US President promises push for clean energy at expense of oil and singular focus on renewables
Adam Knight, global head of commodities has left Credit Suisse, confirms source
Goldman Sachs says investors should get exposure to crude oil, and put a $105 per barrel price target on it, as one of the supply-constrained commodities China most needs, David Walker reports.
Morgan Stanley has made a senior appointment in mainland China and received permission to trade agricultural products onshore in the country as part of the US investment bank’s efforts to grow its commodity business in the world’s second largest economy.
Presidential commission suggests reforms to address oil sector risk management after BP Gulf of Mexico spill investigation
Société Générale agrees to buy North American power and natural gas assets from RBS Sempra Commodities
Emerging market equities subject to political uncertainty, while demand for commodities a certainty
Global carbon market gears up for 2011 climate talks
Smooth start for Texas nodal day-ahead market
On the back of Russia starting to issue ERUs, increased market liquidity will lead to tighter ERU/CER spreads, say analysts
Liquids-rich plays attract attention as the low natural gas price outlook continues
Source and Deutsche list ETPs on SIX
Cap-and-trade to continue as part of portfolio of emission reduction tools for states and regions; scheme co-operation expected
Commodity investment to strengthen and become more active in 2011 as natural gas producers look to hedge low price expectations
International launch of new precious metals trading business builds on previous efforts
The decision to host the 2018 World Cup in Russia will boost much-needed infrastructure investment and lower operational risk for the steel industry, say analysts
Benedikt von Butler of Citigroup discusses how market participants in the central and eastern European markets can ensure they are fully prepared for the risk of new climate change legislation and manage their carbon risk accordingly
Favourable hedges protect unregulated power company ratings next year, but 2012 expiries could leave sector exposed
Trevor Morgan of the International Energy Agency (IEA) talks to Energy Risk about phasing out fossil fuel subsidies, unconventional gas, why Copenhagen was a failure and the outlook for renewables.
Regulators focus on physical and financial market links
Over half a billion CERs risk homelessness post-2012
Wind sector seeks equal treatment from FERC rules
Oil hedging strategies revised after Irish bail-out
Energy Risk traveled to Warsaw, Poland for the its Central and Eastern Europe Conference. High-profile market participants from the region attended the event and discussed the progress and potential going forward.