Chartis: Making Sense Of Energy Risk

Energy trading risk is a diverse and wide-ranging subject. Covering a range of commodities and sectors, it can defined as part of commodities, part of swaps and derivatives trading, or as a separate branch of risk management altogether. Sub-sections of the energy market include electricity markets, coal (tightly linked to logistics), oil, gas (a networked market often linked to oil indices), renewables, recycling, retail markets, industrial wholesale markets, and logistics. Making sense of the

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