27 FEB – 01 MAR 2017, SINGAPORE

About The Course

Recently  ASEAN members states signed a pact aimed at ensuring uninterrupted power supply throughout the region through power exchange, similar like it is organized in Europe. To achieve this so-called power exchange agreements will be signed. Such an agreement will enable cooperation in the power sector, including developing transmission interconnections, grid connectivity, power exchange and trading through the governmental, public and private enterprises of the different countries on mutually acceptable terms. We have designed a special and customized 3-day program to ensure delegates learn how to use, prepare and negotiate Power Exchange Agreements in the ASEAN region.

The key subjects of this 3-day highly interactive program are:
* The environment in which power exchange agreements will operate in the different ASEAN countries
* The structure and operation of a Power Exchange Agreement in the context of cross border power projects.

Learning Outcomes

  • Have a good insight in the developments of the electricity sector in the different ASEAN members states, including market reforms and the role of renewables
  • Understand the purpose of the Power Exchange Agreement
  • Have a total grasp of the basic risks which a Power Exchange Agreement must allocate and how to execute the risk assessment
  • Understand the use and function of a Power Exchange Agreements Understand the key provisions of a Power Exchange Agreement and its impact on project financing
  • Have a thorough understanding about possible issues arising from contracting with government entities and state-owned enterprises.

Whatever your position or function in the design or implementation of cross border power projects, you will come away from the program with superior knowledge and confidence in relation to the use of Power Exchange Agreements  which will enhance your value and that of the organization you represent.


This dynamic and highly interactive program is designed to encourage delegate participation through a combination of group discussions, practical case studies, group exercises and video clips.

Organizations that will be benefit:

* Power and other energy sector companies
* Companies serving the power and energy sector with services, plant or equipment
* Resource and infrastructure companies
* Professional firms and consultants
* Investors
* Lenders
* Regulators
* Governments


Who Should Attend

  • Business analysts
  • Business development and marketing managers
  • Commercial managers
  • Consultants
  • Contract managers
  • Regulators
  • Government officials
  • Corporate and project financing personnel
  • Economists
  • Engineers
  • External legal counsel
  • In-house legal counsel
  • Project managers

Course Faculty - Kasper Walet

Kasper Walet has 25 years of experience and extensive knowledge on a practical and theoretical level about all the aspects related to trading, derivatives and risk management in the commodity industry. Kasper received his Masters degree in Law from the University of Utrecht in 1987. He started his career at the NLKKAS, the Clearing House of the Commodity Futures Exchange in Amsterdam. After working for the NLKKAS for five years, Kasper was appointed as Member of the Management Board of the Agricultural Futures Exchange (ATA) in Amsterdam at the age of 31. While working for the Clearing House and exchange, Kasper became an expert in all the aspects of trading and risk management of commodities. In 1997 he founded his own specialist-consulting firm that provides strategic advice about (energy) commodity trading and risk management. Kasper has advised government agencies such as the European Commission, investment banks, major utilities and commodity trading companies and various exchanges in Europe, CEE countries, North America and Asia. Some of the issues he has advised on are the development and implementation of a Risk Management Framework, investment strategies, trading and hedging strategies, initiation of Power Exchanges (APX) and other trading platforms, the set-up of (OTC) Clearing facilities, and feasibility and market studies like for the LNG and the Carbon Market.

Kasper has presented workshop sessions about both the physical and financial trading and risk management aspects of commodity and carbon products. These courses were provided to companies across the world, in countries like Japan, Singapore, Thailand, United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Malaysia, China, India, Belgium and the Netherlands. In the area of LNG in particular, Kasper provided consultancy and training services to LNG and gas companies like Malaysia LNG, and other energy companies and investment banks. He also completed an extensive feasibility study for a European exchange for the possibility to list LNG derivative contracts. Kasper has published several articles in specialist magazines such as Commodities Now and Energy Risk and he is the co-author of a book called A Guide to Emissions Trading: Risk Management and Business Implications, published by Risk Books in 2004.


Developing regional electricity markets

Country overviews power markets and interconnections

Policies to support power sector integration

The restructured market model

Impact renewable energy integration on ASEAN markets

Power sector investment costs

This training course has a limited attendance for up to 20 participants only. Sessions commence at 9am on all days, with short intervals at 10.30am and 3.30pm respectively. Refreshments will be provided in the short intervals. Lunch will be provided at 12:30pm for 1 hour. Sessions will end at 5pm on all days.

Unique Features with powerEDGE Training

• Pre-Course Questionnaire to help us focus on your learning objectives
• Detailed Course & Reference Manual for Continuous Learning and Sharing
• Practical Exercises & Case Examples to better understand the principles
• Limited class size to ensure One-to-One Interactivity
• Assessment at the end of the course to help you develop a Personal Action Plan