Financial Instruments for Energy Markets Seminar Series [CLOSED]

This six-part seminar series aims to discuss how financial instruments can increase liquidity in energy markets, reducing the risks of energy-related investments, increasing demand for these kinds of investments, and protecting market investors against extreme energy-price swings that could cause bankruptcy. The development of a derivatives market in India would increase the number of investors, and thus liquidity, in its energy market.

The seminar is being organized by the United States Energy Association (USEA) as a part of USAID’s bilateral program with the Government of India, South Asia Regional Energy Partnership in partnership with USAID/Washington’s Energy Utility Partnership Program.

For more information, contact Jake Swanson at [email protected].