Energy Connections

Yahoo switch an example of increased fragmentation to come
5th August 2016 by

Friday 5 August will be the end of an era for energy traders that have relied on the Yahoo messenger...

Read
Brexit vote muddies the financial regulation waters for energy traders
27th June 2016 by

The Monday after the Friday before, and what the UK electorate’s decision for Brexit means is stil...

Read
An easing of the financial burden, perhaps
31st May 2016 by

Energy traders, generally, have been arguing their case for why they should not be regulated under t...

Read
Time for a dose of realism in designing financial regulation
6th April 2016 by

It is interesting to think the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) planned to start accepting f...

Read
In or out? Why those steering Europe’s single energy market might pay attention to the UK’s EU referendum debate
1st March 2016 by

Being a UK-based company, the news schedule my colleagues and I at ICIS are exposed to away from the...

Read
ACER looks to form group on energy derivatives
21st July 2015 by

EU regulators agency ACER is looking for people to form an ad-hoc expert group on energy commodity d...

Read
UK urged to extend max jail term for market abuse to 10 years
11th June 2015 by

The Bank of England has suggested that the max jail term for anyone guilty of market abuse be extend...

Read
Negotiation set to shape key energy regulation
5th June 2015 by

The next few weeks and carrying through July are likely to result in some important regulations for ...

Read
EMIR review launched
21st May 2015 by

The European Commission has launched a review of the European Markets and Infrastructure Regulation,...

Read
Proposal could shine bigger light on EU policy development
19th May 2015 by

The European Commission has said in the future it will look to make draft texts of its implemented a...

Read
Jump to page: