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New research provides evidence that a relationship exists between the demand for oil from China and India and Brent crude prices
Many energy trading firms have yet to begin getting the technological infrastructure in place to comply with new EU and US financial market regulations, say panellists
Regulators should be wary about applying financial market regulation to all end-users, warn panellists
This webinar looks at the current state of enterprise stress testing and unveils findings of a new study on Enterprise-level Stress Testing (one of several research papers in Chartis' The Risk Enabled Enterprise ® research program)
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Weaknesses exist in the language of new rules meant to prevent use of insider information and other forms of market abuse in the wholesale energy sector
Fears that the sovereign debt crisis will lead to global financial shock is causing oil producers to reduce inventory and cut back investment – creating a potential supply problem in future, warns...
Preliminary opinion of advocate-general says that US and Asian airlines cannot opt out of EU emissions trading next year
CME Group has appointed Gary Morsches as managing director of its global energy business
More obligations for energy firms under MAD revisions
Solar failure raises questions about funding for renewables
BP's Alan Haywood says non-banks need to consider Fed letter commitments for the good of the industry
Panellists at the Energy Risk Asia conference voice concerns over the extraterritorial implications of the Dodd-Frank Act
The commercial airline sector will have to buy 82 million tonnes of carbon allowances next year in addition to free allowances, according to an aviation consultancy
Futures and Options Association report refutes negative impact of speculators on commodities markets
CFTC commissioner renews support for over-the-counter energy clearing tool in the face of new Dodd-Frank rules that could affect operation
The recommendations of global regulators to harmonise commodity derivatives regulation have received praise from brokers for not trying to divide 'speculation' from 'hedging'
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.