Oil and LNG help Citi build Asia commodities business
Bank assists oil producers and airlines whiplashed by crashing prices
Smart risk management helped push Qantas back into the black in 2014
Airlines set to remain on fringes of emissions scheme until 2016
US Airways policy of not hedging jet fuel will now extend to American Airlines, says chief executive
A conservative yet flexible jet fuel hedging programme has proven successful for Etihad
Legislation that would stop US airlines from complying with the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) survived a key vote in Congress this week, casting further doubt on the EU’s efforts to bring non-EU airlines into the ETS and creating…
US Airways, which has stood out from the rest of the airline industry in recent years because of its refusal to hedge fuel costs, wants to hire someone to run a fuel hedging programme. The airline denies that it is reversing its stance on fuel hedging,…
On the scrapheap
Analysts have been stunned by reports that Delta Air Lines is considering the purchase of an idled ConocoPhillips refinery on the US east coast. The unprecedented deal would provide Delta with an in-house source of jet fuel, but the problems inherent in…
Stormy skies ahead for EUAAs amid regulatory risk
Inspiration from above
This month's special report looks at carbon trading with a particular focus on the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).
Giving carbon a lift?
Aviation fuel demand: taking off?
The commercial airline sector will have to buy 82 million tonnes of carbon allowances next year in addition to free allowances, according to an aviation consultancy
Advisory firm of the year: Thomson Reuters Point Carbon
Israel’s national airline tightens up on the way it hedges jet fuel risk and currency movements
Malaysian Airlines (MAS) reduced its jet fuel hedging capacity amid uncertain price movements
Jet fuel hedging is the most common misconception for mitigating risk, says Austrian Airline’s head risk manager
Qantas Airways’ head of risk believes the company could take more risks within its hedging programme