Risk managers debate at Energy Risk USA conference

Energy risk managers from across North America convened at Energy Risk’s annual US conference in May to discuss the many challenges currently facing the sector, including derivatives regulation and carbon market growth, as Pauline McCallion reports

Matthew Simmons - Simmons and Co

Regulatory reform was the most pressing topic at the 14th annual Energy Risk USA conference in Houston in May. Delegates were keen to hear the latest market insights from heavy weights such as Rice University’s Vincent Kaminski, Richard Sandor of the Chicago Climate Exchange, and Edward Morse, head of global commodities research at Credit Suisse.

The financial crisis may be over, but the political focus is well and truly on regulatory reform of the derivatives sector, giving both delegates and

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