methods that stem from real world companies within the ENE sector and which are used for
- Market analysis
- Risk management
- Environmental evaluation
- Sustainability analysis and rating
- Analysis and action in derivative markets
- Strategic decisions
- Management of renewable resources
- Quota trading of CO2
After completing the course the students are able to
- plan and perform projects related to various topics listed above.
- convey the results of such projects for their peers as well as their clients and third parties.
- discuss and solve problems related to the issues above either individually or in groups
Lectures twice a week; class discussions.
Requirements for course approval
One or two compulsory assignments during the course.
Individual home exam (100%). Duration 3 days, from 09:00 on day 1 until 14:00 on day 3.
A - F.
To be announced later.
Lecture notes and other material published on Canvas.
A list of recommended readings (books, articles and journals) is available on Canvas.
- ECTS Credits
- Teaching language
Autumn. Offered Autumn 2020.
Please note: Due to the present corona situation, please expect parts of this course description to be changed before the autumn semester starts. Particularly, but not exclusively, this relates to teaching methods, mandatory requirements and assessment.
Professor Stein I. Steinshamn, Department of Business and Management Science