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  • Natural Gas Price Volatility in the UK and North America

    By: Sofya Alterman

    Lacking a commonly held definition, volatility is an often over-generalised term with different meanings to different constituencies.  This does not detract from the importance of the subject.  To traders volatility is a source of revenue, to energy intensive industrial end-users it is often perceived as a threat.  Midstream utilities actively work to risk-manage volatility in […]

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