Exclusive video interview: Lynda Clemmons

The former Enron derivatives pioneer believes forcing trades on exchanges will benefit niche players and smaller companies

Weather derivatives and financial products used to hedge climate-related risk, such as energy consumption, will benefit from proposed changes in derivatives trading legislation, according to Lynda Clemmons, the former Enron weather derivatives pioneer, speaking to Lianna Brinded at the Energy Risk USA conference in Houston.

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Energy Risk will be publishing a report on regulation in the July issue of the magazine and online at www.risk.net and www

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