Energy Risk - 2007-11-01

Weathering the subprime meltdown

While conventional markets have been battered by the subprime crisis, weather market players have enjoyed high returns. Investing in weather derivatives provides insulation from volatile, chaos-prone and unpredictable human decision-making processes,…

Closer to the asset

As physical oil trading is increasingly influenced by supply and logistics issues, integrating specialised operational aspects into commercial risk models has become key. David Newton, CEO of TradeCapture, looks at how these challenges are changing…

Counting the costs

The cost of much needed oil exploration and production projects has spiralled recently. Roderick Bruce looks at what is driving the cost rises and what their effect may be

The hunt for talent

Demand for experienced oil traders has never been fiercer with ever more companies competing for a finite talent pool. Securing oil traders in 2008 will be tough, and some firms may be forced to alter their business models in order to survive, writes…

Andrew Polydor

Tullett Prebon Energy's managing director EMEA Andrew Polydor talks with Oliver Holtaway about his optimistic outlook and his competitive approach to charity auction dinners

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