Approaches to strategic risk for energy risk managers

Pauline McCallion looks at the challenges the energy risk manager faces when dealing with strategic risk

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Today’s energy risk managers face unprecedented external change from various quarters. Regulatory, macroeconomic and geopolitical changes are all impacting on energy firms’ businesses. Derivatives regulation under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, for example, will transform hedging strategies and affect relationships with counterparties; supply and demand issues continue to put upside pressure on most energy prices; while new technologies, such as electric vehicles

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