Energy Risk - Energy Risk - August 2010 issue

European power: Iberian market slow to develop

Market analysts have pinpointed the Iberian power market as one to watch due to recent increased participation from banks, hedge funds and utilities. However, some European energy companies are still highly critical of the market’s structure and…

Strategies for a greener US power market

Taking a more uniform approach to certain aspects of power market development in the US could help build a stronger, greener generation portfolio. Pauline McCallion finds out more

Interview: CCX’s Richard Sandor on carbon emissions

The Chicago Climate Exchange’s founder, Dr Richard Sandor – who played an instrumental role in the development of spot & futures markets under the US Acid Rain Program – speaks to Pauline McCallion about the similar role environmental markets can now…

Q&A: Endesa’s Jaime Roman on mergers

Jaime Roman, head of risk management at Spanish utility Endesa, talks to Katie Holliday about the attitudes to risk management in Europe from the perspective of a major European utility operating in the growing Iberian markets

Mongolia: Investors weigh risk in promising market

Following a $3 billion investment agreement made for a copper-gold mine last year, and the recent tender for $10 billion of infrastructure investment, Mongolia seems to be the new land of opportunity, but there are risks. Alex Davis reports

Technology and regulation change game plan for brokers

Technological developments have transformed the face of European energy broking beyond recognition. Now regulatory changes could potentially alter this landscape even further. Alex Davis and Katie Holliday speak to the major brokers about their vision…

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