The global oil industry is increasingly turning away from WTI as a physical price benchmark, says industry consultant
Thomson Reuters to acquire carbon emissions information provider Point Carbon
Strong Q2 trading volumes reassert WTI's place as global pricing benchmark
German power and gas company E.ON begins drive to expand presence in US gas market.
The EU has pledged to include shipping in the EU ETS by the end of 2011 if a global scheme hasn’t been agreed on. Some shipping experts believe this could cause chaos, finds Alex Davis
The recent disconnect between oil and gas prices has once again raised the question of whether the practice of indexing gas to oil prices should be dropped, finds Alex Davis
Energy Risk catches up with the latest appointments, promotions and departures in global commodity markets
European oil refineries have little chance of making profits for companies over the next two years, despite the sector’s first quarter burst of profitability, say industry analysts.
Barclays Capital launched exchange-traded notes (ETNs) in Europe on Tuesday, listing 12 new ETNs on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), consisting of nine commodity exchange-traded products and three notes linked to volatility indexes for equities.
The Europe-wide flight ban resulting from volcanic ash clouds has cost the jet fuel market 500,000 tonnes-worth of demand this month, with logistical congestion expected to remain until the end of the week.
European jet fuel traders are hoping for heavy rain to clear the skies of volcanic ash, after a loss of demand for a day and a half looks set to impact on prices and logistics.