Energy Risk - 2009-04-30

Beyond compliance

Community-level emission reduction projects are in demand as compliance buyers diversify carbon offset portfolios and corporates seek out sustainable green projects. Voluntary and compliance market methodologies and pricing are therefore becoming…

Safe haven

Gold has been a favourite with investors looking for a safe haven since last year’s turbulence began. But will this persist in 2009, or will the precious metal start to lose its shine as a hedging option? Pauline McCallion finds out

Russia rewires

The break-up of Russia's power monopoly, RAO Unified Energy System, in July 2008 heralded a new dawn for the sector and a key point in the lengthy liberalisation process. But privatisation coincided with the economy's crash. Roderick Bruce examines the…

Summer 2009

The latest on investment and finance within the environmental and renewables sectors. In-depth features on the VERs market, US solar power contracts, waste-to-energy and a Q&A with Earth Capital Partners

Profile

To celebrate its 15th anniversary Energy Risk is conducting interviews with veterans who have shaped today's energy markets. This month Katie Holliday talks with energy risk management guru Vincent Kaminski, professor at Houston's Rice University, and…

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