Energy Risk - Volume3/No7
Brian O'Cathain, CEO of oil exploration company Afren, talks with Eithne Treanor about the risks and rewards facing small oil companies in Africa.
The Energy Risk Awards 2006: we honour the talent, innovation and enthusiasm that sit at the heart of the energy risk management industry.
For the second tier of banks wishing to buy physical energy assets, the next two years will be critical. Antony Kakoudakis and Aarzoo Shah consider this trend and examine some of the hurdles newer entrants face
The rise of electronic energy markets may prompt energy companies to seek a simple clearing solution through one primary bank, rather than build relations with several clearers, writes Ron Villarin
Illiquidity is sadly a typical feature of many energy derivative markets. In this paper Stefano Fiorenzani proposes the application of a methodology, originally developed for equity markets, to overcome this problem
Of the many changes companies have had to introduce as a result of Sarbanes-Oxley legislation, the most useful one is arguably the integration of supply chain management with financial risk management, writes Raees Lakhani
The international biotrade market is expanding due to surging demand for wood pellets from power generators, but supply problems could lie ahead, writes Catherine Lacoursiere
It's that time of year again - the Energy Risk awards! As well as honouring the deserving winners, our awards write-ups offer a selection of case studies which chart the latest developments, innovative thinking and strategies in this dynamic sector.