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Power exchange that provides marketplaces for trading in physical and financial contracts in northern European countries (primarily Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway and the UK). It listed the world’s first exchange-traded...
A graph of the term structure of interest rates. It is usually given in terms of the spot yields on bonds with different maturities but the same risk factors (such as creditworthiness of issuer), plotted against maturity. In general, yields will increase...
Services that are designed to maintain the reliability of power supply to end-users. Ancillary services can include regulation, spinning reserve, non-spinning reserve and replacement reserve. Independent system operators (ISO) create a market for buying...
An offshore terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) or energy product loading/unloading, or used to describe a seaport that can accommodate a fully loaded Panamax-class ship. For LNG operations, a deepwater port is a connection to an ocean floor natural...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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