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The rise Of LNG Derivatives
Traditionally, LNG has been traded under long-term contracts under which pricing was almost always linked to the price of crude oil.
UK
9 Aug 2019
2
Beginners Guide To UK Customs Duties
The UK's departure from the EU could mean that an entirely new set of rules may apply to imports and exports. The Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Act 2018 gives the Government the ability to establish a stand-alone UK customs regime.
UK
21 Nov 2018
3
Brexit: Maintaining Supply Chain Resilience
Countdown to Brexit: Where next and how can businesses prepare?
UK
2 Nov 2018
4
Review Of Capacity Market And Emissions Performance Standard
How well have the Capacity Market (CM) and Emissions Performance Standard been working and are there any opportunities for improvement?
UK
17 Sep 2018
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US Imposes New Sanctions On Russia
On 6 April 2018 the US Offi ce of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) added 24 Russian individuals and 14 companies to its list of specially designated nationals (SDNs).
United States
15 May 2018
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Deadline For Notifying Exemption From MiFID II Approaches
In July the FCA opened its MiFID II ancillary exemption notification portal.
UK
16 Nov 2017
7
North Korea: A Sanctions Overview
As President Trump embarked on a 13 day tour of Asia he pronounced that "the era of strategic patience [with North Korea] is over" and "all options are on the table".
UK
14 Nov 2017
8
The Rise Of New Energy Products
Historically energy trading was focused on a few key products – oil, petroleum products, gas and power.
UK
20 Apr 2017
9
Important OFAC Iran FAQ Update Provides Clarity On US Dollar Processing And Due Diligence
On 7 October 2016 OFAC issued an update to its "Frequently Asked Questions Relating to the Lifting of Certain U.S. Sanctions Under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Implementation Day".
Worldwide
17 Oct 2016
10
International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short V5
Welcome to the fifth edition of In-Short. In this issue we look at what Singapore offers global trading organisations.
Worldwide
14 Sep 2016
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Tanzanian Mercantile Exchange: A New Dawn For Commodity Trading In Africa?
Following the passing of the Commodities Exchanges Act 2015, the Tanzanian Mercantile Exchange (the TMX) will begin operating in Dar es Salaam this September.
Tanzania
14 Sep 2016
12
How Will The New Market Abuse Regulation Impact The Commodity Markets?
The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), which came into force on 3 July, significantly widens the regulatory reach of national and EU authorities in relation to the commodities markets.
European Union
14 Sep 2016
13
Tackling Modern Slavery: Are You ready?
A 'soft' September deadline is now looming for those organisations with a financial year end of 31 March 2016 and who are caught by the supply chain transparency disclosure obligations under the MSA.
UK
5 Sep 2016
14
The Impact Of Position Limits On Commodity Trading
With the introduction of MiFID II delayed to January 2018, we discuss the market's concerns over the position limits regime.
UK
28 Apr 2016
15
International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short v3
2016 has had a tumultuous beginning for the commodities market. The lifting of sanctions on Iran is potentially one of the biggest trading opportunities seen for some time. While the sustained low commodity prices alongside oversupply and economic uncertainty in major economies such as China, has set a very challenging market environment.
Worldwide
22 Apr 2016
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The Rollback Of Iranian Sanctions: What Does This Mean For The International Oil And Gas Sector?
Iran is one of the most significant producers of crude oil and natural gas in the world.
Iran
28 Jan 2016
17
"Implementation Day" Declared As EU And US Sanctions Against Iran Are Eased
Over 400 entities that have previously been designated for asset freezes by the EU have also been delisted.
Worldwide
19 Jan 2016
18
Does The Paris Agreement Give The Green Light To UK Renewables?
On 12 December 2015, after complex and lengthy negotiations, 195 countries adopted the Paris Agreement under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
UK
31 Dec 2015
19
Russia's Sanctions Against Turkey
In response to Turkey downing a Russian military jet near the Syrian border in November, the Kremlin has imposed a suite of unilateral sanctions against Turkey.
UK
15 Dec 2015
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Will New Gas-Fired Plants Bring Security Of Supply?
In a speech delivered on 18 November 2015 and a subsequent written statement, Amber Rudd has set out the government's vision for the future of energy supply in the UK.
UK
4 Dec 2015
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