Energy evolution set to reshape risk management

During the next 20 years, the energy industry is expected to undergo transformational technological change, shaking up traditional patterns of correlation between different energy markets and creating demand for new types of instruments and more sophisticated risk models. By Stella Farrington

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Since its launch in 1994, Energy Risk has charted the phenomenal development of energy and commodity risk management, from the early beginnings of natural gas and power trading to today's robust and thriving markets.

While the changes seen over the past 20 years have been monumental, the next two decades are expected to usher in even greater shifts for the industry. This movement – a glimpse of which can already be seen – is the result of advances in technology and changes in the way energy is

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