Other people moves at Mercuria, CME, Danske, CBA, Freepoint, Uniper and Statkraft
Javelin Global Commodities CEO sees opportunities amid bank retreat from physical markets
New merchant firm aims to fill void left by banks’ exit from coal trading
Port comments on how risk management will be affected by Uniper spin-off
Schulz speaks about threats and opportunities facing European utilities
E.on Global Commodities CRO calls for disciplined approach to trading decisions
Highlights from London conference
Legal and compliance head says agency has been “very receptive” of industry concerns
Other commodities moves at Icap, PetroChina, BAML & Evolution Markets
Mergers and acquisition activity could be on the up in the US power market in spite of staid economic conditions. Pauline McCallion examines the outlook for M&A
German power and gas company E.ON begins drive to expand presence in US gas market.
German power and gas company E.ON's decision to sell its US subsidiary to PPL Corporation for $7.625 billion has resulted in a ratings review and possible downgrade for E.ON US.
Nordic power market Nord Pool Spot has introduced a bidding area to connect Estonia to the Nordic region, as part of the exchange’s plans to further integrate the Baltic power market.
Pan-European emissions trading is a step closer after agreement of an EU directive. Atle Christiansen and Kristian Tangen of Point Carbon look at the consequences
European energy firms are seeking to reposition their products and strategies in advance of European Union market deregulation. FAME Energy reports
Buyers of protection have pulled back their bids in the European credit default swap market this week, in response to positive market news and sentiment, coupled with greater stability on the equity markets.