Gas Analyst

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Finance & risk

  • Salary:

    £45000.00 - £75000.00 per annum

  • Job ref:

    J6284_1546593412

  • Published:

    14 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    03/02/2019

  • Start date:

    ASAP

  • Consultant:

    Sarah Stott

OVERVIEW
Our client is a Tier 1 Investment Bank who are an innovative organisation with an excellent reputation, require a Gas Analyst to be based at their offices in London

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Maintaining and improving the supply and demand models for the European power and gas markets
Developing models to forecast inputs to the supply and gas model like demand, storage, field production models etc
Investigate news and issues that could change the supply and demand balance in Europe like policy and regulation changes, price moves, infrastructure issues, macro etc.
Work with the traders to forecast price moves and develop trade ideas.
Monitor price changes and the teams position in order to identify risks and opportunities and advise on positions.
Run scenarios on fundamentals in order to assign probabilities to price outcomes and better understand the market risks and opportunities.
Develop the LNG modelling capability.

REQUIREMENTS
Strong numerical skills a must with the ability to mentally manage a large amount of market information. A degree in statistics, mathematics, economics, engineering, or equivalent would be advantageous
Advanced programming skills, with VBA or Python a clear advantage
Excellent understanding of the gas & power market drivers
European Gas and Power Supply Infrastructure knowledge essential. Previous experience in the European gas markets with robust understanding of market drivers. Previous exposure to modelling supply and demand forecasts and tightness reports is highly valued
You must be able to communicate comfortably with work colleagues and stakeholders across the business
Be able to work under a pressured environment
Strong team player with strong verbal & written communication skills