Energy Risk - Volume6/No11

A hedge by any other name

It is one of the most commonly used phrases in risk management parlance, but what exactly is meant by the term ‘hedge’? Here we propose a new definition. By Brett Humphreys

Ripples from a big fish

What effect has the fall of Enron had on the energy sector? Energy market information specialist FAME Energy offers a brief analysis of the state of the industry

Trading software: tailored to maturity

It is critical that an energy company looking to acquire risk management and trading software be aware of its current as well as future needs. By Fred Cohen and Satyan Malhotra

Setting a new pace

‘Broken records and shattered dreams’ was the headline for last year’s exchange review – but it could easily have been appropriate for this year’s. Certain exchanges have reported stellar growth, while others are suffering, for various reasons. By Joel…

In the right direction

In this, the second of a two-part series on advanced options, we look at the concept of directional strategies and consider various methods of employing them. By Doug Coyne

Filling the energy void

The market for the trading standard energy blocks online is one of the most highly contested, but with new exchange E-lecTrade the focus switches to structured products. By Don Stowers

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