Energy Risk - Volume 7/Issue 1

Canada's oil sands growth seen steady

It’s been a rollercoaster 18 months for Canada’s oil sands – higher oil prices are now supporting the complex, but credit remains constrained. Pauline McCallion talks to experts about their outlook for the industry

Poland's power market potential

Liquidity on Poland’s power market has boomed in the past year and the government hopes to boost volumes further by forcing integrated generators to trade on-exchange. However, its plans have met a mixed response, finds Roderick Bruce

Interview with První Energetická's Milan Velner

The Czech Republic’s power market has shown encouraging liquidity growth, but major challenges still remain. Roderick Bruce speaks with Milan Velner, head of trading at První Energetická, the country’s largest independent electricity trading house, about…

The Philippines power market

Power prices in the Philippines are some of the most expensive in Asia. It is hoped government plans to open the electricity distribution market will improve competition and reduce tariffs, writes David Hayes

Energy Risk Asia 2009 conference

The second Energy Risk Asia conference provided trading professionals a platform for networking and discussing the latest industry trends in the region. Pauline McCallion reports

Energy Risk Asia Awards Ceremony 2009

The ceremony for Energy Risk’s Asia Awards 2009 was held in Singapore in September. Full coverage of the winners was featured in the October issue of Energy Risk

Electric utilities urge prudent reform

Increased transparency in the OTC derivatives markets is a goal supported by the US power industry, but it’s imperative that increased regulation doesn’t push up the cost of hedging and cause higher or more volatile electricity prices, writes Richard…

Risk Management After Lehman

Can the constants used by quants and risk managers be trusted in the post-Lehman environment? Chris Schlegel of Southern Company looks at some of the pitfalls risk managers need to look out for when using constants and assesses why they are both vitally…

Profile: Citi's Stuart Staley

As part of our 15th anniversary profile series, Stuart Staley, deputy co-head, global commodities at Citi, looks back on the development of US energy markets. By Roderick Bruce

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