Power generation
California warning
4 October 2004
Political problems in South America
4 October 2004
International boundary disputes can have a massive impact upon all forms of cross-border energy sector projects.
Blackouts and...
4 October 2004
Could this be a wake-up call for the industry?
Australian MRET: hitting a soft target
4 October 2004
The Australian MRET scheme has delivered on its promises if not its potential.
Emissions trading
4 October 2004
How is it possible to use emissions trading compliance to achieve competitive advantage?
New commission; same old energy?
4 October 2004
How is the EU open market working? Some would say not all that well.
Taking energy trading to its limits
4 October 2004
Setting appropriate credit limits should be a key goal for risk managers in energy trading. To this end, a uniform approach to credit assessment is required.
Bear bows to Kyoto
4 October 2004
The Russian Federation looks set to sign-up to the Kyoto Protocol, but the move will be felt much further afield. What are the implications for the European power sector?
Centrica: no U-turn?
4 October 2004
Centrica has been lambasted in the media for changing tack, selling its none core assets and concentrating on home services. It plans to do the same in the US
Communism and commerce
4 October 2004
Vietnam’s warming relations with the West has opened the doors to investment in this rapidly growing Asian economy.
Liberalisation triggers Tanzanian investment
4 October 2004
Generating capacity in the East African countries of Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda has long been restrained by a lack of investment.
Unions and Power
4 October 2004
Could the trades unions be indirectly calling the shots on energy policy?
Managing regulatory reviews
4 October 2004
Power Economics looks at the challenges faced by distribution network businesses
Hurricanes and lawsuits
4 October 2004
And finally
4 October 2004