Energy Risk - Volume6/No10

On a slow road

Many in the energy industry are touting Italy as the next country in Europe to fully open its energy market to competition. But on closer examination, the country has a long way to go if it is to emulate the UK, the Nordic region and Germany. By Robin…

Advancing the option idea

Continuing our series of tutorials on risk management tools, here, in the first of a two-part article, we look at the workings of advanced option strategies. By Doug Coyne

LNG comes in from the cold

Will the current rise in activity in the liquefied natural gas industry result in the product being traded in the same way as other commodities? By Eurof Thomas

An uncertain future

Questions over regulatory requirements in the US were making energy firms cautious about their expansion plans, even before Enron’s collapse complicated the picture. By Kevin Foster

Where now for Nordic?

The Nordic electricity sector is usually held up as the best working market in the world. We investigate why it is so successful and what it plans to do now that other countries in Europe are opening up their power sectors. By Joel Hanley

Poor relations

Here EPRM outlines an approach for sorting out common problems relating to calculating correlation measures in value-at-risk. By Brett Humphreys

Deutsches data duel

Statistical analysis of competing meteorological data from two different sources in Germany might lead to disparate views of weather risk management. By Bob Dischel

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