A tough nut to crack
Pulling it all together
The costs of separation
Danger of death
Tougher enforcement stance is justified and paying dividends, claims Ferc chairman
Low natural gas prices, weak power demand and rising costs put pressure on credit ratings
European power: Italian influx
Lean times in energy and commodity derivatives trading have caused a cutback in the amount of time and resources spent on energy risk modelling – a worrying trend that could leave firms unprepared for future market challenges, argue some experts. Mark...
The next stages of creating an integrated European electricity market should focus on the intra-day market, direct current cables and preparing trading strategies post-2014, say panellists at Energy Risk Europe
Publicly owned utilities say a growing number of energy companies are refusing to trade with them ahead of the deadline for swap dealer registration
US power markets
Ripe for change
Duke-Progress deal a win for alliances, nuclear power
A lawsuit filed against JP Morgan by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is the latest example of the agency's tough, new enforcement stance
A report commissioned by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (Ercot) has recommended that the state increase its maximum peak power price in order to spur investment in new generation capacity and lower the risk of blackouts
Going with the flow?