Industry groups hopeful Commodity End-User Relief Act will survive veto threat
Industry groups welcome new focus on Dodd-Frank troubleshooting
As banks retreat, French utility broadens risk management offering
End-user exemptions could prove Pyrrhic victory, says treasury head
Requirement to use new trading platforms will make market more costly, less liquid, end-users say
New CFTC working group will iron out inconsistencies between SDRs and address end-user concerns, commissioner vows
Differing approaches of swap data repositories haunt energy companies trying to reconcile trades
US Airways policy of not hedging jet fuel will now extend to American Airlines, says chief executive
Energy derivatives end-users face uphill struggle to comply with reporting rules when no-action relief expires
CFTC must revamp its technological infrastructure to cope with a flood of swap trade data, says commissioner
Dodd-Frank delay gets mixed response from energy firms
The recently released autumn statement shows compensation will be offered to energy-intensive companies as a result of UK climate policy, but questions remain around the details of the initiative and the level of compensation on offer
Energy Risk USA speakers concerned about reliance on end-user status; urge energy companies to begin Dodd-Frank compliance planning
First California Carbon Allowance forward underlines US interest in trading, contract standards to evolve as activity increases
CFTC continues derivatives reform rule-making, staff and commissioners concerned about timetable and resources
Trade flow likely to move to physical markets due to new derivatives rules, experts say
CFTC deals with pre-enactment swaps reporting and tells energy companies to maintain required data until Dodd-Frank definitions are finalised
With recent statistics showing an increasing number of financial institutions jumping into commodities, Lianna Brinded investigates whether this will cause more risks to end-users
More than 2,500 UK end-users could be stung with a hefty fine from the UK government, as a substantial number of executives at the country’s top firms admit they are unaware of the mandatory CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, reveals a new report
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.
As US regulators embark on redefining over-the-counter derivatives trading, energy end-users need to be aware of how they will be categorised and the potential impact on trading costs.
Shell Gas Direct’s chief tells Energy Risk that major end-users’ credit worthiness will be one of four major challenges for industrial and commercial users in the next few years
Energy companies are looking to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) for more clues about the future regulatory landscape after the US Congress set the stage last week for a wide-ranging overhaul of derivatives regulation
The debate over derivatives regulation could provide momentum for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to impose position limits on energy trading proposed in January.