Brief: Section by section review and discussion of the 2002 and new 2006 NAESB Base contract and 2003 NAESB Credit Support Addendum. There is also a discussion of the key supplemental provisions added to most NAESBs. At each step, there is a comparison to the ISDA and EEI forms. The course concludes with a NAESB negotiation exercise. Also includes complete coverage of the "Lessons from Lehman" and the "safe harbor" in bankruptcy for trading contracts! Plus-complete coverage of netting, including triangular netting. * Energy Seminars, Inc. is neither affiliated nor associated with the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB®).
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Refund Policy: If the registrant or his or her agent cancels a registration 3 days or more prior to the seminar date, Energy Seminars, Inc. (ESI) will impose a cancellation fee of $35 if paid by check, money order, VISA, or MasterCard, or $50 if paid by AMEX. If the registrant is a no-show or the registration is canceled less than 3 days prior to the seminar date, ESI can offer only a letter of credit to any future seminar.
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The law firm of HaedickeHoyt specializes in trading documentation, with the primary focus on the Master Agreement and Credit Support Annex of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (“ISDA”). The named partners are Mark Haedicke and Mont Hoyt, each of whom has extensive experience with the ISDA, all as described in greater detail below.
Mr. Haedicke has worked in the energy business for more than 25 years. He has worked with gas and power distribution companies, gas pipelines, commodity trading and marketing companies and in power plant development. He also was the only non-Wall Street representative on the Board of Directors of the International Swap and Derivatives Association for six years. Since 1990, Mr. Haedicke has focused on energy trading and marketing. During such time, he has led the development of master contracts for the energy industry. Mr. Haedicke brought financial documentation technology to both physical and financial energy trading contracts.
Education & Certifications:
Mr. Haedicke received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the Honors College at Michigan State University and his law degree from Wayne State University.
Professional Associations & Affiliations:
Mr. Haedicke has written numerous articles on energy trading and documentation including: Gas Commodity Markets in Energy Law & Transactions, Competitive-Based Contracts for the New Power Business in the Energy Law Journal, and Gas Trading in 2005 and the NAESB Contract in the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Journal. Mr. Haedicke is also the author of numerous training materials for courses on energy trading used by Energy Seminars, Inc.