Energy derivatives end-users face uphill struggle to comply with reporting rules when no-action relief expires
Shake-up at Barclays continues as George Cultraro, global head of crude oil and refined products, leaves the bank
Record $410 million settlement demonstrates zero-tolerance approach towards exploitation of market design flaws
Physical trading by banks said to inflate commodity prices, increase systemic risk and threaten shortage of beer cans
Oil and gas firms still face compliance challenge from anti-bribery laws, despite court judgement against Dodd-Frank disclosure rules
Trading in derivatives linked to Western Canadian Select (WCS) heavy crude oil has jumped in the past few years, giving the country's producers improved opportunities to hedge. But the lack of a unified WCS price index has made it difficult for liquidity...
Despite worries about a shortfall in generation capacity, Trip Doggett, president and chief executive of Ercot, is proud that Texas has the liveliest deregulated power market in the US. He speaks to Alexander Osipovich
BP registers its US-based energy trading subsidiary as a swap dealer, becoming the first oil and gas major to opt for dealer status under Dodd-Frank
CFTC has increased its scrutiny of futures brokers and their handling of customer funds since MF Global collapse
Alberta securities regulator acknowledges proposals on derivatives dealer registration have alarmed energy firms
The US Dodd-Frank Act envisioned a new type of trading venue for over-the-counter derivatives, known as swap execution facilities (Sefs). But in the energy markets, at least, it appears Sefs are dead and traditional futures exchanges have emerged triumphant....
Price reporting agencies (PRAs) are facing intense scrutiny from regulators, amid renewed allegations that their widely used price indexes are being manipulated by unscrupulous energy traders. Will the PRAs be forced to change their ways? Alexander Osipovich...
Commissioner says lowering futures block trade thresholds skirts the intent of Dodd-Frank
Frustrated by inaction at the CFTC, public utilities champion new law on Dodd-Frank special entities threshold
Chairman who presided over more aggressive stance on power market manipulation to step down, agency says
Bill Perkins believes rising demand and reduced risk warehousing will create opportunities for natural gas traders: video
CFTC commissioner warns about agency's "data dilemma" in exclusive video interview
Ferc is now monitoring markets in near real time for evidence of manipulation, warns enforcement official
CFTC must revamp its technological infrastructure to cope with a flood of swap trade data, says commissioner
CFTC will soon unveil revised rule on commodity position limits after a court rejected its previous effort, says O'Malia
Exchanges plan futures in response to RIN price surge
Dodd-Frank delay gets mixed response from energy firms
A good climate for renewable PPAs
The calm before the storm?