Risk & Energy Risk – 2012 Commodity Rankings – energy

Hitting the top in turbulent times

Risk and Energy Risk Commodity Rankings 2012 - Energy

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Turbulence in both the physical and financial worlds spilled over into energy markets in 2011. The Arab Spring sent the price of Brent crude soaring to more than $126 per barrel (/bbl) in April, but then Standard & Poor’s downgrade of the US credit rating, coupled with the worsening European debt crisis, pushed the benchmark down to around $101/bbl by October.

Meanwhile, a boom in unconventional oil and gas

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