Jyske Bank, based in Denmark, has traditionally distributed products that have been created by large banks. However, after the financial crisis saw consumer confidence in those banks plunge, Jyske has had to step in to operate as both issuer and distributor....
Goldman Sachs has reclaimed the top spot as best overall energy dealer, in the Energy Risk/Risk commodity rankings 2010, relieving Morgan Stanley of its two-year reign at number one.
After oil prices started to stabilise in the last quarter of 2009, all eyes turned to the market outlook for the year ahead. But as we enter a new decade, oil still remains at the top of the risk agenda and price forecasts differ vastly. Lianna Brinded...
SGX has announced details of a new fuel oil contract scheduled for launch on Monday, February 22.
A consortium led by Russian private oil company Lukoil is the latest in a line of energy giants sealing deals in Iraq, in a move set to develop one of the country’s largest oil fields.
The oil industry will continue to face supply challenges in the long term, following China’s burgeoning demand for imports, said BP’s chief executive at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Russia and Belarus have ended a dispute over oil supply by signing a deal on Russian oil deliveries for one-third of Belarus’s import needs, confirms Russian deputy prime minister Igor Sechin on the country’s government website.
Banks’ ability to act as a counterparty is “back to a very normal situation” after the credit crunch, according to one of the designers of Mexico’s oil price hedging programme.
Venezuela’s Orinoco Oil Belt could contain 513 billion barrels of technically recoverable heavy oil, double original estimates, according to a report released last week.
Iran’s national budget for 2010/2011 will be less reliant on oil revenues but will still reveal "good news" on oil production of 20% enriched fuel in February this year, says Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in a move aimed at making the state...
Three major oil and gas companies have sealed a deal with Iraq’s South Oil Company and Missan Oil Company that is set to increase production by 1 million barrels per day (bbl/d) over the next six years.
Iraq will not boost the European Union’s (EU) oil, gas or power supply, or become a key supplier in the near future, say analysts, following the announcement that the two parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding designed to secure the EU’s energy...
Abu Dhabi-based renewables company Masdar has joined forces with German utility E.on to form E.on Masdar Integrated Carbon (EMIC), a company focused on developing carbon emission reduction projects.
Origin Energy New Zealand has revealed that the Kupe gas project will be making the first shipment of light crude oil from Taranaki port on January 17.
The value of oil and gas deals announced last year increased by 10% from 2008 to $198 billion, although the total number of deals fell from 1,152 to 837, according to Ernst & Young’s third annual global oil and gas transactions review.
Oil prices will average $75 per barrel (bbl) in 2010, following rising growth in global oil consumption, fuelled by buoyant demand in developing economies, led by China, says rating agency Moody’s.
The world will become more dependent on Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) oil by the start of 2011, following sustained surplus production capacity and a forecasted decline in growth from countries outside the producer group, says...
Our special report this month takes an in-depth look at Canada's oil and gas markets.
With Canadian oil sands production set to grow, albeit at a reduced rate, will the current and planned pipeline infrastructure in North America be fit for purpose? Pauline McCallion finds out
Russia’s halt in crude oil supplies to Belarus, which is providing some support to the oil complex today (January 4), is not expected to have a big impact on the global market, say analysts.
Investment in oil-based commodities indexes and ETFs has grown this year, but how will potential regulatory changes impact their development? Katie Holliday looks at what products are being offered and to what extent regulatory uncertainty is impacting...
As oil companies look beyond current concerns over credit and costs, Pauline McCallion finds out how project economics are changing future plans