Energy Risk - 2008-12-08

Boom or bust for US LNG?

The US has been gearing up to import LNG in the face of declining domestic supply, but imports are still less than 20% of the country's LNG terminal capacity. Stephen Makowka and Kenneth Grant of Compass Lexecon report

LNG pricing - Moving forward

While the bulk of global LNG volumes remain locked up in opaque long-term deals, attempts are being made to introduce price transparency and a forward curve to the market. Roderick Bruce investigates

The big finance freeze

Falling oil and gas prices, the credit squeeze and the economic slump are combining to hit energy project investment, while lack of trust in financial markets has sidelined structured products. By Maria Kielmass

Slipping and sliding away

Are fundamentals behind oil's steep price increase and subsequent fall, or was it the bursting of a speculative bubble? Mauricio Bermudez-Neubauer and Paulo Homem Cristo of Point Carbon assess the impact of fundamental and non-fundamental drivers on…

Getting the measure of it

Measuring risk in the face of a lack of data is one of the greatest challenges for energy risk managers, say respondents of our risk management survey. Stella Farrington sets out this year's findings

Cultural exchange

EEX and Powernext's agreement to share their electricity spot and derivatives markets represents groundbreaking Franco-German energy market co-operation. The CEOs of both exchanges talk to Roderick Bruce about the challenges involved and what the merged…

The sum of all parts

The recent financial crisis has put enterprise-wide risk management firmly in the spotlight. Pauline McCallion looks at how this increased interest could advance ERM, and asks whether total ERM can ever be fully achieved

Joe Gold

Joe Gold, MD and co-head of commodities at Barclays Capital, talks to Katie Holliday about weathering the financial market turmoil

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