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Agenda do Workshop Internacional de Verão em Economia e Gestão em Geração de Energia - IEE 2016

O Workshop Internacional de Verão 2016 é organizado pelo Instituto de Energia e Ambiente da USP.
Idioma: inglês
Data: 15 a 19 de fevereiro

Horário: 14h - 17h
Local: Sala de Seminários da Diretoria - IEE/USP
Inscrições gratuitas: Enviar e-mail para haline@usp.br ou comunicação@iee.usp.br com nome, telefone e instituição.
Recomendamos que os participantes levem notebook.
Ministrante: Professor Doutor Arash Farnoosh (IFP, França)

Arash Farnoosh possui diploma de Engenheiro pelo  Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse. Ele também possui um mestrado especializado em economia de petróleo e gestão pela IFP School, em Paris e outro mestrado em energia pela Universidade de Toulouse. Doutor em Economia da Energia pela Universidade de Montpellier. Ele ministra cursos sobre gestão de geração de energia, economia de energia elétrica, economia de energia e energias renováveis no IFP.  Também, supervisiona um programa de Mestrado em Economia do Petróleo. Antes de se tornar professor,  ele trabalhou como engenheiro técnico e analista econômico em muitas empresas como a Airbus França, a Total E & P e BNP Paribas Investment Banking Group.
Publicações Recentes
* Farnoosh A. and Lantz F., 2015, Decarbonisation of electricity generation in an oil and gas producing country: A sensitivity Analysis over the Power Sector in Egypt, Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications journal. 
* Farnoosh A. and Lantz F., 2014, Techno-Economics of Cogeneration Units in France, European AEE conference, Rome. 
* Farnoosh A. and Lantz F., 2013, Non-fossil electricity generation analysis in an oil producing country, USAEE conference, Austin, Texas.
* Ozkan S., Farnoosh A. and Hache E., 2012, Turkish Natural Gas Consumption's Role in EU Energy Diversification: The NABUCCO Project's Ill-considered Foe," Turkish Consumption", IAEE conference, Venice. 
* Farnoosh A., Percebois J. and Lantz F., 2012, Electricity generation analyzes in an oil-exporting country: Transition to non-fossil fuel based power units in Saudi Arabia, ENERGY journal. 
* Le Cadre E., Lantz F., Farnoosh A.., 2011, Bioenergies usages in electricity generation utility means through a modeling approach: an application to the French case, Cahiers de l'Economie IFP n°83, décembre 2011

Seminar in Power Generation Management                                                   

This seminar is a comprehensive course designed for those seeking business competencies in the energy sector. It covers the Technical, Economic and Managerial aspects of the Electricity Industry. It’s aimed at both technical and non-technical people who wish to gain a complete understanding of the dynamics of the industry and who work or want to do their career as government representatives, analysts, professional consultants, investors, suppliers and applied researchers.

Objectives

During this seminar the participants will:

-          Achieve a comprehensive overview of the Power Generation Industry
-          Confidently master technical terms to boost their credibility with colleagues & clients
-          Understand the electricity production, demand’s structure and electricity consumption forecast
-          Review and discuss the fundamentals of electricity price formation
-          Study latest issues in production, transmission, distribution, trading and marketing of electricity
-          Evaluate the major costs, risks and uncertainties in power markets and projects

Who should attend ?

Students or young professionals with backgrounds in:

  • Business
  • Management
  • Economics
  • Law
  • Science & Engineering

Day 1

§  Introduction to the course objectives and contents
§  Discussion : the challenges for the power generation industry.
§  What is electricity? What is power, capacity and energy?
§  Sources of information
§  Electricity demand and consumption
§  Electricity generation and regional GDP/HDI
§  Environmental concerns related to the power sector
§  Debates on the electricity sector situation around the world: an industry or a public service
§  The electricity chain from production up to the final distribution.
§  Electricity storage challenges and possibilities
§  Real time supply and demand management
§  Applied Case-study/Project: “Power generation players around the world: A comparative study”  &/or  “Electricity network cost management”

Day 2

§  Production techniques
§  Coal power plants
§  Clean coal technologies: myth or reality?
§  Carbon capturing in the power sector: cost/benefit analysis
§  Natural gas power plants and combined cycles revolution
§  Gas power plants impacts on the electricity market
§  Nuclear sector: techniques and economics
§  Nuclear fuel cycles and associated geopolitical challenges
§  Investment challenges in nuclear industry its future and associated uncertainties
§  An overview of renewable technologies for power generation
§  Wind power techno-economics and business
§  Solar plants business: CSP & PV
§  Financial support schemes for renewables
§  Centralized versus decentralized power units
§  Smart grids business
§  Applied Case-study/Project: “Investment decision-making process: coal versus gas power plants”

Day 3

      § Power networks management
      § Electricity sector liberalisation process
      § Electricity market structure
      § Power market players
      § Financial instruments in the power market: futures, options and other derivatives
      § Risk management and hedging
      § Energy-only market versus capacity market
      § Market power in the power market
      § Electricity pricing methodologies 
      § Applied Case study/Project : “Levelized cost of electricity generation calculation”

Day 4

      § Fundamentals of corporate finance applied to power sector
      § Advanced investment methods and analysis
      § Sensitivity analysis in the electricity sector
      § Different investment decision-making processes: traditional versus modern approaches
      § Some words on the real option analysis and its applications
      § Uncertainties and investment planning
      § Future of the power industry around the world
      § Environmental issues and investment trends
      § Applied Case-study/Project: “power generation mix optimisation at a national level”

Day 5

      § Conclusions, Exercises, Questions & Discussions, Research Opportunities in this field

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