Coal Q & A Webcast ~ The Effects of Volatility on the Natural Gas Markets.....and Implications for C
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When: Thursday, April 14, 2016
2:00 PM
Where: Webcast
Contact: American Coal Council

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Coal Q&A Webcast

The Effects of Volatility on the Natural Gas Markets.....

and Implications for Coal

Argus Media
Joe Graham, VP Americas Natural Gas, Electricity & Environmental Markets
Hayden Atkins, Coal Consultant
Thursday, April 14, 2016 ~ 2-3 pm Eastern

Increased regulated gas markets combined with additional production have created an environment of low prices, low volatility, and a reduction in trading liquidity. The effect of high production costs in a low price market could be a drastic reduction in term gas supply. This could create the potential for significant increases in the structure of the natural gas market. The impacts may not be limited to just gas, as the relationship between coal and gas is as connected as it has ever been. 
Join us as Joe Graham and Hayden Atkins discuss the importance of looking at the structural implications of natural gas markets… and what that means for coal. 

Gas Production Growth and Consumption factors
Shifts in forward valuation
Changes in market participants
Where are gas markets going, and what are the implications for coal pricing and procurement strategies?

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The American Coal Council’s Coal Q&A Program provides a forum to address critical issues affecting the U.S. coal industry ~ including coal producers, consumers and transporters.  Each program begins with a topic briefing by a leading industry analyst or representative, followed by a Q&A session.