Energy Risk Europe: The challenge ahead

A tough economic environment, sluggish trading activity and regulatory reform all left their mark on Energy Risk Europe this year, where market participants discussed the many threats looming over the industry and how to overcome these challenges. Gillian Carr reports

Tower Bridge London - Energy Risk Europe conference

Grey skies above London’s Tower Bridge provided a sombre setting for the beginning of Energy Risk Europe on the morning of October 2, kicking off a conference dominated by fears over the future of oil prices, sluggish economic growth and regulatory reform. During the two-day conference, market participants gathered to discuss the many challenges faced by market participants, and how these might best be addressed.

The impact of economic turmoil and regulation on commodity and energy market

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