Trading units exploring relocation to avoid “years of uncertainty”, says AFM official
Oil major Shell and price reporting agency Platts offer rival plans to fix market distortions in Brent crude oil
Lloyds’s $1.5bn secured borrowing base facility for Essar Energy
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Iraq, one of the world’s largest locations with proven oil reserves, will not be able to hit governmental production targets due to the level of operational risk, say experts
For three firms, pension liabilities are more than double their equity market value
Latest US shale gas investment from Indian energy firm Reliance as the company seeks to bolster foreign investment
Several major energy and commodities companies such as Royal Dutch Shell and BP are to face a substantial rise in derivatives trading costs, following the adoption of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.
Rating agency gives a surprise boost to Malaysian oil company Petronas’s credit rating from negative to stable, despite the company’s substantial acquisition of an Iraqi oil field with Royal Dutch Shell
European refining has been in the doldrums for the last few years. Alex Davis looks at the outlook for Europe’s refiners and at how this will affect hedging strategies
Shell's $4.7 billion shale assets purchase today flies in the face of industry concerns about the impact of tighter regulations on future production
European oil refineries have little chance of making profits for companies over the next two years, despite the sector’s first quarter burst of profitability, say industry analysts.
Previous research on credit valuation adjustments (CVAs) with correlation between underlying and counterparty default, including volatilities of both, assumed unilateral default risk. However, the crisis prompted counterparties to ask institutions to...
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.
Frankfurt-based derivatives exchange Eurex plans to list 17 sterling-denominated single-stock futures in May.
Strong demand for US liquefied natural gas is accelerating the development of an active global spot market and pricing benchmarks, as Catherine Lacoursière discovers