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ICE Futures Europe is publishing commitment of traders (COT) reports for its global commodity benchmark ICE Brent crude and ICE gas-oil futures
A partnership between EFETnet and DTCC aims to create a global commodity derivatives trade repository, which will provide regulators one point of contact for trade data
This OpenLink webcast brings together a panel of industry experts to discuss the development of local energy markets in Russia.
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Energy Finance House of the Year: Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking
Structured Products House of the Year: Deutsche Bank
Broker of the Year: OTC Global Holdings
Carbon brokers estimate that €60 per European Allowance (EUA) will be needed in the third phase of the Kyoto protocol if the 80% emissions reduction target is to be met by 2050.
2Co takeover of Powerfuel could improve profile of carbon capture and storage
The LME is the latest exchange considering whether to build its own clearing business. If the trend continues, banks could face more fees and administration
Electricity prices could rise as the UK sets a minimum floor price for carbon
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