End-users are ploughing into hedging their oil positions, as prices remain in a tight range, says Standard Chartered Bank’s head of energy and environmental research
Qantas Airways’ head of risk believes the company could take more risks within its hedging programme
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China's growth as a consumer in the energy and commodities global market could eventually sway price movements, says Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange’s Cheung
Crude will be "the bottleneck in the system, rather than refining" says the investment bank
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 s...
Experts quash fears that tighter restrictions following BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill will result in oil to gas fuel switching in the US, thus pushing up gas prices
End-users’ energy and commodities hedging strategies are growing in sophistication as they adopt more complex products and non-traditional tools, says the head of RWE npower’s optimisation desk
Hedging programmes for oil & gas companies show widely differing outcomes according to the latest flurry of company results
The development of domestic bond markets and longer-dated hedging instruments in Asia during the past 15 years has helped insurers to manage their duration mismatches. But there is still a long way ...
A substantial number of mining companies refuse to have a hedging programme, leaving them vulnerable to a possible sharp drop in prices
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