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Energy markets amid the gas supply crisis

October 20, 2022 | 10:00 - 11:00 CET


Oriol Saltó i Bauzà
Associate Partner at AleaGreen
Álvaro Antón Azcoiti
Director, Financial Advisory at Deloitte
Ricardo Benito Pascual
Director, Financial Advisory at Deloitte
Luis Garcia Tasich
Manager of Global IFRS and Offerings Services (GIOS) at Deloitte


  • Evolution of European energy markets
  • Financing of renewable energy projects
  • Importance of the forecasting in audits and portfolio valuation

This webinar will once again feature speakers from Deloitte who, as in the two previous editions in which they participated, will share their vision on the financing of renewable energy projects and the importance of the forecasting in audits and in portfolio valuation:

Vision of investment and financing needs

  • Huge capital needs (equity and debt) until 2030 to comply with the NECP, in an environment with high volatility and uncertainty
  • Diversity among capital providers in terms of their risk tolerance, especially by merchant
  • PPA needed to mitigate the merchant risk, updated illustration of the financing conditions of projects with and without PPA
  • Sensitivity analysis of returns expected by project shareholders in different scenarios


Risks and difficulties of preparing financial information

  • Complexity in the presentation of financial information on price hedges
  • Challenges of accounting estimates; impairment test, fair value…
  • Complexity of the hedge accounting given the diversity of PPA


The webinar will also analyse the evolution of European energy markets and the prospects for the coming autumn and next winter, periods that will be complicated due to the gas supply crisis, aggravated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the risk that Russia will stop supplying gas to Europe.


Oriol Saltó i Bauzà, is Associate Partner at AleaGreen. He is PhD in Physics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He has 20 years of experience in data analysis and modelling both in the context of scientific research and in energy markets. At AleaSoft, for more than ten years, he has been at the forefront of the development of forecasting models for the European energy markets: electricity, gas, oil, CO2, among others.

Jorge Simão,

Pablo Villaplana,