Energy Risk - Energy Risk January 2010 issue

Is there joined up thinking on Smart Grid?

The modernisation of the European power industry through smart grids could transform electricity supply and demand but there is still a long way to go. In the first of a two-part series, Rachel Morison looks behind the hype at what smart grid really means

Canada advances carbon capture and storage

In a bid to make Canada a global leader in emissions reduction technology, government support for carbon capture & storage research and development is beginning to bear fruit, finds Pauline McCallion

European power: Market coupling initiatives spread

In this introduction to Energy Risk’s series on European power markets, Rachel Morison and Katie Holliday look at cross-border integration in Europe, with a focus on the latest market coupling initiatives, asking what’s needed to extend the initiative…

Natural gas: a global market?

Greater correlation between UK and US natural gas prices is reflecting a shift in global supply and demand fundamentals, which could offer significant new arbitrage opportunities for traders. Pauline McCallion finds out if such a change could be permanent

The risk of getting compliance wrong

A wave of investigations and prosecutions in recent years has driven many top energy players from the business. With regulators’ power set to increase, getting compliance right is now more important than ever. In the first of a two-part series, Michael…

Turning points: John D’Agostino

In this new Profile series, John D’Agostino, energy hedge fund manager and former Nymex vice-president, talks to Rachel Morison about the defining moments in his career so far

Consultants’ outlook: 2010 Expert views

Energy Risk convened representatives from Ernst & Young, MRE Consulting, Sapient, The Structure Group and SunGard Consulting Services to discuss a number of topics on the outlook for 2010, including new regulation, future market developments, credit and…

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