This OpenLink webcast brings together a panel of industry experts to discuss the development of local energy markets in Russia.
As Russia continues to develop its foothold in the global economy, and the growing instability of the world's energy supply/demand resonates with the market, firms are looking to invest in the region. Discussing the nuances of price forecasting, analytical tools, market volatility, world commodity markets, and system solutions for trading and execution in risk management in the Russian energy markets are Markus Seiser of OpenLink, Tatiana Mitrova of the Energy Research Institution of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Kaha Kiknavelidze of hedge fund Rioni Capital.
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