News / Energy Risk
California is set to launch the world’s second-largest carbon market, but threats of litigation have kept many potential market participants sitting on the sidelines
Management board of European Commodity Clearing brought into line with parent company
More News / Energy Risk articles
Basel capital rules and regulatory reform stymie risk appetite of major banks in commodities
International Organization of Securities Commissions principles for oil price reporting agencies fail to silence critics
Energy indexes may not be included in EU market abuse rules, but remain likely to be hit by further scrutiny
A slowdown in Chinese oil demand growth coupled with increasing supply will mean oil prices will be much lower in 10 years, forecasts Ric Deverell, head of commodities research at Credit Suisse
The next stages of creating an integrated European electricity market should focus on the intra-day market, direct current cables and preparing trading strategies post-2014, say panellists at Energy...
Industry estimates of clearing costs met with scepticism
In recent years, speculation in oil markets has been associated with price falls more than price rises, but speculative activity is transforming the oil market into an asset play subject to new macr...
Publicly owned utilities say a growing number of energy companies are refusing to trade with them ahead of the deadline for swap dealer registration
Use of put spreads in oil hedging programme leaves Mexico dangerously exposed to low oil prices if global economy sinks
Former head of power trading joins at least one ex-colleague to found Scoville Risk Partners
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 Eu...
The Title Transfer Facility natural gas hub is expected to see increased market interest, after Ice's decision to acquire a majority share in APX-Endex's gas exchange
This whitepaper reviews the fundamental changes of Liquidity Risk Management under Basel III. It discusses how institutions can meet the regulatory requirements on liquidity risk management by enhancing their liquidity risk analytics, funds transfer pricing methodologies, liquidity stress testing frameworks, and enterprise risk management platforms.