Energy Risk - Energy Risk - April 2010 issue

Bullish data in China oil shop

With China’s seemingly unstoppable growth in oil demand fuelling speculation that it can only rise further this year, Lianna Brinded investigates how this will impact global supply and change trading relationships

Low US gas price spurs shale oil industry

The development of shale gas production in the US is expected to change the face of the natural gas sector but could it make similar waves in the US oil production industry? Pauline McCallion examines the outlook for US shale oil

Focus on India: Power market regulation

Despite a growing will to liberalise power markets in India, progress has been slow so far. However, regulatory changes are finally moving the market towards better transparency and competition, finds Katie Holliday

Q&A with JP Morgan’s head of commodities for India

Indian businesses are keen to learn how to recognise their exposures to commodity price volatility and, in turn, manage that risk, says JP Morgan’s Rahul Eapen. He tells Katie Holliday why the varying levels of knowledge and understanding make the Indian…

Pass the microphone: Preston to Cusenza

What have power trading and personal genetics got in common, and what are the advantages of a clearing house using VAR to calculate margin? Ben Preston, head of power trading at Macquarie Energy, puts his questions to Paul Cusenza, CEO of Nodal Exchange

Cutting Edge: Pure jump models for energy prices

Université de Lausanne’s Roberto Marfè investigates pure jump processes as modelling blocks for the distributions of energy returns under the pricing measure. An easy-to-implement option-implied approach is outlined, which circumvents most of the…

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