On the back of further regulatory approvals, the creation of the largest competitive energy provider in the US is now looming ever closer
Confidence crisis for carbon?
The recently released autumn statement shows compensation will be offered to energy-intensive companies as a result of UK climate policy, but questions remain around the details of the initiative and the level of compensation on offer
Singapore is moving closer to the creation of an electricity futures market, according to comments made by the head of the national energy regulator.
With the UK's power sector estimated to need some £200 billion ($317 billion) worth of investment in the next 10-15 years, much is riding on the Electricity Market Reform, which so far lacks detail, say top power executives
Regulatory risk on the agenda
"The pursuit by industry of legitimate and appropriate risk management is now made unduly onerous," says CFTC commissioner Scott O'Malia
New research provides evidence that a relationship exists between the demand for oil from China and India and Brent crude prices
Weaknesses exist in the language of new rules meant to prevent use of insider information and other forms of market abuse in the wholesale energy sector
European Investment Bank plans to sell 300 million EU carbon allowances
At the crossroads
More obligations for energy firms under MAD revisions
Optimum shareholder value in the oil and gas sector is likely to come from a specialist approach rather than the traditional integrated oil company model, according to a recent report by management consulting firm AT Kearney
The overthrow of Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi may have sent oil prices falling in recent days, but a return to full oil production in Libya is not likely for some time to come due to on-going security issues, say analysts