Energy Risk - Volume 7/Issue 2

Energy Risk Environmental Rankings 2009

Energy Risk carried out its second annual Environmental Rankings survey this year in which respondents voted for their preferred players in emissions & renewables markets. Katie Holliday analyses the results and talks to market participants about their…

Oil project economics

As oil companies look beyond current concerns over credit and costs, Pauline McCallion finds out how project economics are changing future plans

Oil ETF/commodities indexes

Investment in oil-based commodities indexes and ETFs has grown this year, but how will potential regulatory changes impact their development? Katie Holliday looks at what products are being offered and to what extent regulatory uncertainty is impacting…

Oil price outlook 2010

Oil prices – which have been rangebound between $65–75 per barrel for most of the second half of the year, averaging just under $61/bbl for 2009 – are forecast to average more than $15 higher next year …

Interview: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Since the Bank of America takeover in September of last year, the commodities business of Merrill Lynch has been forging ahead with plans it had in place before the interruption of the financial crisis. Rachel Morison talks to co-heads of global…

Australia – renewables policy

As government support for renewables grows globally, Andrew Petersen and Eros Artuso of PwC look at Australia’s latest initiative and compare it with other schemes worldwide

Lessons learnt in 2009

For risk managers, 2009 was about dealing with the aftermath of the financial crisis, revisiting models and putting greater emphasis on liquidity and cashflow risk. Katie Holliday talks to experts about the major lessons learnt this year

Profile: Brett Humphreys

In the last interview in the Profile series celebrating Energy Risk’s 15th anniversary, Brett Humphreys talks to Rachel Morison about how risk management has evolved

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