Webinar: What to Expect from the Upcoming Winter Season

Prepare better with our Winter Outlook 2018/19 Webinar for energy trading professionals

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Tailored for Energy Traders

As an energy trader or energy meteorologist, you know how important it is to be aware of emerging weather trends well in advance. Periods of severe cold have a dramatic impact on energy prices, availability and consumption. Advance knowledge of such events is invaluable for gaining a competitive edge on the rest of the market.

Specifically for energy traders and energy meteorologists, we are organizing a Winter Outlook Webinar focusing on our unique sub seasonal and seasonal forecasting capabilities. In a concise and to-the-point 30 minute session, you will have the opportunity to hear about what is influencing our preliminary thoughts on the upcoming winter season.

We will also summarize what sets our long-range forecasts apart and how to use these forecasts, with a brief demonstration on how our pioneering weather and climate analysis tools can help your company make better weather-related decisions.

You will have a chance to interact with our industry experts and ask your specific weather-related questions [ no questions permitted about the prospects of a white Christmas! :) ]

When: October 10th, 2019
Time: 16:00 CEST (15:00 UTC)


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The webinar will contain:

A short review of last winter and this past summer over Europe

Some of the weather drivers we consider to be most influential on this upcoming winter

The importance of using both Seasonal and Sub-Seasonal forecasts in anticipating weather extremes and impacts

A summary of our thoughts on winter 2019 - 2020

The highlights and brand new features of the World Climate Service (WCS) web portal and tools

Tailored for Energy Traders

As an energy trader or energy meteorologist, you know how important it is to be aware of emerging weather trends well in advance. Periods of severe cold have a dramatic impact on energy prices, availability and consumption. Advance knowledge of such events...