Trading opinions

Energy risk professionals from all over Europe gathered in London last month at the Energy Risk Europe conference to debate the hottest topics facing the industry today. The Energy Risk team bring you some highlights

Energy Risk Europe, this year held in London in October, once again brought together energy industry experts, economists, risk managers and financial engineers to exchange the latest information on fundamental and financial market developments.

The first day began with an informative address from Hideshi Emoto, senior energy analyst with the International Energy Agency (IEA), which set out the organisation's forecasts out to 2030.

On the topic of nuclear power, Emoto was asked whether the IEA's

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