Highlights from Energy Risk Summit Europe 2015

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Sparks fly at Energy Risk Summit Europe 2015

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Market participants worry for European energy liquidity
Banks, utilities and regulators express concern about the impact of regulation on EU energy market liquidity

EU power traders rail against national interventions
Interventions by national governments in areas such as capacity and renewables are seen as hampering the EU electricity market

Remit breaches already being investigated by Acer
The energy market supervisor has already been investigating breaches of Remit, but needs more resources to carry out its role, says director Alberto Pototschnig

European utilities face 'perfect storm', says Engie's Cirelli
Utility giants are already in deep trouble and urgently need to overhaul their business models, says the former chief executive of Gaz de France

Impact of Mifid II on commodities sparks heated debate
Industry representatives and regulators clash while discussing tightened rules on commodity dealers under Mifid II

Energy firms face Remit 'nightmare'
Companies may struggle to monitor trading data being sent to Acer on their behalf, say panellists

Ask questions and avoid sure bets, energy traders told
David Port, CRO of E.on Global Commodities, calls for energy traders to adopt a more disciplined approach to trading

Live coverage: Energy Risk Summit Europe - Day 1
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