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Two years ago, things were looking grim for refineries on the US east coast. Without pipeline links to the supplies of cheap oil coming from places such as the Bakken Shale in North Dakota, they were dependent on costlier seaborne crude, making them unprofitable....
The growing market clout of refiners in Asia is giving the region a healthy boost in trading activity for derivatives linked to oil and other refined products. With local refining capacity set to grow, the trend looks likely to continue – a development...
Shift away from swaps trading and recent price reporting agency scandals helping Oman contract, says DME chief
Following a series of bitter spats with its Russian partners, oil major BP exited its Moscow-based joint venture, TNK-BP, in March. Market participants say the oil major’s experience holds lessons for other firms attempting to grapple with political...
Market participants expected to shy away from outright bets on crude oil as low volatility persists
Austrian Airlines risk manager argues fuel hedging delays firms' adaptation to higher costs and should be avoided
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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