Converging financial and corporate scenarios would provide better data for stress-testing
How are investors enabling the move to the low-carbon economy?
Increased climate policy will put more oil and gas assets under threat of stranding
Peak oil demand is seen as inevitable, but disagreement abounds on timing
Producers sceptical that better infrastructure will allow US exports to relieve crude pressures
Reliable measures still some way off, banks admit
Impact of US shale, speculation and bank commodity exits high on the agenda
Other commodities moves at BTG Pactual, Koch S&T, Mercuria & Trafigura
Trading positions: October 2012
Turning points: Gunvor’s David Fyfe
Gunvor has hired former International Energy Agency analyst David Fyfe as head of market research and analysis
JP Morgan’s recent $2 billion trading loss could toughen a trio of Dodd-Frank Act rules, potentially hurting energy markets, the International Energy Agency says
Carbon brokers estimate that €60 per European Allowance (EUA) will be needed in the third phase of the Kyoto protocol if the 80% emissions reduction target is to be met by 2050.
Mideast and Libya crisis fuels oil options “frenzy”
CME Group chief executive slams proposed position limit regulations as “unnecessary”
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that supply and demand fundamentals are to blame for oil price strength, not speculative derivatives products
Repercussions from the BP oil spill force the International Energy Agency (IEA) to slash supply forecasts.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that non-Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries’ energy demand negates the volatile effects following BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill
As China’s appetite for energy grows, analysts say the country’s lack of carbon emissions protocols or ability to use cleaner fuel will result in higher carbon emissions hedging costs for European companies
Ecuador’s latest reforms for the hydrocarbons industry could stunt investment in the country and lower production levels. Alex Davis investigates
China’s state-owned energy giant Sinopec reveals natural gas production soars by 40%, as proven reserves ebb lower, suggesting heightened imports are on the horizon
The International Energy Agency (IEA) expresses major concerns over future oil supply, as new regulations threaten to tighten deepwater drilling, following BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Turkey turns on the power