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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
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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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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
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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
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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
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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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DECC U-Turn Puts Renewables At Risk
The contrast between the Government's changes to the subsidy regime for the renewables market and the amount of state aid being deployed at Hinkley is striking.
UK
11 Nov 2015
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The UK Energy Bill 2015 – Update 4
DECC releases its Impact Assessment on the closure of the Renewables Obligation for onshore wind.
UK
21 Sep 2015
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Global Compliance: Supply Chain Due Diligence And Conflict Minerals
Conflict Minerals, are increasingly becoming the focus of regulation. The EU has proposed a new regulation which could potentially affect an estimated 800,000 European companies operating across multiple sectors.
Worldwide
30 Jul 2015
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How Will Declining Oil Prices Impact On The UK's Renewables Sector?
Despite the collapse in the oil price, the growth horizon for renewables looks positive.
UK
15 May 2015
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Oil Price Volatility - Risks And Opportunities In 2015 Update 7
The dramatic fall in global oil prices and its impact on the UK renewables sector should be considered in the context of existing developments in the electricity market.
UK
26 Mar 2015
12
Electricity Market Reform: The Capacity Market And Contracts For Differences
In June 2014 the UK Government released its ‘finalised policy positions for implementation of the electricity market reform’ programme, which it frames as the ‘biggest reform to the electricity sector since its privatisation’.
UK
16 Mar 2015
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The Challenge Of Energy Infrastructure: Energy Security, Decarbonisation, And Affordability
The UK energy system faces a number of challenges as existing infrastructure closes, domestic fossil fuel reserves decline, and the system increasingly requires adaptation.
UK
27 Jun 2014
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The Challenge Of Energy Infrastructure: Energy, Security, Decarbonisation, And Affordability
The UK energy system faces a number of challenges as existing infrastructure closes, domestic fossil fuel reserves decline, and the system increasingly requires adaptation.
UK
18 Jun 2014
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Full "Steam" Ahead? Government Powers On With Proposed Energy Market Reforms
The UK Government recently published a draft Energy Bill which will implement its Energy Market Reform proposals.
UK
25 Jun 2012
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EU Sanctions Adopted as Iran Presses on with Bushehr
Iran has said that it has begun loading fuel into the core of the Bushehr nuclear plant. According to the press the EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Catherine Ashton, will enter into talks with Iran, on 5 December, over its nuclear programme.
European Union
25 Nov 2010
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EU Sanctions: Iran An Overview of Sanctions Adopted by the EU Foreign Affairs Council on 26 July 2010
On 27 July 2010, the EU imposed its toughest sanctions regime yet on Iran, with ramifications for energy, insurance, transport and financial sectors.
Iran
29 Jul 2010
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