Assessing LNG market risk

Managing the risks of liquefied natural gas markets means being aware of market, credit, foreign exchange and systemic risk, writes Stephen Maloney. When correlations converge and with systemic risk ascending, agility might be the best strategy

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Operating in the natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets has become increasingly difficult in recent years. The EU credit crisis and the continuing aftermath of Japan’s ‘3-11’ nuclear disaster have significantly increased the challenges faced by already over-supplied natural gas and LNG markets. Weakening economic output in many countries is further confounded by frequent bouts of volatility in liquidity, credit, foreign exchange and systemic risk.

To best manage these challenges, it

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