Energy Risk - 2007-05-01

Commissioning change

Ferc chairman Joseph Kelliher talks with David Watkins about his views on the US energy markets, the Ferc's competition review and what needs doing next

Measuring success

A cutting-edge survey by McKinsey & Company reveals which types of trading are most prevalent and successful among utilities. Using survey data, McKinsey's Jörg Doege, Sven Heiligtag and Peter De Wit suggest guidelines for creating successful trading and…

Feeling the heat

Uncertainty over future fuel prices is proving a headache for airlines. While many put on successful hedges last year ahead of widely anticipated price spikes, this year's price falls have discouraged hedging. Joe Marsh looks at how airlines in Asia are…

Is the EU ETS working?

The EU's emissions trading scheme has created a massive oversupply of allowances for its first phase. Kjetil Røine and Henrik Hasselknippe ask whether the scheme is causing emissions reductions, whether there will be a sufficient shortage in Phase II and…

Whose side is your consultant on?

Choosing the most appropriate front- and middle-office software often requires companies to seek expert advice. However, consultant expertise and objectivity can vary greatly. Choosing the right software consultant is a task itself, writes Ryan Rogers of…

Hans-Bernd Menzel

Oliver Holtaway talks to Hans-Bernd Menzel about politicians, leadership and mountain-biking

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