Growing exports of liquefied natural gas from North America and a more globalised gas market will lead the US’s Henry Hub price benchmark to become the long-term driver of natural gas prices in Europe and east Asia, according to analysts from Citi
Japan’s decision last week to remove nuclear energy from the country’s fuel mix by 2040, is set to significantly increase the country’s short-term demand for fossil fuels, especially liquefied natural gas, say analysts
Falling iron ore prices are ramping up market liquidity to the extent that hedge funds are entering the market as a China proxy
Old US ban on crude exports receives fresh scrutiny
Australia and the EU have made plans to link their carbon trading scheme from 2015 and Australia will drop its controversial carbon floor price.
UK energy companies have received clarity on some sections of the government's Electricity Market Reform but questions remain for other areas.
European firm looks to capitalise on increasing demand for palm oil hedging
The collapse of Peregrine Financial Group, which comes just nine months after the bankruptcy of MF Global, has raised the pressure on US regulators to boost protection of customer funds held by futures commission merchants
Future of European shale gas market on shaky ground?
Duke-Progress deal a win for alliances, nuclear power
Australia’s carbon scheme takes it first step but future development remains uncertain due to political risk.
Signing of decree by Rio de Janeiro governor is delayed – causing some to suspect lobbying efforts by those opposed to the scheme may have worked
Credit Suisse has released a research note today that highlights the potential for oil prices to fall to levels last seen during the 2008 crisis
A report commissioned by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (Ercot) has recommended that the state increase its maximum peak power price in order to spur investment in new generation capacity and lower the risk of blackouts
Move follows merger with Exelon Corporation. Risk management at the combined company will now be run by Exelon CRO, Joseph Glace
Analyst forecasts of how the reversal of the Seaway pipeline will affect the West Texas Intermediate-Brent spread vary widely. Jay Maroo reports
Slow global economic recovery led to weak M&A activity in the global power and utilities sector in the first quarter of 2012, but deal value increased almost 20% from the previous quarter
The extreme weather that hit North America recently has spurred interest in tools designed to hedge weather risk, according to participants speaking at Energy Risk USA
Power trading across the Indian subcontinent is set to grow in size and interconnectivity, according to a GBI Research report
Fragmentation hindering Canada’s electricity market
On Tuesday, US President Barack Obama launched a new initiative aimed at curbing speculation in energy markets, arguing that it would help ease the pain of high gasoline prices. He urged Congress to give the US Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)...
According to data published by the European Commission, the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme was oversupplied with allowances in 2011
Participants are becoming increasingly bearish in their outlook for the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme according to this year's Point Carbon survey
New US EPA rules seek to dethrone old King Coal