US power M&A: lively activity expected in 2011
Carbon derivatives pricing: an arbitrageable market
Robust stock levels
BNP Paribas’s innovative hedging deal for Kosmos Energy
Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Eggborough Power
Israel’s national airline tightens up on the way it hedges jet fuel risk and currency movements
Volume in Nymex’s benchmark Henry Hub natural gas contract exceeds 500,000 contracts for first time
Europe’s largest pension fund is priced out of longevity securities market but looks to investments linked to the elderly as longevity hedge
Study sets out broad scope for prop trading ban - but it may not be workable
Smooth start for Texas nodal day-ahead market
New Islamic frontiers
Liquids-rich plays attract attention as the low natural gas price outlook continues
South Korean freight derivatives growth will not slow, despite the financial regulator’s institutional warning to Barclays and a caution to an individual at JP Morgan for breaking local banking rules by selling inappropriate currency derivatives that...
Commodity investment to strengthen and become more active in 2011 as natural gas producers look to hedge low price expectations
Prices for European Union carbon allowances (EUAs) will rise sharply in 2012 as companies hurry to hedge their emissions compliance requirements by the end of that year.
CFTC commissioners are concerned about the breadth of the Dodd-Frank swap dealer definition; staff call for electricity sector comments
Ready for launch
Favourable hedges protect unregulated power company ratings next year, but 2012 expiries could leave sector exposed
Editor's letter: December 2010
Oil hedging strategies revised after Irish bail-out
Malaysian Airlines (MAS) reduced its jet fuel hedging capacity amid uncertain price movements
Risk managers say gas price rises will force a rethink on current hedging strategies for power generation assets.