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Energy market modeling

For energy companies and energy investors, market modeling can play a vital role in showing how key decisions are likely to play out in the constantly evolving energy landscape. Our energy market modeling experts use a range of robust, proprietary models, populated with PA data and tested in industry, to provide clients with the modelling support and expert analysis they require to make the right decisions on investment, infrastructure and environment.

Modeling for investment planning

We use our proprietary modeling process on behalf of clients to:

  • develop strategic plans
  • project commodity prices
  • quantify investment risks
  • develop strong legal arguments
  • determine fair market value of energy infrastructure assets.

Modeling for infrastructure planning

We work with energy companies to help them:

  • dispatch generation units to minimise total system cost
  • analyse fixed and future capital costs required to meet electric demand and ensure system reliability.

Our analysis produces a projection of the incremental compensation required to maintain reliability, which existing generation should be measured against.

Modeling for environment planning

Our proprietary environmental optimisation model integrates the natural gas, power and coal sectors. We use it to help clients:

  • understand capital expenditure required for coal generation and the emission price resulting from the selection of low-cost, high-sulphur coal
  • assess specific generator operations and economics relative to the electric system and under different power-purchase agreements
  • assess financial hedges and fuel transportation rights.

Find out more about our work in energy and utilities.

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