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.
Study highlights dwindling role of weather in market
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
Expectations grow that a long-awaited Asian gas derivatives market is emerging
Shale’s ability to step up production rapidly is being relied upon to shore-up under-supply
Energy Risk Awards 2018: Reliability is key to BP’s ability to deliver across global gas markets, even in difficult conditions
Hedging instruments fair values rise while oil prices surge
Regional market correlations in flux amid structural change
Long periods of losses make strategy impractical, says energy consultant
This paper introduces a three-factor model that jointly describes both natural gas forward prices and temperature forecast dynamics.
A lack of willing price reporters is eroding confidence in key benchmarks
US energy market watchdog is “serious” about its surveillance role
Verification and model challenges arise as volatility and margins dry up
Credit exposure can be hazardous. Misinterpreting the risks posed can be ruinous
Energy Risk Awards 2017: Gas expansion places EGM at market's forefront
Energy Risk Awards 2017: PwC's world-class capabilities felt across commodities
Energy Risk USA: surveillance chief says HFT is yet to take hold in the power and gas markets
Krzysztof Wolyniec presents a volumetric risk management model for energy markets
Novera Khan: as energy markets change, risk management should be at the heart of business strategy
Hedging revenue set to plummet in 2017
Cyclical lull conceals structural shift as liquidity becomes shorter-dated and more flighty
BP restructures long-dated hedge for commercial player