Acer director expresses frustration at power market coupling delays caused by exchanges and other stakeholders
Strain caused by regulation and renewables means European energy traders must adapt to survive, says RWE Supply & Trading CFO
As Hess turns into a leaner, upstream-focused oil company, chief risk officer Jonathan Stein tells Alexander Osipovich how enterprise risk management will assist in the firm’s transformation
Despite differences in the detail, the mechanics that unfold during episodes of financial and energy market hype are the same. To avoid repeating the errors of the past, companies and individuals should bear them in mind, argues Vincent Kaminski
Many energy market participants are worryingly unprepared for Emir and Remit, according to a recent poll by Energy Risk
Deloitte calls on US coal producers to set up prop trading desks and engage in more international origination
The incremental risk of including electricity contracts in a portfolio is computed by George Levy using a Monte Carlo regime-switching approach. The volume and price processes are modelled using empirical distributions and correlation is captured via...
LNG importers hoping for quick move to flexible pricing mechanisms will be disappointed, say market participants
SG CIB has been involved in a raft of eye-catching energy finance deals across Asia during the past year
Sydney-based Origin Energy was able to raise $500 million against non-core assets in two structured deals by Goldman Sachs
Aspect delivers its software in a way that significantly speeds up implementation and processing time
Citi has worked hard to rebuild its oil business and is one of very few banks that remain active in physical LNG
Steady growth and big ambition are on show at the Dubai Mercantile Exchange
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While Europe’s traditional energy firms have been suffering, Danske Commodities saw a 75% leap in profits for 2012. Chief executive Torben Nordal Clausen speaks to Gillian Carr
Weather risk management firms predict renewables and thinner energy market liquidity will drive growth
Proponents of peak oil should not capitulate too soon, as the days of oil – like those of horses – are numbered, writes Vincent Kaminski
Linn Energy, once fêted as a leader in risk management, is under scrutiny by US regulators for its derivatives accounting practices – something that is casting a shadow over other master limited partnerships in the upstream oil and gas business, finds...
With renewables accounting for a significant and growing proportion of Europe's electricity production, energy traders are increasingly turning to different sources of data to help them gauge the impact. Gillian Carr reports
Elevated WTI prices, pushed up by regional unrest, are creating opportunities for US oil producers to hedge
Lack of renewables data means an increasingly vital part of the market is being excluded, say traders
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Expected payoff maximisation is a commonly assumed strategy in valuation. S Hossein Hosseini, Qiaoyan Bian, Jay Chen and John Jiang suggest that execution strategies may vary due to complex option structures and their resulting uncertainties. Using a...
Amid a review of a 2003 determination by the Federal Reserve, the involvement of US banks in physical commodities has come under fire from regulators, politicians and the media. Could they really be forced to exit physical trading? Alexander Osipovich...