Energy Risk Awards 2020: Onyx moves from start-up to top liquidity provider and launches hedging advisory in just four years
Energy Risk Awards 2020: Proprietary tools and incisive hedging advice supports clients through tough market conditions
Energy Risk Awards 2020: Proprietary analytics give unique insight into energy and commodities markets at a turbulent time
Financials weathered the first phase of the lockdowns, but most other sectors were hit hard
Counterparty departure forces closure of eight oil trackers with $580 million of assets
Firms are choosing to cut ‘outlier’ prices from data or to rely more on fundamental inputs
Key wins for BP, Engie and Uniper while Macquarie takes the derivatives house of the year award
Mishmash of regulations still govern China’s financial industry
What part did Bank of China and other investors play in last month’s oil rout, asks derivatives veteran
Funds long 325 million barrels on April 21
Bourse draws criticism over timing of options model change; delay in sending key margin file
Oil price collapse raises fresh questions about regulator’s justification for offering relief
Lucrative hedge portfolios offer promise of cash but unlocking residual value won’t be simple
The winners of Energy Risk’s Commodity Rankings overcame some tumultuous times in 2019, learning lessons that are certainly required in today’s volatile environment
FCMs call for permanently higher margins following “unprecedented” number of breaches
Sanctions increase risk for energy firms as regulators step up enforcement, writes maritime data expert
Brent crude contract traded volumes hit 3.4 million on March 9
Banks and exchanges worked through weekend in anticipation of oil collapse
Tools to manage LNG freight risk were developed last year, but how is the market responding?
In just four years, market-maker has become the largest provider of liquidity in energy derivatives
Increased climate policy will put more oil and gas assets under threat of stranding
This study focuses on the analysis of long-run and short-run relationships between Brent crude oil spot and futures prices during the first Gulf War (1990–91) and the global financial crisis.
This paper analyzes the relationship between debt and the production decisions of companies active in the exploration and production of oil and gas in the United States.
IMO 2020, volatility and shareholder activism will be major challenges next year, says Earl Burns