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Energy Hedging in Asia: Market Structure and Trading Opportunities

  • Authors
  • Peter C. Fusaro
  • Tom James

Part of the Finance and Capital Markets book series (FCMS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 1-4
  3. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 5-40
  4. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 41-54
  5. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 55-59
  6. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 60-73
  7. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 74-88
  8. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 89-98
  9. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 99-110
  10. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 111-135
  11. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 136-156
  12. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 157-194
  13. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 195-206
  14. Peter C. Fusaro, Tom James
    Pages 217-220
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 221-382

About this book

Introduction

This book focuses on the latest developments in the Asia-Pacific community in terms of how deregulation and privatization are bringing more risk to energy companies. In the light of these market changes, interest in energy risk management has grown substantially and is becoming a fiduciary responsibility of energy companies. As energy trading, power exchanges and hedging techniques establish themselves in the oil, power and gas sectors, so then do newer derivatives markets emerge in LNG hedging, weather derivatives and freight hedging. Fusaro and James, as seasoned market practitioners in the region, focus on these market changes and examine the future of Asian energy hedging.

Keywords

accounting Asia Asia-Pacific deregulation derivatives development energy interest management market structure Options privatization regulation trading trends

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