Date: 
Thursday, February 13, 2020

The Energy Trader Forum is an exclusive invite-only event for the energy trading and energy/carbon markets community. This community represents a fast evolving and central part of the energy sector. 

The purpose of the Energy Trader Forum is to fill the current communication gap by facilitating education and networking for the mutual benefit and advancement of the community, energy markets, consumers and industry as a whole.

Meeting dates - 2020

Thursday 13 February, 2020 - Wellington - AGENDA

Thursday 07 May, 2020 - Auckland

Thursday 13 August, 2020 - Wellington

Thursday 12 November, 2020 - Wellington
 

Register to attend

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Registration Type   Price Register 
Energy / carbon traders

Energy and carbon traders from qualifying organisations, who are generation asset owners, independent retailers, gas producers, aggregators, forest owners.

$75
Non-trader

Regulators and non-trading staff from qualifying trading organisations e.g. regulatory manager, asset managers, in-house lawyers, executive management, business development managers, account managers.

$150
General

Attendees from organisations who are primarily suppliers to energy and carbon traders, consultants, proprietary traders, brokers, advisors, trading technology/systems and information providers and other interested parties.

$350
Consumer

Those involved with the procurement of energy for their (non-energy) business including procurement managers, energy managers, engineering managers and executives.  Organisations such as NZAS, Methanex, NZ Steel, Auckland Airport, Port of Tauranga, Dominion Salt, CCDHB, Auckland Council, Otago University.

$0

Express your interest to attend

Express your interest to attend or to receive more information email us at trader [at] freemanmedia.co.nz

Attendance policy

The invite-only half day meeting held quarterly, brings together energy and carbon trading professionals, buyers, sellers, market participants, producers, regulators, large energy consumers, financial intermediaries and key service providers.

Attendance will be restricted to members and invited guests only, as approved by Freeman.

A complimentary Energy Trader Forum attendance is reserved for individuals who are involved with the procurement of energy for their (non-energy) business including procurement managers, energy managers, engineering managers and executives.

If your role within the industry is outside of the above, a registration fee will apply, as per the table above.

Cancellations made within 72 hours of an event will not be entitled to a refund. Cancellations made prior to 72 hours of an event may be carried over to the next event at the discretion of Freeman.

Meeting rules

There are strict rules which must be adhered to for all attendees at the Energy Trader Forum.

Energy Trader Forum rules - PDF

Confidentiality of meetings

The Energy Trader Forum meetings are held under the Chatham House Rule:

When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received within their own organisation. This information is not to be distributed externally, nor is the identity, affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant.

·No journalists will be present from Energy News or from any other media outlet

Sponsorship opportunities

Sponsorship opportunities are available, please contact malcom.govender [at] freemanmedia.co.nz (subject: Energy%20Trader%20Forum%20-%20Sponsorship) for more details.

Contact:

Agenda
Neil Wembridge
+64 21 190 2971
neil.wembridge [at] freemanmedia.co.nz (subject: Energy%20trader%20Forum)

Event and forum information
Lucy Robertson
+64 21 852 2020
lucy.robertson [at] freemanmedia.co.nz (subject: Energy%20Trader%20Forum)

Sponsorship and sales
Malcom Govender
+64 21 751 194
malcom.govender [at] freemanmedia.co.nz (subject: Energy%20Trader%20Forum%20-%20Sponsorship)

 

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