Energy Risk Asia awards, 2018: Vietnamese deal puts Tata International Singapore on the map
This paper looks at the conditions under which a reasonable green policy by a US state encourages the early replacement of existing coal plants with new natural gas plants.
The new US power plan won't save a struggling industry, but that doesn't mean it won't make a difference for the worse
Higher emissions but little impact on price or demand for CPP replacement
Are Trump's efforts to support US coal levelling the playing field for fuel sources, or flogging a dead horse?
Carbon trading outweighed by building and fuel cost, research finds
Shale’s ability to step up production rapidly is being relied upon to shore-up under-supply
Energy Risk Awards 2018: Bulk commodity trader helps US coal producers find new routes to growing markets in 2018
Tougher closure criteria would distort power prices and harm functioning of the market, say traders
Energy Risk Awards 2017: Javelin forges path as coal market 'change agent'
Energy Risk Awards 2017: PwC's world-class capabilities felt across commodities
Producers' turn to derivatives may be a last throw of the dice
Coal producers shorting volatility to collect premium, say traders
Increased activity by funds fuels take-off in listed and OTC volumes, traders say
Javelin Global Commodities CEO sees opportunities amid bank retreat from physical markets
New merchant firm aims to fill void left by banks’ exit from coal trading
French bank steps up presence in reserve-based lending in Asia
Outgoing president and CEO discusses challenges posed by renewables in Texas
Revised ancillary business exemption would still catch large and mid-sized utilities
Mysterious critic calls trader's long-dated contract valuations into question
Capacity crunch looms due to uncertainty and congestion, warns Genscape’s Dale
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Trading houses and hedge funds said to be taking bigger positions
OTC derivatives volumes rise amid optimism about natural gas