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Singapore is moving closer to the creation of an electricity futures market, according to comments made by the head of the national energy regulator.
With the UK's power sector estimated to need some £200 billion ($317 billion) worth of investment in the next 10-15 years, much is riding on the Electricity Market Reform, which so far lacks detail...
CFTC and Goldman Sachs executives discuss role of speculators in commodities markets during times of volatility
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Clarifications on two sets of data transparency rules for European energy markets are in the works, according to European Commission policy expert
A new alphabet soup of financial services and energy market regulations are making firms nervous about their ability to comply, said panellists at Energy Risk's Central and Eastern Europe conference
A potential revenue stream will open up over the next few years for energy-intensive corporations in the UK to sell back-up power to fill supply gaps left by retired plants, says RWE npower
Energy risk managers must develop a sustainable reporting system and not focus on finding "perfect technology", says ConocoPhillips risk manager
Biomass exchange: catalyst for European renewables?
Ferc to re-examine wider impact of California power crisis
Participants within Europe's electricity markets expect market coupling to continue apace in the next few years, making a European-wide integrated power market possible by 2014
The head of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators says new non-binding guidance will appear shortly after the Remit regulation is published in the EU's official journal
Mifid II update: potential position limits and narrowed exemptions likely for commodity traders
As early as December, energy trading firms could be subject to a compliance regime for Europe's complex - and confusing - new insider-trading rules
"The pursuit by industry of legitimate and appropriate risk management is now made unduly onerous," says CFTC commissioner Scott O'Malia
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
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