Editor's letter: regulation and unforeseen consequences

Stella Farrington - Editor - Energy Risk

Last month’s court ruling against the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s position limits rule once again highlighted the uncertainty around regulation that players in the energy market are having to deal with.

At two Energy Risk conferences last month, regulation was again at the top of the agenda, with companies calling for clarity above all.

Another frustrating issue around regulation is the one of regulation itself causing unforeseen consequences. A pointed example of this is what’s

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