A push to eliminate fuel subsidies across much of Africa, the Middle East and Asia is raising interest in the use of commodity hedging by governments as a way of containing social unrest. But it remains...
Austrian Airlines risk manager argues fuel hedging delays firms' adaptation to higher costs and should be avoided
As more African countries remove fossil fuel subsides, an increase in downstream investment is expected. Jay Maroo lookes at whether other oil producers may now follow suit.
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Kwame Okyere-Mensuo, technical adviser at Ghana’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, talks about the country’s pioneering import hedging programme, as well as the hedging of output from the Jubilee field
Air China will seek simpler hedging strategies when its current contracts expire. Meanwhile, other airlines in Asia are taking differing approaches to hedging, with some risking big profit losses by staying completely unhedged.
Israel’s national airline tightens up on the way it hedges jet fuel risk and currency movements
With increased use of nuclear energy currently the EU’s most likely route to ensuing both security of supply and low carbon emissions, Alex Davis examines the impact such a policy could have for energy risk managers
The price volatility seen in energy markets in recent years has had a big impact on the bottom line of many airlines, both in the form of higher prices as well as hedging losses. Pauline McCallion speaks to industry participants about the outlook for...
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