Energy Risk - 2009-05-01

Paying the piper

The Nord Stream pipeline, planned to come online in 2011, will be vital to help Europe meet its future gas demands. However, financing any infrastructure project in the current climate is difficult. Roderick Bruce looks at the challenges facing Nord…

Ukraine's next generation

DTEK, Ukraine's only privately owned power utility, wants to become a leading energy player linking Ukraine, Russia and Europe. Roderick Bruce meets Vitaly Butenko, DTEK's chief strategy officer, to discuss the company's progress and plans for expansion…

An ethical Investment

Earth Capital Partners - the newly formed sustainable development investment business - plans to raise $5 billion over the next five years to invest in global SD projects. Katie Holliday talks to partner Ben Cotton and chief executive officer Rufus Warner

Squeezing more out of P&L explain

Commodity traders are increasingly aware of the need to squeeze greater profits from existing business activities. One oft overlooked tool for doing this is the P&L 'explain', write Akhil Sehgal and Anup Singh

Trading positions

Energy Risk catches up with the latest appointments, promotions and departures in global commodity markets

Landfill of Plenty

Government incentives to produce 'green' electricity mean that despite the credit crunch, new waste-to-energy technologies continue to attract interest from venture capitalists, raising hopes for further financing opportunities once the economy begins…

Beyond 2012

The EU ETS has been a key driver of CDM market growth. However, changes to CER import limits suggested for Phase III could jeopardise that, writes Miles Austin at EcoSecurities

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