US energy companies to reveal derivatives exposure

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc) last month approved a new rule requiring energy companies to make annual filings of their derivatives exposure.

Under the new rule, public utilities, natural gas companies and oil pipelines are required to report changes in the current value of their derivatives positions – not the value when they were acquired, as had previously been the case.

“The more comprehensive reporting requirements will enhance the transparency of financial information

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