An afternoon with MKonline in Oslo

An Afternoon with MKonline in Oslo

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Date & time

Thon Hotel Vika Atrium

About the event

MKonline stages a series of half-day conferences, An Afternoon with MKonline.  The aim is to provide you with convenient access to high-quality market analysis, on topics relevant to your everyday work “right now”.

Mark your calendar for the upcoming event in Norway as a part of this conference series.

Registration and price for this event

The registration fee for MKonline customers is NOK 1.500 and 3.000 NOK for non-MKonline customers. Due to limited seating, the first come first served rule applies.

Click here to register.

The registration is binding.

Program Oslo, 12th. January 2017:

There will be time for questions and discussions during the sessions.

12:00 – 12:15 Registration, Baguette, and coffee
12:15 – 12:25 Welcome and introduction Tom Løversen
SalesManager, MKonline
12:25 – 12:55 Fuel markets – going in a bullish direction?

· Chinese regulations of internal coal market – pushing coal prices upwards?

· LNG supply – where is it heading?

Olav Botnen
SeniorAnalyst, MKonline
12:55 – 13:30 EU ETS – how can prices increase with abundant oversupply?

· Which price drivers will be the most important in 2017?

· Supply control and the impact on EU ETS from non-traded sectors

Espen Andreassen
SeniorAnalyst, MKonline
13:30 – 13:55 «Elcert market a chicken race gone bad?» 

· Do we meet the 28.4 TWh target or are we overshooting it?

· Price outlook medium and long term

Odd Gunnar Jacobsen
SeniorAnalyst, MKonline
13:55 – 14:15 Coffee break  
14:15 – 15:00 The Nordic Market – Will the winter prices be blown out by the wind or blown up by no wind?

·  MKonline gives you an overview of the hydrological status and focuses on important price drivers for the winter and the next couple of years ahead. We still believe that there are very good opportunities in this market!

Tor Reier Lilleholt
SeniorAnalyst, MKonline
– 15:15
Coffee break  
15:15 – 16:05 Long term view on electricity market in the NP area

· New Swedish elcert period, increasing Nordic power oversupply?

· New perspectives on Swedish/Norwegian transmission links

· China’s impact on long-term power prices

Olav Botnen
Senior Analyst, MKonline
Espen Andreassen
Senior Analyst, MKonline
16:05 – 16:15 Final remarks Tom Løversen
Sales Manager, MKonline