Since Nigel Saperia first began working as an oil trader at Shell in 1976, the business of trading oil has been transformed. He speaks to Mark Pengelly
End-users will hedge more with firms such as BP, Shell and Vitol as banks face ban on prop trading, say market participants
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Plains Exploration & Production will hedge up to 90% of its oil production for the next three years, the Houston-based company says as it reaches a deal to buy $6.1 billion of oil assets in the Gulf of Mexico from BP and Shell
Lloyds Bank organises $1.5bn secured borrowing base facility for Essar Energy
After being appointed president of Shell Energy North America last June, Frans Everts is now getting to grips with both new markets and new regulations. He talks to Pauline McCallion about the Dodd-Frank Act and his outlook for natural gas and carbon...
Critics argue a Canadian OTC derivatives repository would lead to fragmented and inconsistent data
The confidentiality of energy trading data provided to regulators for market monitoring purposes continues to concern market players and regulators alike, after August leak by senator Sanders
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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