Energy Risk - 2009-07-03

Model students

Mauro Cesa, Energy Risk's technical editor, talks to quants about how quantitative analysis for energy markets has developed and what they see as the most influential technical publications of the past 15 years

Changing landscape

Not a year has passed since Energy Risk's 1994 launch without M&A activity between energy companies, banks or brokers. Roderick Bruce & Pauline McCallion chart the M&A history that forms today's players

In the beginning...

Some aspects of the energy markets are unrecognisable from 1994, while other issues remain remarkably similar. Stella Farrington looks at the landscape of 15 years ago and how it has moved on

Learning from losses

Energy and commodity markets have staged impressive growth in the past 15 years, but there have also been some eye-watering failures along the way. Katie Holliday considers what has been learnt from these catastrophes, and whether derivatives scandals…

Making markets

In the first of two articles tracing the beginnings of energy derivatives, Roderick Bruce talks to oil trading pioneers about the market’s formative years

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