End-User Energy Hedging with OTC Energy Derivatives

We just received word about a teleconference regarding end-user hedging under the Dodd-Frank bill that Mayer Brown is sponsoring this Thursday and thought we would pass it along as it will definitely be of interest to many...

Global Financial Markets Initiative Teleconference: End Users Hedging with OTC Energy Derivatives

Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act introduces a new regulatory regime for OTC derivatives. This will have a wide ranging impact on US transportation companies, utilities, manufacturers, energy producers and other businesses actively hedging their exposure to fluctuating energy prices.

On September 16, Paul Forrester and Margaret Davis will be providing an overview of the new regime and its potential impact on end users hedging with energy derivatives including:

  • Who will qualify for the "end user" exemption?
  • Who is a "swap dealer" or a "major swap participant"?
  • What is the regulatory timeline for implementation of Title VII of Dodd-Frank?

Thursday, September 16, 2010 - 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. CDT

More information, including registration, is available on the Mayer Brown website.

For additional information on Dodd-Frank, as it relates to energy hedging, you can also refer to our post, Energy Hedging in A Reformed Environment, which includes a link to an insightful "alert" from Thompson & Knight.  Also, see Sidley Austin's update: The Dodd-Frank Act’s Effect on Hedging Activities of Energy Companies and Large Energy Consumers.